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DIY Grain Thresher – How To Thresh Grains At Home

DIY Grain Thresher – How To Thresh Grains At Home Make sure you like Living green and frugally on Facebook  to be updated every time we find a tutorial for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient on a budget. An important first step for the small-scale grower is choosing grain varieties that can be threshed …

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How To Can Butter At Home

How To Can Butter At Home I came across a great articles the other day. Have you ever heard of canning butter? I have never even thought about it, but what a great idea! Of course the big FDA doesn’t approve of these methods, so use at your own risk. Canning butter at home is something …

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Make Your Own Ready To Bake Cookies At Home

Make Your Own Ready To Bake Cookies At Home If you have been shopping for cookies before you have probably heard of pillsbury cookies these are just ready to bake. These cookies normally come frozen or chilled that simply need to be baked. This is a quick way to have a tasty snack.There are any number …

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Smoking Meat – Get Professional Results At Home

Smoking Meat – Get Professional Results At Home If you have been looking into smoking meat at home then this is a great article to get you started. Smoking foods as a means of cooking and flavoring is nothing new people have been smoking there on meats for thousands of years and this was always …

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How To Waterproof Your Fabric At Home

How To Waterproof Your Fabric At Home Make sure you like Living green and frugally on Facebook  to be updated every time we find a tutorial for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient on a budget. The secret is waterproof and fireproof “tin cloth,” invented in some year by some guy — probably an American …

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How To Grow Strawberries In A Basket

How To Grow Strawberries In A Basket Strawberries can be grown in a wide range of soils, from light sand to heavy clay. However, water logging will cause the fruits to become diseased and the plant to rot. The ideal soil is well-drained and rich in humus. They prefer to be planted in full sun …

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