Category Archive: Tips And Advice

The Wind powered Composter Project

The Wind powered Composter Project Compost is organic matter that has been decomposed and recycled as a fertilizer and soil amendment. Compost is a key ingredient in organic farming. At the simplest level, the process of composting simply requires making a heap of wetted organic matter (leaves, “green” food waste) and waiting for the materials …

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15+ Things You Should NOT Refrigerate

15+ Things You Should NOT Refrigerate When you bring home your groceries your first instinct is always to get the perishable items to the fridge as quickly as you can. However, despite popular belief, there are some food times that you should never store in the refrigerator. Refrigeration our food for storage and preparation is …

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How To Make Banana Jam

Banana Jam

How To Make Banana Jam If you have never tried making home-made jam, this is the recipe you should try. Home made jam is so quick and simple.  It will last in your freezer for one year.  It has a bright fresh flavor that is fabulous slathered over buttered toast. Think of the fruit that …

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Fire Pit With No Smoke Odor or Ashes Using Fire Glass

Fire Pit With No Smoke Odor or Ashes Using Fire Glass Fire glass is tempered glass manufactured in pebble-sized fragments used as a medium to retain and direct heat, usually in gas fireplaces and fire pits. Fire glass does not burn, but retains heat and refracts light as a result of burning gas. Fire glass (like artificial logs and stones) is …

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How To Grow An Avocado Tree

How To Grow An Avocado Tree Remember to like Living green and frugally on Facebook  to be updated every time we find a tutorial for ways you can become self-sufficient on a budget. Are you an avocado fanatic?Do you obsess over guacamole? Well maybe it’s time to plant your own avocado tree! Avocado trees are fairly …

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Ways to Preserve Your Fruit and Vegetable Harvest

6 Ways to Preserve Your Fruit and Vegetable Harvest It’s ok to admit it: canning is not always all it’s cracked up to be. It means a hot kitchen on what will probably be a hot day. It means clamps and jars and tongs and really big pressurizers. It means spending a whole day feeling …

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