Category Archive: Homesteading

How To Save Heirloom Seeds For Next Spring

How To Save Heirloom Seeds For Next Spring Saving seeds from your best tomatoes, peppers, squash, cucumbers, and melons.If left to themselves, these fleshy fruits would naturally fall to the earth, where some of their seeds would sprout when spring arrives again. Saving seeds from these plants mimics nature’s way and it’s not at all …

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10 Tiny Homes You Can Actually Buy

10 Tiny Homes You Can Actually Buy Folks who live in these small houses prefer to keep fewer belongings and cite a myriad of different benefits, chief among them the low cost of owning and maintaining a tiny house. Are you really going to build a tiny home? For most of us the answer is probably …

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Farmer’s Cheese – Easiest Homemade Cheese Recipe

Farmer’s Cheese – Easiest Homemade Cheese Recipe Farmer cheese, sometimes called farmer’s cheese, is a type of simple, soft white cheese traditionally made on farms in Europe and the Middle East. Most of the varieties available in Western markets are made from the milk of goats or cows, but sheep, yak, and most any other …

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How To Make a STORM GLASS To Predict The Weather

How To Make a STORM GLASS To Predict The Weather What the glass can predict: Clear liquid : Bright weather. Crystals at bottom : Thick air, frost in winter. Dim liquid with small stars : Thunderstorms. Large flakes : Heavy air, overcast sky, snow in winter. Threads in upper portion of liquid : Windy weather. …

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36 Fool-Proof Dehydrator Recipes

36 Fool-Proof Dehydrator Recipes When i first heard about dehydrating food i was not sure how much I would use a dehydrator, so I first borrowed one from a friend of mine. Well it turns out I had that thing running day in and day out, so I quickly purchased my own. I recently purchased the …

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Make your own No-Waste Feeder

Make your own No-Waste Feeder If you own chickens, ducks, fowl or geese, even turkeys, you know they are very wasteful creatures, they scratch, poop and mess their food bowls up all day everyday. If you are on a budget that could be costing you a small fortune in feed, I found an awesome tutorial …

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