Category Archive: Homesteading

How To Build A DIY Water Treatment Train

How To Build A DIY Water Treatment Train Make sure to like Living Green and Frugally on Facebook, Shop at amazon to help support my site and explore our PINTEREST BOARDS  for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient. If you collect rain water to use in a garden or around your homestead and are looking for a way …

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20 Crops That Keep and How to Store Them

20 Crops That Keep and How to Store Them Make sure to like Living Green and Frugally on Facebook, Shop at amazon to help support my site and explore our PINTEREST BOARDS  for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient. If you are getting into food storage and you’re at the point now where you want to put some …

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60 Amazing Tips for Food and the Kitchen Your Mother May Have Forgotten to Tell You

60 Amazing Tips for Food and the Kitchen Your Mother May Have Forgotten to Tell You Make sure to like Living Green and Frugally on Facebook, Shop at amazon to help support my site and explore our PINTEREST BOARDS  for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient. We have all heard the saying ‘Mothers know best’, well we …

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How To Can Butter At Home

How To Can Butter At Home Make sure to like Living Green and Frugally on Facebook, Shop at amazon to help support my site and explore our PINTEREST BOARDS  for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient. I came across a great articles the other day. Have you ever heard of canning butter? I have never even thought …

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Turn Your Car Into a Camper

How To Turn Your Car Into a Camper Make sure to like Living Green and Frugally on Facebook, Shop at Amazon to help support my site and explore our PINTEREST BOARDS  for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient. Living in a car isn’t something that anyone would recommend. However, when you go camping or maybe get laid …

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How to Make Acorn Flour

How to Make Acorn Flour Make sure to like Living Green and Frugally on Facebook, Shop at Amazon to help support my site and explore our PINTEREST BOARDS  for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient. Oak trees tend to produce acorns in waves–for a few years, there might not be many, and then one year, they’re …

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