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Leftover Mashed Potatoes? Make Potato Bread

Leftover Mashed Potatoes? Make Potato Bread Potato bread can be made using fresh mashed potatoes, or powdered/dehydrated potatoes. Making potato bread is a great way of using up left over potatoes. We are often left with a small bowl of left over mash potato, which often sits in the refrigerator for a few days before getting wasted… …

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DIY Backyard Composting Solutions

DIY Backyard Composting Solutions Composting is a simple way to add nutrient-rich humus which fuels plant growth and restores vitality to depleted soil. It’s also free, easy to make and good for the environment. There are lots of good reasons to compost. Save money, save resources, improve your soil and reduce your impact on the environment. Regardless …

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Plastic Bottle Greenhouse Build Guide

Plastic Bottle Greenhouse Build Guide I saw this green house idea and thought you all would love it. You can use a lot of recycled parts during the build, so even better to try this out. Here’s a great practical project for the whole family, turn used plastic bottles into a greenhouse, and then enjoy the chance to …

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45 Ideas Of How To Recycle Plastic Bottles

45 Ideas Of How To Recycle Plastic Bottles DIY recycling projects are always cool, especially when you can turn your trash into something new and useful Are you a fan of sustainable design?  Then, you’ll love these ideas about ways to creatively recycle plastic bottles! From bird-feeders to igloos, or decorative lamps to outdoor canopies, …

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20 Brilliant Ways To Reuse And Recycle Old Tires

20 Brilliant Ways To Reuse And Recycle Old Tires Tires are everywhere and you can easily get them for free from your local garage, used ones that is. Tires are a huge headache when it comes to waste management and recycling, but there are clever DIY ways that each of us can reuse and recycle them …

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3 DIY Wines You Can Make At Home

3 DIY Wines You Can Make At Home Until the early 20th century, most wine drinkers produced their own wines at home out of necessity; the average bottle of commercial wine could cost up to a month’s wages for a farmer or factory hand. As can be imagined, the quality of these homemade wines was …

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