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How to Use Wood Pallets to Create a Floor

How to Use Wood Pallets to Create a Floor I have lost count of the amount of DIY posts we have done about using wooden pallets for various projects but for all the DIY pallet posts we have done it has honestly never occurred to me to use pallets for a real wood flooring… Creating a …

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15+ Ways To Use Tension Rods In Your Home That You Never Thought Of

15+ Ways To Use Tension Rods In Your Home That You Never Thought Of The tension rod is often overlooked in it’s capabilities. While a lot of us use it for the obvious of hanging a curtain, there are so many other things that you can do with one. This post shows 15+ ideas of …

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How To Dehydrate Cheese And How To Use It

How To Dehydrate Cheese And How To Use It This simple tutorial of How To Dehydrate Cheese In Your Dehydrator is a way to create a dry cheese powder for long term food storage Dehydrated cheese is a nutritious pantry item that stores long-term. As long as the dehydrated cheese is kept dry, it will stay …

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How To Harvest and Use Dandelion Roots

How To Harvest and Use Dandelion Roots All parts of the dandelion are edible and have medicinal and culinary uses. It has long been used as a liver tonic and diuretic. In addition, the roots contain inulin and levulin, starchlike substances that may help balance blood sugar, as well as bitter taraxacin, which stimulates digestion.Dandelion …

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The Best Organic Fertilizers for a Vegetable Garden

The Best Organic Fertilizers for a Vegetable Garden For organic gardeners, creating a living soil, rich in humus and nutrients, is the key to growing great fruits and vegetables, abundant flowers, and long-lived ornamental trees and shrubs. The overall fertility and viability of the soil, rather than the application of fertilizers as quick fixes, is at …

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18 Creative Ways To Use Cattle Pen Panels

18 Creative Ways To Use Cattle Pen Panels Livestock panels are a heavy gauge galvanized welded wire fencing material.  They are also commonly called “cattle”,”hog”, or “sheep” panels.  They are almost a must have on any new farm or homestead.  They make the acquisition of livestock a much easier process and are an affordable option …

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