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From the NY Times Article found HERE! Photograph by Dwight Eschliman for The New York Times The Douglas Family Stockpile Staples in 6-gallon buckets include: rice, beans, nuts, sugar, salt, matches, wheat, flour Freeze-dried meals  Assorted canned foods: cheese, butter and meat  Water-bath canner  Vacuum seale Pressure canner  Pots Canned meat: red is pork, green

Oct 13, 2015

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by: Administrator

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Categories: DIY Crop, Food Storage, How-To

Fall is the time to plant your garlic. You can start as early as mid September and as late as end of Oct. Garlic is very easy to grow and store. Although planting garlic is fairly easy there are some steps you need to be aware of. Garlic likes well drained soil Garlic likes loose

  I have always been interested in learning the art of curing. I am also all about getting right to the point. This following article was extremely helpful. It had all the needed info and none of the fluff. Hope you enjoy: http://www.countryfarm-lifestyles.com/curing-ham.html

“One of the most amazing bee pollen facts is that it takes one bee working eight hours a day, one month to gather just one teaspoon of bee pollen granules.”   Bee pollen actually makes an excellent multivitamin and is considered a super food by some. Great article explaining it all can be found here:

I have always wanted to make my own butter. I even scored an antique butter churn from a local antique store for $10. I just never had the heart to use it. Then I found this great article using Lehmans butter churn. Find the great article here: http://adventures-in-country-living.blogspot.com/2012/04/churning-butter-with-lehmans-best.html        

  I have looked all over the internet and found thousands of orange peel cleaner recipes. This article is one that I consider one of the best! Enjoy a fresher smelling house with these great recipes: http://fresh-eggs-daily.blogspot.com/2012/06/homemade-orange-peel-white-vinegar-coop.html

I recently purchased a Berkey Water filteration system from Jeff, The Berkey Guy, at a recent Self Reliance Expo. I was so excited to get home with my newest purchase. I purchased the Imperial, which is a beautiful stainless steel container, holding four Berkey filters and ability to hold 4.5 gallons of water. Upon arriving

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