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How To Make A Food Storage Shelf

“When harvest time comes, you need somewhere to dry all of your produce and store it for the winter. If taken care of properly, you could be enjoying garden fresh carrots and potatoes all winter long! Please read through the entire plan and all comments before beginning this project.  It is also advisable to review […]

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How To Make Depression Era Homemade Bread

Have you seen Clara of Depression Coooking with Clara on the news lately? She is 93 years old and has her own blog and several videos on youtube. With the downturn of the economy, people are very interested in being frugal. Clara shares recipes and stories from her own life during the Great Depression. I […]

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How To Make Homemade Yogurt

“Why should you bother making yogurt at home? Well, homemade yogurt is ridiculously good, ridiculously cheap, and not very complicated to make. Basically, you… heat up milk cool it down add a cup of prepared yogurt pour it into jars let the jars sit in a cooler with warm water for several hours. It’s not […]

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Dehydrating Eggs For Long Term Storage

“A few years ago I started dehydrating my extra eggs over the spring, summer, and fall. The main reason I did this was because from about November until March our chickens don’t lay eggs up here in the cold north, with our short winter days. We didn’t like having to eat store-bought eggs during the months our […]

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How To Make Mead (Honey Wine)

“Mead is super easy to make. And turns out GREAT!! (most of the time) Depending on your Recipe. It can take as little as a month, years, or even up to a lifetime for it to ferment. The recipe I will post first is great for first starting out. It only takes a month or […]

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Canning Apple Pie Filling

“This is one of my favorite things in the world to can! Who doesn’t like apple pie right? This recipe is great for apple pie but we also use it as a warm ice cream topper as well. You always hear of people canning peaches, and meats, jams or jellies, but I never heard of […]

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How To Make Cream Cheese

“Cheese can be stored in various forms, such as freeze-dried cheese (very good!) and cheese powder (okay for certain recipes), but learning how to make fresh, homemade cheese is entirely possible. I wrote about Teddi Johnson in my book. She’s a mom from West Virginia who has taught herself how to make all sorts of […]

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Harvesting Honey From A Single Comb Using Two Jars

“One of the benefits of harvesting single combs at different times throughout the season is that you get to sample honey from multiple flora sources because the bees are collecting from different nectar flows at different times during the season. I have been amazed at the wide variety of honey flavors, even between honey comb […]

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Turn A Dead Chest Freezer Into A Miniature Root Cellar

We had a bumper crop of potatoes last year.  After freezing them (as fries, casseroles, etc), canning some, and giving over 200 lbs away, we needed a reliable way to store the rest. The goal was to have enough potatoes stored to take us through to the next harvest…and possibly never to have to buy potatoes again. […]

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How To Make Root Beer

“I’ve been making my own sodas for a while now. I started off cheating, which, by the way, I hear is all the rage right now. It seems like a lot of people are buying those SodaStreams and mixing the soda water they make with different flavorings. I have nothing against that, in fact, I’m […]

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