Homesteading

15 Clever and Surprising Uses for Garlic

15 Clever and Surprising Uses for Garlic

15 Clever and Surprising Uses for Garlic When you think of garlic, you probably picture dicing and sautéing the aromatic cloves. Maybe the aroma comes back to you and makes your stomach rumble. Or perhaps you imagine wearing a garlic necklace to repel vampires. Lucky for you, your necklace will …

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Homemade Super-Concentrated Laundry Detergent

homemade Super-Concentrated Laundry Detergent

How to Make Super-Concentrated Laundry Detergent at Home Have you seen the cost of laundry detergent at the store? It can cost a small fortune for a SMALL jug that gets you 24 loads. If you have kids, 24 loads won’t last at all. Making concentrated laundry detergent at home …

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Creative Ways To Rejuvenate Old Jeans

20 Insanely Creative Ways To Rejuvenate Old Jeans

20 Insanely Creative Ways To Rejuvenate Old Jeans How much do you spend on a pair of blue jeans?  You can spend anything from 10 up to well sky is the limit. I spend around $30-$40.  Jeans do last a long time if you look after them but they will be …

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12 Ways You Can Make Money at Home

12 Ways You Can Make Money at Home

12 Ways You Can Make Money at Home Needing extra money is a plight people face all the time. Working from home is a popular choice nowadays, whether you just want a side hustle for extra spending money or want to fully work from home. Making money at home isn’t …

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25 Ways Duct Tape Can Help You in a Survival Situation

25 Ways Duct Tape Can Help You in a Survival Situation

25 Ways Duct Tape Can Help You in a Survival Situation Originally used during World War 2 to waterproof ammunition boxes, duct tape has truly become one of the most versatile materials in the world. I’ve seen duct tape used for just about everything from sealing duct work to making …

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Traditional Cherokee Medicinal Plants

Traditional Cherokee Medicinal Plants

Traditional Cherokee Medicinal Plants The Cherokee, a Native American Tribe located in the Southeastern United States, have a strong history of understanding, gathering, and preserving medicinal herbs. Part of their understanding of these plants includes the plants’ inherent power to offer both preventative and healing properties. One of the tenets …

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6 Ways to Kill Mold Naturally

6 Ways to Kill Mold Naturally

6 Ways to Kill Mold Naturally Mold can appear anywhere in your house like basements and window sills. Bathroom windows are particularly vulnerable to mold because of the high exposure to moisture. Any window sill can develop mold though, especially if it lacks proper caulk avoid moisture seeping inside. If …

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Super Salt! Over 50 Ways To Use Salt

Super Salt! Over 50 Ways To Use Salt

Super Salt! Over 50 Ways To Use Salt Until recently, like most people, I never gave much thought to ordinary table salt. A sprinkle across my eggs in the morning, a dash on this dish or that. That was before a friend of mine showed me a few uses for …

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How To Care and Season a Cast Iron Skillet

How To Care and Season a Cast Iron Skillet

How To Care and Season a Cast Iron Skillet For large, hearty, and delicious breakfasts, and an all-around utility player when it comes to cooking on a stove, in the oven, on a grill, or over a campfire, cast iron pans are a necessity for anyone who loves to cook. …

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30 Survival Plastic Shopping Bag Uses & Hacks

30 Survival Plastic Shopping Bag Uses & Hacks

30 Survival Plastic Shopping Bag Uses & Hacks If you are camping, lost, or out in the wild, it is good to have survival skills. They could be the difference between critical or non-critical situations and comfortableness. With this in mind, you are going to want easy to use, carry, …

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The Best Animals for a Homestead and Why You Need Them

The Best Animals for a Homestead

The Best Animals for a Homestead and Why You Need Them As you start to grow your homestead, you’ll start to wonder about adding animals. Animals serve many purposes, but most importantly, they’re a source of food for our families. If you’re like most homesteaders, you don’t have a ton …

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