Dec 17

Build a Homemade Target Shooting Stand Project

This step by step tutorial of how to build a homemade target shooting stand project will help improve your shooting accuracy with heavy duty swinging shooting target.  This shooting stand is high enough that seeing the target over the grass, very stable in the wind or uneven ground is not a problem.  The detachable chain …

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Dec 17

How To Properly Poach An Egg

This step by step tutorial of how to properly poach an egg has detailed cooking instructions so you can conquer this challenging culinary adventure and end up with restaurant quality results. Eggs Benedict and Eggs Florentine are amazing recipes to use poached eggs or go the simple route and just add on top of golden …

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Dec 17

7 Natural Remedies to Pharmaceutical Counterparts

Here are 7 natural remedies to pharmaceutical counterparts for the homesteading family that would rather eat their way to good health than take a commercially man made pill. There are so many naturally growing fruits, vegetables, herbs and trees that can cure what ails you without side effects (well maybe a little), chemicals and dependency.  …

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Dec 17

Free At Time Of Posting List Of Kindle Books

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Dec 16

Homemade Candy Canes

Get the kids and make homemade candy canes with them. What a neat way to involve the them with the preparations for Christmas. Imagine how proud they will be when their own candy canes are hanging on the tree for everyone to see and enjoy. I have never made candy canes before but it looks …

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Dec 16

GAP (Good Agricultural Practices) Approved Sink Project

If you have a small farm with lots of produce to wash you might want to build this gap (Good Agricultural Practices) approved barrel sink to wash the produce in. This helps to ensure that pathogens are not transported on the produce. It can be part of a whole system including a sink for hand …

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