Photo By Matthew T. Stallbaumer
A great overview on the various oils once can create at home and links to additional resources to learn more about the tools and process need to added this new skill set to your resilient lifestyle.
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Nordic Food Lab
An introduction to the concepts and techniques of curing meat with salts. Also a few recipes to give you some historical inspiration.
Some good tips to follow and learn from to improve your kitchen scrap composting system. They will hopefully bring better success and enjoyment out of managing your kitchen food waste.
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A list of projects and tasks that make great use of your dark and cold winter hours. Get ready for warmer days and be prepared for the next growing season.
A wonderful exploration of various pine and conifer trees and the different properties the leaves have.
An interesting exploration of the use of various tree barks for baking and cooking with. Definitely a unique addition to the pantry.
Fall harvest is here and it is time to start putting up your starchy tubers for the winter from the garden. Here are things to consider for curing and storing your potatoes to get the most out of your crop.
Photo by Tim MacWelch
A number of inexpensive and very useful preps to have for an emergency or just around the house for non-emergencies.
An interesting look at using the common acorn for both food and medicine.
A wonderful look at the various herbs and plants that have antibacterial and antiviral properties. Possible plants for you to consider growing in your garden.
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