Sweet Potatoes, #1 Secret To Skin Regeneration — me.blog📒▶️

https://www.forbes.com/pictures/lmj45ggik/sweet-potato/ My Thoughts on sweet potatoes is this, They are the most popular anti-aging superfood in the whole entire Earth, yes it’s Rich In one of the most potent antioxidant vitamins ( A) Sweet potato is Rich with 18000 IU Of Vitamin A Now I know that the ever-popular white potato is famous and you... Continue Reading →

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Food Forests Living Web — JudyCo Living

I borrowed this image from Permaculture Action Network. via Food Forests Living Web — JudyCo Living


Canning Raw Meat

It is good to have meat stored in different ways other than just the freezer.  Another way of storing meat is through pressure canning.  If there is a power outage and you are not on solar this a great way to keep your meat from rotting.  It may also give you a sense of comfort... Continue Reading →

Solar Generator Comparison

The article I wrote about saving money on your electrical bill got me thinking more about solar.  I have noticed that one of the most popular generators is currently out of stock.  This was the Kodiak.  So I started looking around for others and found this great comparison chart.  Here is a link to the... Continue Reading →

How Many Quails Does It Take

If you are thinking of breeding quail, here are a few things to know.  Breeder quails should have 1 square foot per bird in their cage.  For a grow out pen you could have about 3 birds per square foot. Quail hens start to lay eggs between 6 to 8 weeks. It takes about 3... Continue Reading →

Is Online Curriculum Right for Your Child? — Hip Homeschool Moms – From Hip Homeschool Moms

Are you considering using online curriculum with your child? More and more families are using online curriculum now for a variety of reasons. I’ll share with you some things to consider as you decide whether your child might do well with online curriculum. 4 Ways Online Curriculum Helps Homeschoolers Succeed Many parents are comfortable using […]... Continue Reading →

Preserving Fresh Eggs Over The Winter

In the winter time, chickens naturally slow down their egg production.  If you have a lot of left over eggs and would like to preserve them for baking and cooking during the winter, then this is a good way to preserve them.  This method is called Water Glassing.  You will need Hydrated lime or Pickling... Continue Reading →

Homemade Garlic Pizza Dough

Our 2019 plans are well on their way.  After the 4th try, I finally feel that I have the right pizza dough recipe.  My goal is New York style pizza at home so I've noticed is that there are certain things that will definitely help make a better pizza.  A Pizza Stone and a Pizza Peel made... Continue Reading →

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