Wild edible plants all around you

list of wild edible plants with pictures Here are some common wild plants that grow all around you that are edible and very healthy for you. Watch these videos and see if you can find these plants around where you live and broaden your horizons. Plants like the wild Pineapple weed can make tea to... Continue Reading →

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10 Best Professional gardening tools

Garden tools to make your work easy Best gardening tools to make your job easier. Here are the Best garden tools 2022! These Professional gardening tools will last you along time providing the best tool for the jobs they are designed to do. Kwik Edge Tool - Garden Edger Weeder Varomorus High Wheel Cultivator, Self... Continue Reading →

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Square foot gardening spacing

Food prices are going up higher and higher everyday. It is time for everyone to get back to growing your own food and saving money at the same time.If you want to grow the most vegetables in a small place consider trying the square foot gardening method. This method of gardening uses every square foot... Continue Reading →

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Off-grid kitchen ideas

Living off-grid will provide some challenges when cooking meals. Learn what off-grid kitchen ideas will help you with the daily meal prep in an off-grid kitchen. Pioneers were able to cook all of their meals without electricity, running water or the convenience that a modern home provides. Relearn the old ways of living and cooking... Continue Reading →

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How to grow Blue Berries successfully

How long does it take for a blueberry plant to produce blueberries? Blueberry plants can start producing fruit as soon as the second year after planting. Three to four years after initial planting, plants will start producing more fruit. Blueberry plants produce better when able to cross-pollinate with multiple plants. Pruning blueberry plants will also... Continue Reading →

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How to store eggs long term without refrigeration

Egg preservation methods Having your own chickens on your homestead or hobby farm you may find yourself with more eggs than you can eat each week. Learn how to store eggs for the winter months with no refrigeration with tried and proven methods. Eggs have been stored without refrigeration for hundreds of years. Learn these... Continue Reading →

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Homemade Dill Pickles Made Easy

How to make pickles at home How to Can Pickles step by step Have all of those cucumbers in your hobby farm vegetable garden and don't know what to do with them. Make homemade pickles. Making your own pickels could not be more easy. The following pickle making videos show you how to do it... Continue Reading →

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No-dig gardening method: Never till your garden again

What is the No-dig garden method Using the No-dig garden method at your hobby farm weeds are removed by shallow hoeing small starting weed seeds before they get started along with additional mulching. Larger weeds missed can be removed by hand weeding.Small debris can be left as mulch or gathered up. Mulches provides nutrients that... Continue Reading →

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There’s a Different Way to Farm using Sustainable Agriculture

Joel Salatin show farmer how to farm in a more sustainable agriculture techniques. Can these practices make your small or large farm more profitable, sustainable and healthier. Sustainable Agriculture vs. Industrial Agriculture Using sustainable agriculture provides a hobby farmer with a better way to farm that improves the soil and ecosystem at the same time.... Continue Reading →

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How to Start a Pantry at home

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=olk8al-QQ2g Homestead Pantry Tour | Self-Sufficiency and Food Storage What foods should I keep in my pantry? 8 Foods to keep in your pantry Baking StaplesOilsSpicesCan MeatsCanned Goods / Stock and BrothsGrains, Pasta, and LegumesLong term Dry goodsHealthy Snacks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gkg34-AZ8T8 My NEW Farmhouse Basement Pantry | The Stocked Pantry Reveal How to stock a pantry... Continue Reading →

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Sourdough Bread: A Beginner’s Guide

Start making your own sourdough bread and have fresh healthy bread. Why is sourdough bread good for you? Sourdough bread acts as a prebiotic that is a good bacteria in you intestines. This provides a bacteria that are important for maintaining a stable, healthy digestive system. Sourdough is also lower in gluten so that is a... Continue Reading →

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How to Grow Sprouts in a Mason Jar in your home

Growing sprouts in your kitchen Growing sprouts in your kitchen could be one of the best things you can start doing today. Growing sprouts in your home can add a healthy greens to everyday meals. Sprouts are contain high levels of folate, magnesium, phosphorus, and vitamin K. In fact, they have higher amounts of these nutrients... Continue Reading →

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How to grow microgreens indoors

How do I grow microgreens in my house? Learn how to grow delicious and highly notorious microgreens in you own home. Growing microgreens in your own home will allow you to grow healthy greens for salads, soup or sandwich toppings and more. These following videos show you how to grow microgreens indoors from start to... Continue Reading →

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How to Start a Hobby Farm or Small scale farm

Hobby farms are smaller-scale farms that are primarily for pleasure or to make enough profit to offset the cost to run the farm. Most hobby farm owners typically have another source of income like a regular job, pension, or retirement income that allows them to live. But there are many hobby farms that are starting producing a living wage.... Continue Reading →

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How to Build 1 Year of Food Storage, What is the best food for long term storage?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJ46s8cz6Mo How to Build 1 Year of Food Storage - Ultimate Guide Survival foods with long shelf life What is the best food for long term storage? 12 foods good for storing long term White RicePotatoesOnionsButternut squashPeanutsWinter squashApplesTeaPowdered milkBeef jerkydehydrated fruitDried beans How to store food long term for prepping https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxsiaR_rHXU What Is The Best... Continue Reading →

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Raising Chickens on a Budget

Raising chickens on a budget is a good thing. There is no reason to buy all of the best chicken gadgets on the market. I bought some of my items setting up the chicken coop at the dollar store. Think out of the box and save money setting up your chickens. How to Save Money... Continue Reading →

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Composting for beginners

I really enjoy making my own compost. Recycling my own yard waste into a beautiful compost to use back on my own garden gives me a great feeling inside. How to start a compost bin Collect food scraps like potatoes skins, fruits, all green vegetable left overs, coffee grounds, tea bags remove the staple and... Continue Reading →

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Backyard vegetable garden ideas

How do you start a garden for beginners? Are you Starting a backyard vegetable garden and need a few ideas for your hobby farm? Starting a backyard garden will be the most rewarding thing you ever do. After I started my first garden I found it peaceful and rewarding to spend time gardening and taking... Continue Reading →

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Growing Garlic: How to grow garlic 101

How to grow garlic at home I fell in love growing garlic on my hobby farm! I love garlic and I use it in every dish I can. Growing garlic is one of the easiest plants to grow in your garden. It is like a plant and forget crop just like growing potatoes. Garlic bulb... Continue Reading →

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How to keep chickens warm in winter without electricity

14 Tips to keep chickens warm in the winter without electricity Keep the chickens well feedKeep the chickens well wateredMinimize drafts. in the chicken coopDeep Litter Method as insulation Have good ventilatedBuild a sunroomUse sunlight to trap heat by using windowsMake sure your chickens can roost off the cold groundKeep the hens active Insulate chicken... Continue Reading →

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