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How to Start Living Off The Grid With Young Children

Add to Favorites By Abby Stout – I kept wondering, where are all the articles for us moms who are trying to create a homestead or who want to learn …

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Beyond Kraut and Kimchi Recipes
March 13, 2019 · · Canning & Kitchen

Add to Favorites Preserving vegetables by adding salt and setting them aside a few days to ferment, like with kraut and kimchi recipes, is part of our family tradition. Before fermentation food preservation …

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A Caramel Pear Crumble Recipe
March 13, 2019 · · Canning & Kitchen

Add to Favorites This pear crumble recipe was inspired by the big old pear tree in our front yard. Our neighbors planted it when they built our house more than …

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My Top 13 on the Food Additives List to Avoid
March 13, 2019 · · Canning & Kitchen

Add to Favorites When we began our journey of using food for health many years ago, I was shocked as I learned about the food additives list for processed and …

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In The Kitchen — Travel: Tunisia’s Paradise

Add to Favorites Story & Photos By Habeeb Salloum, A Taste of Homesteading Around The World The taxi driver, Ahmad, was talkative as we drove through the beautiful countryside of the Island …

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On to Cuba

Add to Favorites By Habeeb Salloum, A Taste of Homesteading Around the World In the late 1970S, a colleague of mine asked when I told him I was going on a …

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Recipes: Middle Eastern Sweets

Add to Favorites By Habeeb Salloum The delicious pastries of the Arab Middle East are not the invention of today or yesterday. They have a history that goes back thousands of …

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Bigger Lambs, Without Drugs & Drudgery

Add to Favorites By Patrice Lewis Wool from Norway is justifiably famous for its fineness and beauty. But for sheep to produce wool, they must start as lambs. And lambs, …

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Victorian Farmstead

Add to Favorites By Alan Harman When Adam and Laura Parks were launching their northern California-based meat business in 2010, Twister Hill Ranch owner Bruce McGlochlin sold them their first …

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Balancing Sheep & Calling Off Dogs

Add to Favorites By Denice Rackley, www.clearfieldstockdogs.com In previous articles, we have covered the basics needed to give our stock dog a great foundation that will enable us to be …

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Making Pasture & Forages Work For Sheep

Add to Favorites By Dean Oswald—Animal Systems Educator —University of Illinois web.extension.uiuc.edu/macombcenter/ Cell (309)255-8705 Fax (309)853-5449 Grazing Goals Sheep producers should set annual goals for the forage and pasture grazing …

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Wrap-Around Flock Success — Everything But The Baa!

Add to Favorites See more great stories in the January-February 2017 issue of sheep! magazine. By Jacqueline Harp – At the 2016 OkFiberFest in Okanogan, Washington, there was a vendor booth …

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Profits from a ”Lamb Hub” — Hi-Ho Sheep Farm

Add to Favorites Originally published in the September/October 2016 issue of sheep! magazine. By Jacqueline Harp Buying local is a substantial and growing trend among consumers, restaurants, small grocers and …

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The Lamb Switch
March 13, 2019 · · Sheep

Add to Favorites By Judith Toth Bigham It was late March and lambing season was in full swing at Hado-Bar Farm. When I went to the barn early one morning …

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Beyond Kraut & Kimchi
March 13, 2019 · · Canning & Kitchen

Add to Favorites By Gail Damerow Preserving vegetables by adding salt and setting them aside a few days to ferment is part of our family tradition. Before fermentation became all the rage, it was …

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