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I’ve put a lot of work into combating weeds in my life, and nothing does that as well as a raised grow bed and plenty of Mulch! Continue reading
Everyone was super curious about the dos and don’ts of the diet as well as some recipes that I used for my juice diet.
We decided to try the Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead diet, which consists of juicing fruits and vegetables, and for us we just use organic fruits and vegetables.
Making your own cheese is a wonderfully rewarding experience! Not only do you know exactly what is going into your cheese and are saving money in the process, but you are creating an awesome, educational experience you share with family and friends!
In today’s society we are taught to boast about and highlight our good qualities, achievements, and feats. A life of humility demands swallowing your pride, and a level of maturity and life realization that few are able to achieve.
Today we’re looking at recycling some old plastic apple containers into viable plant starting containers! The containers are the remnants of the plastic case that the apples used in my drying apples article came in, and I wanted to be able to do something else with them.
In my What I’m Planting in 2011 post I mentioned the Mangel beet. I wanted to give users more information on this wonderful plant, including a little history, and planting information.
Proper planning and research early on will determine the success of your garden, and ultimately how much food you can grow, and money you can make, off your crop.