The great thing about woodstove cooking is it gets you twice as much out of your fuel. Not only will a woodstove cook your food, it will also keep you warm. #homesteadsurvivalsite #woodstove #offgridliving #cooking #woodstovecooking
The great depression brought out both the resiliency and ingenuity of literally millions of people. With few options, people had to make do with what was on hand. #homesteadsurvivalsite #greatdepression #greatdepressionrecipes #frugalliving #frugality
How do you make sure you have enough milk, eggs, butter, and cheese to keep your family eating well all year round? Here are 9 methods. #homesteadsurvivalsite #dairy #foodstorage #farmlife #preservefood
Whether you can’t afford an electric dehydrator or you’re trying to use as little electricity as possible, there are plenty of other ways to dehydrate food. #homesteadsurvivalsite #foodstorage #dehydrate #fooddehydration #offgrid
Taking up blacksmithing doesn’t just mean making decorative items. There are many things a blacksmith can make for use around the homestead.
With a combination of solar power, wood power, and an efficient setup, you enjoy all sorts of luxuries while living off the grid.
Though chickens are the best-known type of backyard poultry, there are many other breeds worth considering. A mixed flock has many advantages. #homesteadsurvivalsite #homesteading #livestock #raisingbirds #offgridliving
Though bees are one of the few homestead animals that largely feed themselves, tending them can require a huge investment of time and money.
When you think of moving off the power grid, you may picture hard rustic living, but off-grid living can include all your favorite modern conveniences.