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How Pioneers Made Bread With No Yeast

How Pioneers Made Bread With No Yeast

What if you want to bake some bread but don’t have any yeast? As this video shows, you can easily make bread without yeast.

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15 Parts Of Vegetables You Didn't Know You Can Eat

15 Parts Of Vegetables You Didn’t Know You Can Eat

From Radish Greens to Watermelon Rind Pickles, There’s More in Your Garden Than Meets the Eye. Most people throw out parts of vegetables that are not only good to eat but often have higher nutritional value than the other parts. For example, turnip greens pack more nutrients than the turnip itself, including calcium, manganese, folate, and vitamins A, C, and…

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20 Pantry Staples You Can Make Yourself

20 Pantry Staples You Can Make Yourself

Homemade food always tastes better, and that includes pantry staples. If you’re looking to save money, here are twenty staples you can make at home.

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How to Grow Your Own Yeast

How to Grow Your Own Yeast

Anyone can learn to make their own yeast. However, it takes a lot of time and patience. Here are step by step instructions for growing yeast.

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How To Master The Art Of Bread Baking

How To Master The Art Of Bread Baking

You’ll succeed every time you bake a loaf of bread if you follow these simple rules. Here’s how to master the art of bread baking.

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20 Best Foods for Woodstove Cooking

20 Best Foods for Woodstove Cooking

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

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Making Poor Man’s Stew ($1.00 Meal)

Making Poor Man’s Stew ($1.00 Meal)

To make Poor Man’s Stew, all you need is affordable ingredients such as chicken breast, onions, carrots, and other vegetables. #homesteadsurvivalsite #poormanssoup #poormanssoup #budget #frugality

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How To Make Portable Soup

How To Make Portable Soup

Ever heard of portable soup before? It’s basically a solidified broth to which you can add hot water and quickly make soup. It’s also called pocket soup. #homesteadsurvivalsite #soup #souprecipes #survivalfood #emergencyfood

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5 Easy Meals To Cook During An Emergency

5 Easy Meals To Cook During An Emergency

Regardless of what happens in the world, we gotta eat. But even something as simple as making a meal can be a challenge during an emergency. #homesteadsurvivalsite #survivalcooking #offgridcooking #emergencyfood #survivalfood

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How To Make Cheese (Easier Than You Think)

Cheesemaking is easy to do once you understand the ingredients. In this article, we’ll learn to make mozzarella and ricotta cheese, along with yogurt. #homesteadsurvivalsite #cheese #makecheese #homemadecheese #fromscratch

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The Ultimate Guide To Cooking With Pumpkins

The Ultimate Guide To Cooking With Pumpkins

Perhaps the best thing about pumpkin is that it can be used everywhere. You can use it in when cooking breakfasts, dinners, and desserts. Here’s how. #homesteadsurvivalsite #pumpkins #pumpkinrecipes #holidaycooking #cooking

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Here's How To Use A Grain Mill And Make Flour [With Pictures]

Here’s How To Use A Grain Mill And Make Flour [With Pictures]

Converting wheat into flour is surprisingly easy. All you need is wheat berries and a good grain mill. Here is how to use a grain mill and make flour. #homesteadsurvivalsite #grainmill #flourmill #makeflour #flour

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Historic Kitchens vs. Modern Kitchens

So what did historic kitchens look like? That is the topic of this video by Townsends, who is an expert in old cooking techniques. #homesteadsurvivalsite #kitchens #pioneer #cooking #offgrid

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Acorns: How To Harvest, Process, and Eat Them

Acorns: How To Harvest, Process, and Eat Them

Acorns are everywhere in the fall. You don’t want to miss an opportunity for a free harvest, so let’s talk about how to harvest, process, and eat acorns. #homesteadsurvivalsite #acorn #acornrecipes #wildedibles #fromscratch

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Baking Bread The Way Early Americans Did

How did people bake bread before electric ovens? Many early Americans used just four ingredients and a cast iron pot to bake bread from scratch. #homesteadsurvivalsite #bakingbread #breadmaking #fromscratch #breadbaking

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10 Pioneer Recipes That Still Taste Great Today

10 Pioneer Recipes That Still Taste Great Today

Pioneer recipes are simple. Even though they were prepared from scratch, they’re easy to make and taste great. You’ll need a cast iron pan or Dutch oven. #homesteadsurvivalsite #pioneer #oldrecipes #offgridcooking #survivalcooking

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How to Make Beef Jerky in an Air Fryer

How to Make Beef Jerky in an Air Fryer

Most people use regular dehydrators to make beef jerky, but it’s easier to use a Ninja Air Fryer. Here’s exactly how to do it. #homesteadsurvivalsite #beefjerky #airfryer #beefjerkyrecipes #airfryerrecipes

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Cast Iron Cookware: How to Restore It, Season It, and Cook With It

Cast Iron Cookware: How to Restore It, Season It, and Cook With It

Before you use cast iron cookware, you need to learn how to restore it and season it. We’ll explain how and share some of our favorite cast iron recipes. #homesteadsurvivalsite #castiron #castironcookware #castironcooking #survivalcooking

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Poor Man's Steak Recipe (Cabbage, Garlic & Butter)

Poor Man’s Steak Recipe (Cabbage, Garlic & Butter)

Poor man’s steak isn’t as tasty as real steak, but it is healthier and cheaper and it still makes a tasty main course. It’s also great for vegans. #homesteadsurvivalsite #poormanssteak #steakrecipe #frugal #cheapmeals

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8 Foods You Can Grind Into Flour + Instructions & Recipes

8 Foods You Can Grind Into Flour + Instructions & Recipes

Grinding your own flour can save you money, enhance your nutrition, and teach you a valuable survival skill. #homesteadsurvivalsite #flour #makeflour #fromscratch #cooking

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How To Cook A Squirrel

Whether you’re simply curious or trying to survive the end of the world, you might want to try cooking squirrel. Here’s how. #homesteadsurvivalsite #squirrel #smallgame #wildernesssurvival #bushcraft

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How To Render Lard The Easy Way

How To Render Lard The Easy Way

Our pioneer ancestors rendered lard on a regular basis. Did they know something we don’t? Here’s the easy way to render lard. #homesteadsurvivalsite #lard #renderlard #fat #cooking

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50 Staple Foods That Should Be In Every Cook’s Kitchen

With these essential staple foods, you’ll have enough seasonings, condiments, starches, proteins, and vegetables on hand to make practically anything. #homesteadsurvivalsite #staplefoods #foodstaples #kitchen #homesteading

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How to Cook on a Wood Stove + 9 Cooking Tips

How to Cook on a Wood Stove + 9 Cooking Tips

Cooking on a wood stove requires a bit of patience at first, but the delicious rewards make the learning process well worth it. #homesteadsurvivalsite #woodstove #cookingtips #cookstove #survivalcooking

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