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150 Camping & Dutch Oven Recipes With 5 Ingredients Or Less

150 Camping & Dutch Oven Recipes With 5 Ingredients Or Less

A crucial part of any camping trip is cooking over the fire using some camping and Dutch oven recipes. These have 5 ingredients or less.

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Homemade, Self-Moving Chicken Tractor

Free Range People show off their homemade self-moving chicken tractor. It’s lightweight, easy to move, and large enough to house multiple chickens.

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22 Natural Medicines You Can Make At Home

22 Natural Medicines You Can Make at Home

You can make many homemade medicines at home using ingredients you already have in your garden and kitchen. Here are 22 natural medicines.

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6 Trees You DON’T Want On Your Property

Some trees just aren’t worth the trouble. They grow slowly, tend to die off, make a mess, and more. Here are six trees you don’t want.

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34 Brilliant Vegetable Gardening Hacks

34 Brilliant Vegetable Gardening Hacks

As he says in the video, these gardening tips can be used on a daily basis. Here are 34 brilliant vegetable gardening hacks.

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17 Fun Things To Do During Quarantine (Without Screens)

17 Fun Things To Do During Quarantine (Without Screens)

What did people do before screens? Turns out, a lot. Here’s a list of fun family activities that don’t require TV or Internet. 

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18 Medicinal Herbs To Look For In Your Backyard

18 Medicinal Herbs to Look For in Your Backyard

Within the reach of your back steps, you can likely find medicinal herbs that stop bleeding, heal wounds, treat coughs and more.

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12 Most Popular Items During A Pandemic

There are several items that will be very useful during this ongoing pandemic that you can still purchase, despite being in exceptionally high demand.

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Calendula: The World’s Most Useful Flower

Calendula: The World’s Most Useful Flower

Few realize just how much you can do with the calendula flower. It’s full of anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antiviral properties.

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How To Find And Eliminate Poison Ivy

How To Find And Eliminate Poison Ivy

The following is a short masterclass on how to find and eliminate poison ivy once and for all. You need the right gear, and you need to be very careful.

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No-Bake Oatmeal Energy Balls

No-Bake Oatmeal Energy Balls

No-bake oatmeal energy balls can be eaten anywhere while on the go, which makes them very convenient for a quick breakfast in the morning.

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How to Keep Livestock Cool in the Summer

How to Keep Livestock Cool in the Summer

Keeping your livestock cool in the summer is vital to their health and crucial when raising livestock to feed your family.

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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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How To Make Shrub: A Drink From The 1700s

How To Make Shrub: A Drink From The 1700s

Shrub is a delicious probiotic drink that was popular in the 1700s and early 1800s. It’s also self-preserving, so it can sit out without refrigeration.

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The One Tree That Every Homesteader Should Plant

The One Tree That Every Homesteader Should Plant

Trees are a homesteader’s best friend. They provide shelter from the sun, wind, and rain. And they often have medicinal properties or produce food—or both.

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How To Make Homemade Neosporin (With Pics)

How To Make Homemade Neosporin (With Pics)

This “natural Neosporin” is perfect for cuts, scrapes, and burns. It smells great, and I feel good about putting it on my toddler’s sensitive skin.

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