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Easy Mayonnaise in 5 minutes!

Easy mayonnaise in 5 minutes

We like mayonnaise, so it would only make sense to make our own. After a bunch of trying I adjusted the recipes I found on the internet to make delicious, real, and easy mayonnaise!

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Problems with our compost bin

Problems with our compost bin

We made a compost bin last month from pallets that we had sitting around. Since then I have come to realize some things, it turns out we didn’t think it through too well. I decided to write this post to help you not make the same mistakes we made.

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Composting: Why, How and What

Composting: Why, How and What

I have been really interested in different ways of composting lately, I set up a compost bin and a worm farm! I am really hoping to improve our soil with nutrients created from our own waste. But why create compost instead of buying a bag of fertilizer at the store?

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Monthly Recap: May 2017

May 2017 Recap

Happy June! I am very late with this month’s update, but as all homesteaders know, sometimes life gets in the way. There is always something to do, and some tasks have priorities.

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Yogurt does NOT increase egg production

Yogurt does not increase egg production

I am part of different homesteading groups on social media, and every once in a while a post will come by: “I fed my chickens yogurt and they went from laying 5-6 eggs a day to laying 16 eggs a day!” Along with the post you see a picture of a lot of eggs, and it almost seems to good to be true, because it is.

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Home Grown Food Summit 2017

This post is a little different from my usual posts, but I wanted to make this announcement to make sure you don’t miss out on the Home Grown Food Summit 2017!

Registration is open and FREE tickets are now available(*) for Marjory Wildcraft’s 3rd annual:

Home Grown Food Summit 2017

Home grown food summit 2017

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Rcom Max20 Incubator Review

Rcom Max20 Incubator Review

We splurged a little last month and got ourselves a brand spanking new incubator! The first round of eggs have hatched so it’s time for me to assess how it went!

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Why our farm fresh eggs are more expensive

Why our farm fresh eggs are more expensive (than eggs at the grocery store)

“These eggs are really expensive, I can get eggs at Aldi for much less!” That is something I have heard twice in the last couple of weeks!

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Monthly recap: April 2017

Happy May! I can’t even believe how fast this year is passing! Time to let you know what went on last month on our homestead!

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Picking Dandelions

Picking dandelionsThe Husband came inside the other day complaining: “There are dandelions all over the pasture!” To which I answered: “Oh, that reminds me, I must go pick some later.” The look on his face told me he thought I had gone bonkers. Dandelions are known as weeds and tend to have a bad reputation, but actually they are actually great flowers!

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