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If you like this series, you might like this homesteading/self sufficiency one...a current Kindle freebie.

Backwoods Home Magazine - Jan/Feb 2011 (#127) [Kindle Edition] Backwoods Home Magazine (Editor)


http://www.amazon.com/Backwoods-Home...154606011_f_86

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Back issue No. 127 contains: Jackie Clay shows you how to be comfortable and secure in your life and home even if the economy falters; how to make your own canned bacon; woodstove cooking, part 4 of Building Eric’s House, a 10-part series; healthy, hearty, meatless meals; cooking with a cast iorn stove; build a chicken tractor; growing onions; making a cheesy fish chowder; LED Lighting, part 1 (parts 2 and 3 are in Issue Nos. 128 and 129); Mas Ayoob talks about gun semantics; making small skillet treats; and Dave Duffy comments about California’s missed opportunity to legalize marijuana. Plus, Jackie Clay answers questions about feeding milk to chickens, de-fleaing the chicken coop, speckled and lumpy eggs, molting chickens, old eggs, cracking hazlenuts, canning pork and beans, saving seeds, caring for apple trees, refurbishing cast iron, a Quince tree, preserving dried foods, planning a new homestead, pigweed, making vinegar, bedbugs, and keeping weevils out.
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