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How to Roast Pumpkin Seeds
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How to Make Butter in a Jar (From Udder to Butter)
Making butter at home is a fun little projects. Kids love making butter in a jar. Learn how to make butter in a jar in just a couple of easy steps. via @BarnyardJen
How to Make Half and Half- Super Easy at Home
How to make half and half. Making half and half at home is so easy. There's nothing like a big cup of coffee with delicious homemade half and half cream in it. DIY half and half is the best! via @BarnyardJen
Elderflower Cordial - How To Make This Delicious Naturally Fermented Drink
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Homemade Venison Sausage
Our family's recipe for simple, delicious venison sausage that can be used in everything from a breakfast scramble to a hearty soup.
Intro to the 11 Permaculture Tools For A Sustainable Homestead
Discover how you can have a healthy and happy relationship with your homestead. It starts by understanding the 11 toolboxes of permaculture, which a homestead needs in order to thrive.