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- Wed Nov 13, 2013 12:08 pm
- Forum: New Members Start Here
- Topic: New Member Introductions
- Replies: 743
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northrod5 - I am not sure what you mean by your comment "I am unable to read posts" There are several sections of the board that require you to request to join separately - like the men's or ladies forums but you should be able to see everything else. Please PM me or Denob for more clarifi...
[quote="MrsPrepwPets] Right up there with the dehydrator as my favorite tool ever is the mandolin and whatever bright, shining star created that little beauty is totally my second-favorite person. (The knife-board mandolin, not the instrument.)[/quote] awww...and I thought I had a fellow mandol...
There are certain foods I love dehydrated - anything green for instance. My favs are kale and beet greens. Once dehydrated and whizzed in the food processor I can add greens to everything and no one is the wiser! I must agree that the freezer is no place for anything that can be canned or dehydrated...
- Sun Oct 27, 2013 6:43 pm
- Forum: Alternative Energy
- Topic: simple heater with stuff you probably already have
- Replies: 0
- Views: 622
This is a youtube vid with an ingenious and simple design for a flower pot heater. I've seen others that required a lot of parts and maybe those work better but this is pretty cool.
- Fri Oct 25, 2013 8:55 am
- Forum: Livestock, Farming and Gardening
- Topic: Indoor Gardening
- Replies: 7
- Views: 1237
It sounds like your windows will be perfect. We have newish ones in a century home and I can't even grow herbs in them. Everything dies within a few weeks. I'll be interested to hear your results
- Sun Oct 20, 2013 8:23 am
- Forum: General Canadian Discussions
- Topic: Recommend Containers For Water Storage?
- Replies: 9
- Views: 1197
I also refill my empty 2L bottles (though we don't drink much pop...) and empty plastic milk containers after a good wash. I would use that water for drinking unless I run it through the berkey first, but for washing or flushing a toilet - in a short term emergency - that would do. It's an easy and...