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Eggs are one of the healthiest and most nutritionally complete foods you can eat. They are very versatile and are used in everything from baking to salads to breakfast. As a prepper resource, eggs are [...]

How to Freeze Eggs in 2 Easy Steps can be read in full at New Life On A Homestead | Homesteading Blog- Be sure to check it out!

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Wild onions by any other name are still just as tasty and good for you. Depending upon where you live, wild onions may also be called: wild garlic, leeks, field garlic, scallions, and crow garlic. [...]

How To Harvest And Preserve Wild Onions can be read in full at New Life On A Homestead | Homesteading Blog- Be sure to check it out!

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This recipe makes a very strong, sweet coffee. The preparation method below is with a French press, which is my favorite method of brewing coffee. A French press consists of an outer shell, a carafe which [...]

Cardamom Honey Coffee Recipe – Quick and Easy can be read in full at New Life On A Homestead | Homesteading Blog- Be sure to check it out!

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Figuring out how much you need to plant for a year’s worth of food is tricky. It’s a major question when people decide that they want to try to provide for themselves as much as [...]

How Much to Plant to Feed Your Family for a Year can be read in full at New Life On A Homestead | Homesteading Blog- Be sure to check it out!

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The plow was one of the most important inventions in the history of agriculture. From the early plows pulled by horses or mules to the mechanical ones now towed by tractors, this one farming implement [...]

How To Plow A Garden (and Why It Is Essential) can be read in full at New Life On A Homestead | Homesteading Blog- Be sure to check it out!

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Flies are as much of a fixture on any homestead as a the chicken coop and a compost pile. Killing flies as well as keeping them and other pesky insects off of your family and [...]

Easy Homemade Fly Spray Recipe can be read in full at New Life On A Homestead | Homesteading Blog- Be sure to check it out!

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Dehydrating is the most expensive way to preserve eggs, but only because the initial investment of a dehydrator will be anywhere from $65 to $175. We own three dehydrating machines now. We upgraded with each [...]

How to Dehydrate Eggs Step by Step can be read in full at New Life On A Homestead | Homesteading Blog- Be sure to check it out!

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When we build diverse gardens, we can enjoy the myriad of wildlife that visit the flowers and plants that congregate there. Instead of being mauled by roving bugs, ravaging our crops, diversity in the garden [...]

How to Attract Wild Birds for a Healthier Garden can be read in full at New Life On A Homestead | Homesteading Blog- Be sure to check it out!

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Making donuts might seem like a tedious chore that only a real baker could pull off to any degree of deliciousness. While making dough from scratch is one of the few things I can always [...]

Simplest Homemade Donut Recipe can be read in full at New Life On A Homestead | Homesteading Blog- Be sure to check it out!

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Chopping wood with a dull chainsaw does not only make the task far slower and more dangerous, it can also ruin one of your most essential homesteading tools. If your chainsaw is “bucking” during the [...]

How to Sharpen a Chainsaw Safely [PHOTOS + VIDEOS] can be read in full at New Life On A Homestead | Homesteading Blog- Be sure to check it out!

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