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Pig Hunting on Karma Ranch By Hank Shaw on April 8, 2014 For the second time, I journeyed 300 miles south to hunt wild pigs. And for the second time, good karma lead to a good hunt. Crazy how that works out, eh? Continue reading...

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Farmers markets move online It isn’t always easy finding fresh, high-quality food in this country. Supermarkets with their long, complex supply chains usually offer unripe or subpar produce that leaves a lot to be desired. But the usual alternative methods of provision have distinct limitations. Luckily, technology provides one great answer to this dilemma, opening up an important new avenue for small-scale producers to connect to customers. Only local farms can deliver the very freshest produce.

The Art of Fermentation by Sandor Ellix Katz "The Art of Fermentation appeals to our personal and fundamental well being, with a thoroughly engaging account of wild, tamed, and unaccounted-for microorganisms. Based on theory, science, and practical observations, Sandor Katz casts thousands of dots onto the pages for us to connect with our own experiences and interests. There are things he writes in this book that are relevant to everyone.

High Altitude Living In WA & CO Resources - The Happy Homesteader Blog Bruce and Carol McElmurray live in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of Colorado at an elevation of 9,750'. Ed and Laurie Essex live off grid in the Okanogan Highlands of Washington State at an elevation of 4200’. Bruce and Ed, bloggers for The Happy Homesteader at Mother Earth News, have decided to collaborate on a blog about their high-altitude living. What natural resources do you have on your property and how do you utilize them? Raw dark plum jam recipe, fermented with Kefir whey. Back to recipes menu Nicola, one of the participants at a 'Fun. Ferment and Families' workshop commented that this jam was best jam she had ever tasted. See a partially cooked version in the notes section at the bottom of this page. Makes 1 kg of dark red plums 1/2 cup of Australian raw honey 2 teaspoons of Kefir whey 1/2 teaspoon of Celtic sea salt 1/8 teaspoon cardamom 1/8 teaspoon ground cloves

4. Poo - The Chicken Keeper's Guide - The Poultry Pages - Allotment and Vegetable Gardening Below are pictures of Chicken Droppings kindly donated by our members (the pictures not the poo). Normal Picture taken by Catsmuvva These last three pictures have shed intestinal lining in them - quite normal, not a cause for concern. Coral coloured Urates Fed up with steroids and asthma inhalers? Try the benefits of herbs as natural treatment for asthma (NaturalNews) Natural treatment for asthma helps reduce acute asthma attacks, manage chronic asthma and helps those with general trouble breathing. The benefits of herbs for treating asthma and the lungs has been shown repeatedly through the centuries worldwide. Asthma is a chronic upper respiratory disease affecting the lungs and airways.

The Self Sufficient Blog The Self Sufficient Blog is my mini-journal about self sufficent farm living. It... -- keeps you up-to-date on new information and what others are doing to become more self sufficient. ---New methods and creative approaches to farm living. -- keeps you up-to-date with other postings or news about self sufficient farm living Fermented Fruit Kvass You are looking at a close-up photo of a 1-day old kvass. I’m guessing that 99% of you are thinking: “Errh, KVASS … what!? Is that another new and complicated health trend?!?” What We Learned From A Year Without Food From A Grocery Store By Rachel – dogislandfarm.com I can’t believe it’s been a year now since we started our year without groceries. We learned a lot in that year. We are definitely healthier, but also we’re happier. Our relationship with each other is stronger as we’ve had to learn how to really work well together.

Why Serious Cooks Use Carbon Steel Knives Carbon steel: the only blade for me. [Photographs: Vicky Wasik] I've been living in a stainless-steel closet, and today is the day I come out. I love carbon-steel knives. I've been quietly in love with them for a long time, and after a lot of thought, I've decided that it's time to share it with the world. The carbon-steel knife you see pictured above?

Welcome Page For years, I resisted the instructions from my Inner Guidance to create a website, but the inner urging would not stop. Finally, I gave in—to my SELF—and began, what has become one of the greatest adventures of my life. It is said that “if you want to learn—teach.” 10 Simple Postures That Boost Performance By spring.org.uk Psychological research suggests simple actions can project power, persuade others, increase empathy, boost cognitive performance and more. We tend to think of body language as something that expresses our internal states to the outside world.

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