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The ancient technology that enables the long term storage of your garden's bounty. Storing crops in a passively cooled root cellar is one of the most efficient methods to preserve food. There are lots of ways to build your own root cellar. Get some great ideas here: http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/qndy

How much should your toddler be eating? Ideas and inspiration for a varied and healthy diet for your toddler/preschooler. CARBS - aim for up to 5 portions a day www.organiccookeryschool.org

DIY:: Flower Pot Heater ~ Gives a lot of heat, costs about nothing, easy to make and it looks pretty nice, too! Clay/Terracotta pots absorb the thermal energy of the candles and convert it into radiant space heat. Reaches temperatures of 160F to 180F. Heater stays hot for hours. use caution, the inner chamber can reach 500F. Heats a small area very effectively. uses 1 to 3 candles or more. How To @: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nzKbFzUEWkA

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Off-The-Grid Easy To Build DIY Refrigerator

Off The Grid Easy To Build DIY Refrigerator

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The Top 10 Foods to NOT Store! - Survival Mom

The Top 10 Foods to NOT Store!

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The Ultimate Food Guide You're Not Going To Use But You Feel Healthier Just By Reading It

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Although there are many foods that will last for decades when stored properly (wheat, beans, pasta, etc.), there are some foods that last forever without canning, freezing or dehydrating. If you’re new to food storage, these staples are a gre