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  1. Recipes
    Was just whipping up a batch for breakfast and thought I'd share - this is a really easy recipe you can make with items from your pantry. Ingredients: 1 box Jiffy Corn Muffin Mix 1/4 can crushed pineapple 1/4 c Coarse Ground Corn Meal (Bob's Red Mill) or any corn meal you have should be OK 2...
  2. DIY - Do It Yourself
    I´ve been thinking about long term maintenance plans, and some of the most easy to stash spare parts you´ll find are bearings. Nowadays they´re dirt cheap, easy to find, don´t have a defined shelf life, and your machinery won´t work efficiently (or maybe won´t work at all) if these parts have...
  3. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    If you've never heard of Ruth Stout & her "NO WORK GARDENING" , then you are really missing something ! I had one of her gardening books a number of years ago & I don't read that much but that one was hard for me to put down ! You can still get her book(s) & I will post a link to a search...
  4. DIY - Do It Yourself
    Here's an interesting take on using solar and/or any heat energy (even from compost piles). Using the Ideal Gas Law, you create a small pressure difference (.5psi-1psi) in a large chamber using heat, then use that pressure to run a large machine that turns an alternator. This is very similar to...
  5. DIY - Do It Yourself
    When considering what material to use for a floor, few people look beyond a concrete slab, with something like tile or carpet as a finish. For us, however, there were several factors that made a stabilized compressed earth brick (SCEB) floor far more appealing, including cost, skill, and time...
  6. British Isles and ROI
    Perenial food crops have a number of advantages such as only having to plant them once, often being able to multiply your stocks without difficult seed saving etc. my question is what perenial crops are worth growing and why? (idealy suitable for sw england) i know a few: rubbarb- great for...
  7. DIY - Do It Yourself
    Yesterday I decided to make a simple radio that does not use electricity (it gets the power from the radio waves.). For building it you will need: -razor blade( old style ones, but you can use a broken disposible.) -metal tacks -a antena (I used a unvound spring for estetics but you should have...
  8. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Hi Folks. I live in Canada and our growing conditions are different from many other places but the basics will be the same. If you can grow potatoes, than do so. Potatoes can grow most places. You need starch in your diet and Potatoes are good starch foods. Same with Corn. There is so much...
  9. Nuclear, Biological and Chemical (NBC) Survival
    Hey guys, I was just wondering if anyone here knew where i could buy a modern gas mask that would protect me from most if not all dangerous chemicals in the air if TSHTF and there is a chemical attack. Thanks for your help! SgtPepper
  10. Communications
    If you've ever wanted to learn Morse Code, but haven't had the time to memorize all the dots and dashes, here is a good opportunity for you to learn it with ease. Just click Here to go to the downloads section of this website and download the free Morse Code Trainer! ... --. - .--. . .--. .--...
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