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Date registered: February 11, 2014

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  1. How to Make Apple Cider Vinegar — September 25, 2016
  2. Cider Making: Five Incredible American Cider Apples — September 25, 2016
  3. 10 Reasons to Add Apple Cider Vinegar to Your Diet — September 23, 2016
  4. 3 Most Overlooked Fire-Starting Methods — August 6, 2016
  5. 10 Most Important Survival Skills for Wilderness Living — August 6, 2016

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How to Make Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is known to be a natural remedy for many ailments, a cleaning agent, and a tangy ingredient in many dishes, which is why it’s worth trying to make at home at least once! If you haven’t made your own apple vinegar before, try this simple technique. What You’ll Need 3 medium sized …

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Cider Making: Five Incredible American Cider Apples

Cider was America’s first beverage. Not the apple juice we call cider, but real cider… hard cider. In colonial times water was not clean enough to drink. The fermentation process that juice must go through before it becomes hard cider kills most pathogenic bacteria. As a result, in those times there was nothing safer to …

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10 Reasons to Add Apple Cider Vinegar to Your Diet

Many people have a bottle of apple cider vinegar (ACV) somewhere in the kitchen. Chefs add it sparingly to enhance the flavor of certain dishes or as a salad dressing. They may start using it a bit more if they knew how beneficial this sour-tasting liquid actually is. Apple cider vinegar has been used as …

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3 Most Overlooked Fire-Starting Methods

Though people are eager to learn and adopt different fire-starting methods, there are always some fire-starting techniques most learners overlook. Ideally, these overlooked fire-starting methods are extremely important. Think of a situation where you do not have a readily available kit of cotton balls or commercial/military developed tinder, but you have to create fire to …

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10 Most Important Survival Skills for Wilderness Living

Nature is one of the greatest gifts our planet has to offer the human race. Not only is the natural world full of beauty and possibilities for adventure, studies have proven that exposure to nature improves our physical and mental health. However, when it comes to embracing the great outdoors, there is a huge difference …

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7 Recipes for Campfire Cooking

What would you do if you were ever in a survival situation? Would you know what to do? Would you know how to keep you and your family nourished? Most of us have roasted s’mores, maybe even cooked a hot dog or two, on a campfire. While this is a fun pastime for many when …

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How to Build a Campfire for Cooking

A fire is needed in almost any backpacking, hiking, or camping survival situation. It may seem like a simple task building a campfire, but most people struggle building one. Furthermore, it can be more difficult to build a campfire if you run out of matches. Whether it is a campfire for cooking or for providing …

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How to Make Crawfish Traps From Plastic Bottles

You can call them crayfish, crawdads, or mudbugs; crawfish happen to taste great. This is reason enough to get out and catch some craws. You can just use your set of hands, a piece of raw fish head, and an inexpensive trap. Many styles and sizes of traps are employed in trapping crawfish. Making crawfish …

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Five Reasons Why You Should Grow Heirloom Seeds

Heirloom seed is regarded as a cultivar that is a kind of seed that was nurtured and transmitted from one generation to another generation. These seeds have been such popular, they have dominated the plant industry in the recent time. Heirloom seeds were preferred because they would always produce offspring, which has identical characters; this …

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7 Things You Should Know Before Starting a Homestead

Are you tired of the rat race? Would you like to start living a simpler life? If so, homesteading may be a good option for you. When most of us think of homesteading, we imagine a log cabin similar to the one used by the Ingalls family in the pioneering days of this country. But, …

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