Back issue No. 130 contains: Wash Day -- Jackie Clay uses an old-fashioned ringer washer to wash and dry the family’s clothes; the types and uses for wheat, and how to store it; how to buy a backhoe, dogs that can hunt; making delicious kebabs; how to keep the cost of beef low; the proper care of the American flag; Mas Ayoob gives a primer on using the correct ammo; brew your own root beer; making grandma’s soup from your garden; conquering hornworms; using brown rice in recipes; making money from blueberries; and Dave Duffy talks about a government with not enough to do but lots of hungry mouths to feed. Plus, Jackie Clay answers questions about powdered eggs, how much to plant in the garden, Hopi Pale Grey recipes, sweet potato slips, canning corn and sauerkraut, canning gravy and nuts, keeping eggs fresh, dehydrating ham, solar generators, training a milk cow, dehydrating garden seeds, and raising pigs.
Monday, November 5, 2012
Backwoods Home Magazine - Jul/Aug 2011, #130 (Main/UK) is free in the Kindle store. I've subscribed to this magazine for years, in print, but haven't yet tried out the Kindle editions they have started publishing.