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  1. Do you think that cookbook will have a lot of things we don't eat, since she's from Ireland?
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    Onions

    Wow, Homemaker, thank you for that information. I'll do it this coming spring. I would like to grown onions to store. Do you do that as well? cleanheart
  3. Arby that is very insightful of you. There is a lot of wisdom and common since in your post. You are so right abot peoples faces in the market. Seems many are worried and concerned aot life. cleanheaart
  4. Thank you Cat for posting this information. I think we that love him should have posted it as well. That's for taking the initiative. I didn't know you could watch his show on utube? That's good to know. I'm glad we are on the same page here. cleanheart
  5. Susie, I donated. How is Purecajunsunshine? What is her condition? PLEASE keep us updated!! cleanheart
  6. My mother-in-law is having back surgery tomorrow 10/21/09 at 7:00 a.m. est. She is 86 years old and is a diabetic. She is the most wonderful mother-in-law anybody could ever have and I love her greatly. I hate to see her in so much pain in her legs. She is in so much pain, that she is excited about this surgery and couldn't wait till tomorrow. My DH and I plan to be there, then I will stay with her till she goes to rehab. I will not leave her, as she is hard of hearing. Thank you for all your prayers. I believe even if you read this a few days or even weeks late, God knows our heart
  7. Yes, these are disturbing dreams. Have you asked the Lord for an interpertation? Ask him to give you peace. If there is fear, we know that God is not a God of fear, but of a sound peaceful mind. I will be praying for you and for your dreams. cleanheart
  8. I hope this helps. I Googled "Canning Milk" and got this Mother Earth article. cleanheart CANNING MILK If you loathe having to fork over hard-earned cash for store-bought milk every time your dairy animals enter a dry spell, you'll be glad to know that the solution to that problem is as handy as your regular canning equipment. You see, you can store the fluid protein produced by your cow, goat, or ewe for pennies a quart . . . and then keep the sealed jars on hand for six months or more. THE WHYS AND WHEREFORES You might wonder why anyone would want
  9. CONGRADULATIONS DARLENE!!! We've had bees for years and I remember our 1st robbery. I felt so proud and satisfied with the harvest. I couldn't believe how much honey came from one super. We had a friend who had a 3 frame spinner that spun out the honey. Did you do that? Spin your honey out of the comb? It saves your foundation for the next honey flow. Is there a Bee Club near you? Where in GA do you live? Don't throw any thing away that comes from your hive. Save the propolus, and wax for making soap and lip balms and lotions. I use it all. I'm glad you have support in hel
  10. We live in eastern AL on the border of GA. Near Auburn, AL. In Kutzu country. cleanheart
  11. THANK YOU FOR THE RESOURCE. IT IS VERY INTERESTING. cleanheart
  12. Hello Friends, I know we've never met, but some of y'all feel like friends. I wanted to post my 100th post in this forum to say "THANK YOU"!!!! Thank you for all the time and wisdom you have shared with how many thousands of people. I think that this web-site is saving a time gone past where women shared everyday with each other as they visited each other, sharing recipes, how to, wisdom, sewing tips, all kinds of information I can't even begin to share here. I especially have benifited from MrsSurvival personally as it has kept me in the right mind set for life and survival. I fir
  13. Hey Rita, YOU MUST PRESSURE CAN THESE!!! My home is Charleston, SC and I grew up with my grandmama,mama and aunts all canning boiled peanut to sell and give to friends. Here is the recipe. ENJOY!!!! Prepare peanuts and brine to same as you do for boiling for immediate use. Pack peanuts into jars to within one-half inch of the top, using equal weights of peanuts and hot brine (212 F). Partically submerge containers in upright positions in boiling water for ten minutes. Seal while hot and process 45 minutes at ten pounds pressure. Cool containers in water, label, and store i
  14. I do too. It's so nice. cleanheart
  15. OH, just reading this makes me mad. They would have arrested me and put me in jail, cause if I was that childs mama, I would have killed him or he would have wished he was dead. :darth duck: :duck 1: :frying pan: Got the message?? cleanheart
  16. I hung out with my boyfriend who by the way has been my DH for 31 years.We gathered Kutzu blossoms and I'm making jelly today. cleanheart
  17. HAPPY BIRTHDAY GI GIRL!!! You were specificly and wonderfully made. cleanheart
  18. Good Morning Violet, Thanks for your good tips and insight. I didn't include sterilizing the jars, I just took for granted that folks know to sterilize the jars before they put food in them. I don't boil my jars for sterilization. I put them in a 200 degree oven after washing them, first thing before I start cooking the food or jelly. They stay in the oven probably and hour or so until I am ready to pull one out to fill. I love this method my aunt showed me. I have no mess with the water and I know for sure the jars are sterile. cleanheart
  19. Hey, I just pulled out 1 of 3 turkeys I have in the freezer. So, on Weds. I'm going to cut it up and boil it with oinions, celery, garlic, and carrots. Then debone it and can it in quart jars for future use. I might half the meat and make turkey soup. cleanheart
  20. Oh, sure "snapshotmiki" I'll be glad to. Here it is: KUTZU BLOSSOM JELLY 4 cups blossoms DO NOT DOUBLE RECIPE!! Everytime I've tried,it didn't turn out and I had syrup. 4 cups boiling water 1 tablespoon lemon juice 1 pkg. pectin 5 cups sugar 4-6 half pints 1. Measure then wash blossoms in colander - gently. 2. Put blossoms in large bowl or 1/2 gal. pitcher. 3. Pour 4 cups of boiling water and refirgerate 8 hrs. or overnight. 4. Strain liquid and discard blossoms. Liquid will be grayish in color. 5. Pour liquid in a med
  21. I'm too top heavy there to make my own bra. I am making my own pads though. If interested, go to www.ladyrinth.net or www. clothpads.org or www.hillbillyhousewife.com then homemade Sanitary pads. or www.hagrag.com Hope this helps. cleanheart
  22. Hey Everybody!! Living here in AL, we have soooo much Kutzu on our property, and it's blooming, that I'm making Kutzu Blossom Jelly. It's the color of grape jelly and tastes like it as well. Also, we eat the tender leaves like spinach. It's very goood and it taste like green beans. Also I make baskets out of the vines, and paper out of the tough leaves, and make nice greeting cards out of it. Kutzu also makes a nice soap. But today, I'm making Kutzu Blossom Jelly. cleanheart
  23. WELCOME TINA!!! No, I don't blog. It seems to me to be a time hog. I do like reading others. I'm off to check your's out. cleanheart
  24. OH, WELCOME!!! Glad you join us. cleanheart
  25. WELCOME coM. I look forward learning from you. cleanheart
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