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Best Dill Pickles EVER (Just like Clausen)  (Easy - No Canning!)  Ingredient list:      * 1 gallon cucumbers      * 1/3 cup dried minced onion       * 6 garlic cloves, peeled, and chopped small      * 1/2 tablespoon mustard seeds      * 6 heads fresh dill     * 1 1/2 quarts water      * 2 cups cider vinegar      * 1/2 cup canning salt  (do NOT use regular salt - use CANNING SALT)

Best Dill Pickles EVER (Just like Clausen) (Easy - No Canning!) Ingredient list: * 1 gallon cucumbers * 1/3 cup dried minced onion * 6 garlic cloves, peeled, and chopped small * 1/2 tablespoon mustard seeds * 6 heads fresh dill * 1 1/2 quarts water * 2 cups cider vinegar * 1/2 cup canning salt (do NOT use regular salt - use CANNING SALT)

Storing onions, garlic, and shallots in punched paper bags can keep them fresh for months. onions_storage2.jpg

How to Store Onions, Garlic & Shallots

Storing onions, garlic, and shallots in punched paper bags can keep them fresh for months. onions_storage2.jpg

Dwarf Bottlebrush (Callistemon citrinus 'Little John')   Finally found out what this guy is! I want to plant more of these to replace some of the ugly bushes by my front door.

Dwarf Bottlebrush (Callistemon citrinus 'Little John') Finally found out what this guy is! I want to plant more of these to replace some of the ugly bushes by my front door.

The Homestead Survival | Drip Systems for Gardens | http://thehomesteadsurvival.com

The Homestead Survival | Drip Systems for Gardens | http://thehomesteadsurvival.com

Mushrooms! Although there are fungal diseases that can be major turf and landscape concerns, mushrooms are no threat at all (aside from possibly being unsightly). If you have them in your yard, they’ve probably made their home on some large clumps of decaying grass clippings (the case pictured), old mulch or animal waste, or the underground, rotting remains of an old tree stump or roots. The only way to get rid of them is to remove whatever they’re feeding on and pick them in the meantime.

Mushrooms! Although there are fungal diseases that can be major turf and landscape concerns, mushrooms are no threat at all (aside from possibly being unsightly). If you have them in your yard, they’ve probably made their home on some large clumps of decaying grass clippings (the case pictured), old mulch or animal waste, or the underground, rotting remains of an old tree stump or roots. The only way to get rid of them is to remove whatever they’re feeding on and pick them in the meantime.

God has given us two hands, one to receive with and the other to give with ♥ ♥

God has given us two hands, one to receive with and the other to give with ♥ ♥

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