Today is the first day of work after the Food Forest Workshop at the Holler Homestead. We had a great time with everyone and learned some unexpected things while here. Today is a recap of what we learned from trimming tree roots to shucking oysters.
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A word on next week - LFTN: The Lost Episode
Tales from the Prepper Pantry
Weekly Shopping Report
Frugality Tip From Alan
My Frugal tip, that many, including myself often overlook, is simply when you have a problem, don't assume it is too complicated or you won't understand.
Google what you know or go to YouTube and search for it and then learn a little, the task or repair or remediation might be easier than you think.
Try asking the question with more and less details will sometimes help get you to an answer.
So when your dryer is making noise, or your refrigerator is not working or your mower is not starting or your faucet is dripping, you may find the remedy is simpler then you thought.
Or you may look into it and realize that you need help, but either way you will be better informed to make wise decisions.
Main topic of the Show: Food Forest Installation
Also, Andy makes GREAT eggs benedict and Melissa can knock out some chili and German Chocolate cake.
Make it a great week!
GUYS! Don’t forget about the cookbook, Cook With What You Have by Nicole Sauce and Mama Sauce.