In these videos I show you the process by which I dug and constructed our homestead root cellar. I hope you enjoy it as it was enjoyable to do it.
One more video to come when it's all back filled and completed, stay tuned.
I bought a hot pot cooker that is low watt, for using with our little generator. It's low watt but cooks hot! It's awesome for tiny house, off grid, van life etc. Check it out by clicking the button below to see it.
In this video brother James shares how it's wise to store up extra seeds that you like to grow to have for the future and to share with others.
,When you have a homestead in the middle of the forest, you want to make sure you don't have trees too close to your house in case of terrible storms taking them down and on your roof. In this case there was a tree too close to the root cellar so I dropped it. I'll mill it for planks, cut for firewood and the sawdust will be used for compost. Praise God for giving us so many uses from one tree!
Check out the solar cooking video sister Deb made using our homemade solar cooker here on the homestead. Click the button below.
Check out the video I made about how to make a mason jar solar cooker. Click the button below to go to our van dweller page and see it.
In this video sister Deb and I show you how we make a simple apple cider vinegar drink that is great in homestead or van life. It's inexpensive, easy to make and very healthy. Try it out for yourself.
Brother James and I made a video for my Titus 2 area for sisters and thought it would be good to put here also. We made a video about how we recycle some of our containers and talk about being frugal so as to be good stewards of what the Lord has given us. Click the button below to go there and see!
In this video I show you how, on the homestead, I preserve trim wood, (inexpensively) by using recycle motor oil and diesel fuel. Using this method you can create a good wood preservative for less than $5 gallon.