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General Homesteading Topics • Re: Storeing Oil / Lard

September 30, 2017 farmer_dude48 0

I have a question about storing Lard. I bought a different brand of lard and I noticed on the label it said Hydrogenated Lard and it also has a use by date. The other brand of Lard we use doesn’t have either. Can somebody tell me what the difference would ? :?

Thanks

Statistics: Posted by farmer_dude48 — Sat Sep 30, 2017 10:50 am


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A.N.T.S. • Re: Where do you Draw the Line on Providing for the Family

September 9, 2017 farmer_dude48 0

I have been a prepper since before y2k. I just didn’t realize that was what it was called at the time. I remember my grand parents always having a garden and canning things and that’s what I wanted to do. I try and talk to my BIL and SIL about prepping and storing food and water and they look at me kinda funny my kids are the same way . I was even told by a step daughter why should she buy water when the store on the corner always has it…. If God forbid shtf they will be on their own I will not take care of them if they won’t try and take care of there selves .. I know it sounds harsh but they don’t think anything bad will happen to them

Statistics: Posted by farmer_dude48 — Sat Sep 09, 2017 11:09 am


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A.N.T.S. • Re: Where do you Draw the Line on Providing for the Family

September 9, 2017 farmer_dude48 0

I have been a prepper since before y2k. I just didn’t realize that was what it was called at the time. I remember my grand parents always having a garden and canning things and that’s what I wanted to do. I try and talk to my BIL and SIL about prepping and storing food and water and they look at me kinda funny my kids are the same way . I was even told by a step daughter why should she buy water when the store on the corner always has it…. If God forbid shtf they will be on their own I will not take care of them if they won’t try and take care of there selves .. I know it sounds harsh but they don’t think anything bad will happen to them

Statistics: Posted by farmer_dude48 — Sat Sep 09, 2017 11:09 am


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A.N.T.S. • Re: Where do you Draw the Line on Providing for the Family

September 9, 2017 farmer_dude48 0

I have been a prepper since before y2k. I just didn’t realize that was what it was called at the time. I remember my grand parents always having a garden and canning things and that’s what I wanted to do. I try and talk to my BIL and SIL about prepping and storing food and water and they look at me kinda funny my kids are the same way . I was even told by a step daughter why should she buy water when the store on the corner always has it…. If God forbid shtf they will be on their own I will not take care of them if they won’t try and take care of there selves .. I know it sounds harsh but they don’t think anything bad will happen to them

Statistics: Posted by farmer_dude48 — Sat Sep 09, 2017 11:09 am


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Natural Disasters • Re: Atlantic (Hurricane Irma)

September 9, 2017 farmer_dude48 0

Our friend got back to Indiana from St.Pete last night. They told the wife that it took 18 hrs to go 200 miles and were only allowed 10 gal of gas at a time.. I tried to get them to leave a couple of days before and was told it would be ok Irma wasn’t going to be that bad.. Can’t fix stupid

Statistics: Posted by farmer_dude48 — Sat Sep 09, 2017 10:49 am


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Natural Disasters • Re: Atlantic (Hurricane Irma)

September 9, 2017 farmer_dude48 0

Our friend got back to Indiana from St.Pete last night. They told the wife that it took 18 hrs to go 200 miles and were only allowed 10 gal of gas at a time.. I tried to get them to leave a couple of days before and was told it would be ok Irma wasn’t going to be that bad.. Can’t fix stupid

Statistics: Posted by farmer_dude48 — Sat Sep 09, 2017 10:49 am


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Natural Disasters • Re: Atlantic (Hurricane Irma)

September 9, 2017 farmer_dude48 0

Our friend got back to Indiana from St.Pete last night. They told the wife that it took 18 hrs to go 200 miles and were only allowed 10 gal of gas at a time.. I tried to get them to leave a couple of days before and was told it would be ok Irma wasn’t going to be that bad.. Can’t fix stupid

Statistics: Posted by farmer_dude48 — Sat Sep 09, 2017 10:49 am


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Physical Fitness • Re: What diet one should follow to stay fit.

August 28, 2017 farmer_dude48 0

Stay away from the MacDonalds places like that if you can. I’m still fat or over weight however you would like to look at it , working out is key splitting wood by hand instead of wood splitter, push mowing, working in the garden and this is going to hit all of us… Get out of the chair and away from the computer go outside and try sweating.

Eat what you grow

Statistics: Posted by farmer_dude48 — Mon Aug 28, 2017 1:41 pm


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Physical Fitness • Re: What diet one should follow to stay fit.

August 28, 2017 farmer_dude48 0

Stay away from the MacDonalds places like that if you can. I’m still fat or over weight however you would like to look at it , working out is key splitting wood by hand instead of wood splitter, push mowing, working in the garden and this is going to hit all of us… Get out of the chair and away from the computer go outside and try sweating.

Eat what you grow

Statistics: Posted by farmer_dude48 — Mon Aug 28, 2017 1:41 pm


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Physical Fitness • Re: What diet one should follow to stay fit.

August 28, 2017 farmer_dude48 0

Stay away from the MacDonalds places like that if you can. I’m still fat or over weight however you would like to look at it , working out is key splitting wood by hand instead of wood splitter, push mowing, working in the garden and this is going to hit all of us… Get out of the chair and away from the computer go outside and try sweating.

Eat what you grow

Statistics: Posted by farmer_dude48 — Mon Aug 28, 2017 1:41 pm