Product Review: CocoDrill

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Yesterday, I wrote about how to use coconut meat to make coconut milk and coconut […]

Split Coconut

How To Make Coconut Milk (and Coconut Flour)

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We use a lot of coconut milk in our cooking. However, the […]

Muscovey Ducks – My Final Verdict

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I’ve done my share of learning about Muscovy ducks over the past two years, and have finally come to […]

A tray full of tasy goodness - Smoked Rabbit that is Golden Brown and Delicious.

Smoking Rabbit

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The only thing better than having a good friend with a smoker, is have TWO good friends with a smoker. Last week, my buddy […]

Quail Links

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Here are links to articles I’ve written regarding Quail, listed in chronological order, oldest to newest.
My choice in animals for “Urbansteading”
Birds (chickens, ducks, & quail)
Thinking about Raising Coturnix or Pharoah Quail?
What to do with thirty Quail Eggs
Revisiting My choice in animals for “Urbansteading”
Coturnix Quail (Yes, Again!)
Backyard Egg Options
Coturnix Quail for Homesteaders […]

Smoked Rabbit as a Grab n Go snack

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I work on the road, and have some tricky diet requirements. I eat “Paleo”, meaning that I consume zero grains, legume,s or refined sugars. Try finding fast food that doesn’t have any of that. So I tend to carry things along to get me through […]

Rabbit Jerky

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I love my rabbits. They offer me therapy, handling them and working with them each day is soothing to me. They offer me some of the best manure I can find for my gardens, allowing me to make my great soil in my raised beds even better. And of course, they […]

Homemade Ham

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My buddy BlueTang came through for me again.
I dropped off a couple pork buts at his place for him to turn into some magical piece of edible tastiness. The first one he simply smoked over cherry wood, and was fantastic. Every time I would pull it out of the fridge, not […]

Curry Powder from Preps and Making your own Hot Pepper Flakes

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The weather here has been beautiful, though the nights have been less so, and have been driving down the water temps. Since I spend a lot of my time during the week in the water, I feel the cold.
Last week, when the […]

Alternative uses for Papayas

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Remember when I wrote about my volunteer papaya tree?
How about them tasting like vomit?
Blech!
Well, as my papayas grow out and ripen, I’ve been cutting, smashing, or busting them open for the chickens to eat. The seem to like it, and that’s fine with me! At least I’m getting something […]