Saturday, February 7, 2015

January Links We Love

The internet is a tremendous place for connecting rabid information consumers with useful information products like German a capella, groundhog videos, and even homesteading information.  We try to do a little of both rabidly consuming and usefully producing, but our brains are becoming full and we need a place to keep track of homesteading info we want to refer back to later on.  Hence, a new monthly collection of links we love.  Here's links we love that we found in January.  Hope you like them as much as we did!

Eating dried scarlet runner beans
Pear root stock compatibility
High-density sugar maples for sap
Super sweet sugar maples
Best tree species for Shiitake logs
Is it safe to use cinder blocks or red bricks in ovens?
Don't forget to use the phrase 'riding bodkin'
Planning forest garden hedgerows

Furoshiki (clever ways to wrap stuff in a piece of cloth)
Solar-powered grain mill
How to age wood (for when you want to pay for new wood *and* the materials to make it look old...or if you're just interested in the chemistry that's going on)
Keeping rosemary alive indoors
How the Hencam works
Blizzard time-lapse video
How 'jaywalking' became a crime
Dried greens for winter nutrition

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