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Homesteading and Survival: Read over 100 ways to make money from home off of your land and earn a living from your homestead!

Homesteading and Survival: Read over 100 ways to make money from home off of your land and earn a living from your homestead!

Baked Beans from Scratch via Valerie's Kitchen. This looks perfect - start with dried or canned beans, use a ham bone or just diced bacon.

First-rate fire starters: Pack sawdust into paper muffin cups or a cardboard egg carton. Melt old candles or paraffin, pour over the sawdust & allow to cool. Burn slow when lit but make great starters for a fireplace or campfire.

With winter comes cooler weather and nothing says Christmas and the holiday season quite like a crackling fire in the fireplace. Stop wasting matches and get one started every time with these DIY fire starters.

How to Make a Waterproof Fire Starter. This video will show you how to make a waterproof fire starter that is convenient to carry around with a little bit of vaseline and cotton balls.