More Forgotten Skills of Self-Sufficiency

  • Title: More Forgotten Skills of Self-Sufficiency
  • Author: Caleb Warnock
  • ISBN: 9781462113439
  • Page: 301
  • Format: Paperback
  • More Forgotten Skills of Self Sufficiency Bestselling author Caleb Warnock is back with a new collection of skills to help your family gain independence and self reliance Learn about self seeding vegetables keep chickens without ever buying
    Bestselling author Caleb Warnock is back with a new collection of skills to help your family gain independence and self reliance Learn about self seeding vegetables, keep chickens without ever buying feed, collect water from rain and snow, find wild vege

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      Published :2019-03-19T19:42:38+00:00

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    1. As always, Caleb inspires me to try something new. I may try making my own laundry detergent, I already sharpen my own razor, and I love reading about his gardening tips and seed saving. There is a lot of promotion of his seed business and his gardening tips are Utah specific (one reason I like him and purchase his books for reference), but may not be as useful outside the Wasatch Front. I will of course try some of his recommended seeds. He almost persuades me to raise chickens, but after a coo [...]

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    2. I stumbled upon this book at the library and I'm so glad I did. Unfortunately my library doesn't have the first book. This book references the first book a few times. This author talks about so much: how to make laundry soap, rain and snow collection, and general self-sufficiency. This is not a prepper book. It's mostly a book on gardening all year round with food and flowers. The author has a good sense of humor he includes in his writing and shares his personal pictures of family and his garde [...]

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    3. There are tons of useful tips in this book. I think the author comes off a bit self-righteous, but I totally agree with his way of thinking about being prepared. It is not about buying 40 cans of food storage and then calling it good. It is learning how to live off the land and live with what you have. I am inspired to try winter gardening (maybe not this year) so I will have to get my hands on his book on the subject. I am also going to try his method of sharpening disposable razors. Who knew?

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    4. Lots of ideas, lots of opinions. I take it with a grain of salt, but the soap recipes and gardening information are solid.

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    5. Our family is becoming much more self- sufficient as of late learning how to can and dehydrate what we plant in our garden. We've also begun planting perrennials instead of annuals and our raspberry, strawberry blackberry and mint bushes come back each year. I genuinely enjoyed Caleb Warnock's tips to help us apply useful knowledge and become more like the pioneers, able to survive with what they had on a harsh land. This is the first book I have read by Warnock and will be buying or checking ou [...]

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    6. I liked this book more than the first book from this author. There are a few specific ideas I want to try. The last third of the book about winter gardening and raised bed boxes I didn't enjoy quite as much. The best part was his overview about being prepared and what being self-sufficient really means. I love the idea how he can eat every day from his garden, I would love to be able to do that. I like his views on a variety of topics.

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    7. Great Book, I need to re-read the first one again. Tons of great info for anyone who wants to save money or prepare for the zombie apocalypse. Seriously though, even if you only enjoy gardening, this book is awesome.

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    8. Nice style. Very informative. He makes me want to read more of his stuff and try out his techniques.

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    9. Great advice for the home gardener. I totally agree with his philosophy and want to implement his approach in my own yard.

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    10. This book is better than the first with a long term self-sufficiency perspective, instead of just being prepared. Great to get thinking about possibilities for own self-sufficiency!

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