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baymule

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Hi! :frow joined the sister sites from BYC. Looking forward to learning more from SS :)
You will like it here. We are great enablers. Thanks to SS, I bought a Family Grain Mill, I can now make flour or cornmeal. Freshly milled whole wheat makes yummy bread and growing the corn, then making the cornmeal for cornbread is beyond awesome.

I also bought an All American pressure canner, had never heard of that brand. It is the only pressure canner made in America. It is a thick, heavy, finely machined and crafted piece of equipment. I named mine The Beast. I love The Beast! I canned for nearly 40 years with a canner that I was not wild about, sure wish I had found out about the All American sooner!

My dehydrator is a 9 tray Excalibur, WAAAAY better than the cheapo Walmart thing I did have. I can load it up with 50-ish sliced tomatoes for dehydrated tomatoes. They are great in winter salads or for snacks.

SS is a great site, there is so much to learn!
 

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Thank you all for the warm welcome :)
You will like it here. We are great enablers. Thanks to SS, I bought a Family Grain Mill, I can now make flour or cornmeal. Freshly milled whole wheat makes yummy bread and growing the corn, then making the cornmeal for cornbread is beyond awesome.

I also bought an All American pressure canner, had never heard of that brand. It is the only pressure canner made in America. It is a thick, heavy, finely machined and crafted piece of equipment. I named mine The Beast. I love The Beast! I canned for nearly 40 years with a canner that I was not wild about, sure wish I had found out about the All American sooner!

My dehydrator is a 9 tray Excalibur, WAAAAY better than the cheapo Walmart thing I did have. I can load it up with 50-ish sliced tomatoes for dehydrated tomatoes. They are great in winter salads or for snacks.

SS is a great site, there is so much to learn!
Wow! I knew you did a lot but my goodness Baymule, that's amazing and inspiring. I grew up in the city, always dreamed of living in the country with a couple cows and some chickens. DH supports my dreams but knowing me, he's more like "ok sweetheart. Whatever you say." Hahaha
Hopefully with researching over time, and getting a job, I'll be ready to take on all my crazy dreams.
 

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