Henrik Thronsen

Henrik Thronsen

Henrik Thronsen
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Backpacking Stoves

Backpacking Stoves

Portable Military Camping Wood Stove Tent Heater

Portable Military Camping Wood Stove Tent Heater

Back in October Lauren and I were planning a party and I decided that I was going to do the... Continue reading »

Back in October Lauren and I were planning a party and I decided that I was going to do the... Continue reading »

SWALLOW THIS, FALL ASLEEP ALMOST INSTANTLY, STAY ASLEEP, AND WAKE UP REFRESHED

SWALLOW THIS, FALL ASLEEP ALMOST INSTANTLY, STAY ASLEEP, AND WAKE UP REFRESHED

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This homemade natural ginger ale recipe uses a culture to create a traditional fermented drink that contains probiotics and enzymes.

This homemade natural ginger ale recipe uses a culture to create a traditional fermented drink that contains probiotics and enzymes.

Fermented Garlic is a powerful antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral and probiotic. Learn how to make your own fermented garlic.

Fermented Garlic is a powerful antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral and probiotic. Learn how to make your own fermented garlic.

How to make kefir and what is kefir - thecrunchymoose.com

How to make kefir and what is kefir - thecrunchymoose.com

Although many foods will last for decades when stored properly (wheat, beans, pasta, etc.), there are some foods that last forever.

Although many foods will last for decades when stored properly (wheat, beans, pasta, etc.), there are some foods that last forever.

For those new to the world of Indian cooking, you may not have heard the word "Ghee" before.  For "preppers" though, the term should be very familiar.  A major ingredient used in much of Indian cooking is a special type of clarified butter called "Ghee." Today, it's actually quite difficult to find affordable, high quality ghee in the stores.  In many cases checking the label of the "ghee" you'll find that it's made with vegetable oils an...

For those new to the world of Indian cooking, you may not have heard the word "Ghee" before. For "preppers" though, the term should be very familiar. A major ingredient used in much of Indian cooking is a special type of clarified butter called "Ghee." Today, it's actually quite difficult to find affordable, high quality ghee in the stores. In many cases checking the label of the "ghee" you'll find that it's made with vegetable oils an...