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  1. How to make your own BBQ sauce

    How to make your own BBQ sauce

    How to make your own BBQ sauce
    Good barbecue requires a healthy cut of meat and a great spice rub, but for some, it all comes down to the sauce. That smokey meat isn’t complete until it’s slathered in a sticky, finger-licking sauce.  There are a plethora of big name brand sauces out there, but why not kick your cooking up a notch this summer and make...
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  2. Shooting is fun, but remember safe gun handling

    Shooting is fun, but remember safe gun handling

    Shooting is fun, but remember safe gun handling
    They’re not buying them to store in a closet. Interest in firearms skyrocketed in America in recent years. More firearms were sold in the past decade than in any similar period. Statistics show many of those people making purchases are first-time gun buyers. And they want to pull the trigger. According to a study commissioned by the National Shooting Sports...
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  3. How to make perfect hard-boiled eggs every time

    How to make perfect hard-boiled eggs every time

    How to make perfect hard-boiled eggs every time
    Making hard-boiled eggs is a simple kitchen task that even the most-skilled home cook manages to mess up once in a while. Whether you overcomplicate it or accidentally skip some steps, it’s a skill that can get a little rusty if only practiced once or twice a year. You crack open your shells only to find rubbery whites and green-tinged...
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  4. Tips on choosing the right sleeping bag

    Tips on choosing the right sleeping bag

    Tips on choosing the right sleeping bag
    There’s a reason we have a saying that refers to “happy campers.” As in, if someone’s cranky, they’re “not a happy camper.” Blame their bag. One of the real keys to enjoying multiple, consecutive days outdoors is getting a good night’s rest. No matter their enthusiasm level going into an adventure, the person who goes one or more nights without...
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  5. Properly dispose of old fishing line

    Properly dispose of old fishing line

    Properly dispose of old fishing line
    It is, by design, supposed to be rugged and long lasting. And it certainly is. That’s what makes it so dangerous, in a sense. Monofilament fishing lasts a long, long, long time in the environment. Unfortunately, animals – from birds to turtles and more – sometimes get caught in discarded line. And the results can be deadly. An example comes...
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  6. A birdbath key to enjoying winter wildlife

    A birdbath key to enjoying winter wildlife

    A birdbath key to enjoying winter wildlife
    So, you are a fan of watching birds. Well, know this: you are not alone. According to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, each year more than 45 million Americans watch birds. They contribute nearly $80 billion to the nation’s economy in the process. Some people travel to do their bird watching, taking eco-tourism-type vacations. Most, though, stay right around...
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  7. Shed hunting for antlers a fun winter activity

    Shed hunting for antlers a fun winter activity

    Shed hunting for antlers a fun winter activity
    It’s a lesson deer hunters – and hunters of all kinds really – learn early on. Don’t look for entire animals. It’s smaller things, like the horizontal line of a deer’s back, the black of a rabbit’s eye, the nervous twitch of a squirrel’s tail, that most often give an animal away. So it is with antlers. Shed hunting –...
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  8. Build a bug hotel to help native pollinators

    Build a bug hotel to help native pollinators

    Build a bug hotel to help native pollinators
    Most gardeners have heard that honeybees are in trouble. Gardeners are planting lot of pollinator plants in hopes of helping them, which is great. Native bees are also struggling, and many are much better pollinators than the non-native European honeybee. Here’s an easy project for gardeners of all ages and a great one for kids that will teach them about...
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  9. How to make your own Everything bagel seasoning

    How to make your own Everything bagel seasoning

    How to make your own Everything bagel seasoning
    Have you heard the hype about Everything bagel seasoning? In just a few years, the seasoning mixture went from bagel topping obscurity to enhancing the hottest menu items at of-the-moment eateries nationwide.  Still not sure what the fuss is about?  Everything bagel seasoning has been building a major following of Trader Joe’s shoppers. The popular grocery store stocks jars of...
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  10. How to make your own healthy non-dairy coffee creamer

    How to make your own healthy non-dairy coffee creamer

    How to make your own healthy non-dairy coffee creamer
      Your first cup of coffee is a necessity to get your morning moving — and you know just how you like it. While some people prefer black coffee, most of us like something much paler and loaded with flavor. But store-bought coffee creamers have tons of sugar and fat, not to mention countless scary, preservatives and dyes. Get a...
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