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  • Challah Bun Recipe
    This challah bun recipe is very easy to make! I’ll show you how to make the dough (which you can use to make buns or loaves). We’ll make a simple challah bun and then, if you want to get a bit more creative, we’ll show you how to make different designs of challah buns. A …

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  • Chicken Gizzard Recipe
    This chicken gizzard recipe is shared with you straight from my mother’s kitchen in Israel. It’s a dish that we grew up eating, a delicious meal made with a not so common, yet precious ingredient! For some reason, organ meat isn’t a very popular ingredient in American cuisine. Here in the South, I can sometimes …

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  • The Cheapest Way to Pave a Driveway
    If you’ve ever had to install a new driveway on a piece of land (or redo an existing driveway) you know how expensive this project can be. In this post, I’ll share with you the cheapest way to pave a driveway. We saved a lot of money using this method! Forget everything you know about …

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  • 4 Techniques for Grafting Fruit Trees
    In this post, we are going to go over 4 different techniques for grafting fruit trees. Can you imagine one tree giving you two, three, or even four different kinds of fruit!? Aside from how interesting and beautiful it can be, there are many benefits to this and in many cases grafting can save a …

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  • Moving a Garden Shed the Redneck Way
    Moving a garden shed can be a bit tricky but it’s possible. You might need a few tools and some creativity, however, you can save yourself a lot of money by doing it yourself. This blog post is very old. I tried to update it the best I can and chose to leave it here …

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Hi! I’m Lee Traister, a.k.a Lady Lee. I help homesteaders simplify their homesteading journey while still producing a ton of food! I am a single mother of four, I was born in Israel and raised in an agricultural commune called a Kibbutz. Now I homestead in central NC.

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