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How to pamper a chicken

How to pamper a chicken
This week: How To Pamper A Chicken.

How to blow-dry a chicken

How to blow-dry a chicken
Ever tried to blow-dry a chicken? Nope, nor me. But that would never discourage my wife Linda if she thinks it’s going to help...

Solar power – a new way to benefit

Solar power – a new way to benefit
Unused solar power can now be diverted to give you hot water...and you'll still get paid for feeding it into the grid!

Review: Hot Beds

Review: Hot Beds
Think that hot beds were a Victorian gimmick? Think again!

Solar Power – one year after installing PV cells

Solar Power – one year after installing PV cells
Falling installation costs mean that PV solar cells are still a sound investment

How to use security lighting correctly

How to use security lighting correctly
Why most security lights don't deliver much security

Seed saving for beginners – saving French bean seeds

Seed saving for beginners – saving French bean seeds
Saving seeds from your climbing and bush ('French') bean plants is so easy there's really no excuse not to.

wine making: how to filter wine

wine making: how to filter wine
Home made wine can be filtered to improve its clarity, but not to remove cloudiness or hazes.

Seed saving for beginners – saving tomato seeds

Seed saving for beginners – saving tomato seeds
It’s incredibly easy to save tomato seeds because the flower pollinates itself as it opens, so crosses are rare.

Home Brew How To: Beer kits for beginners

Home Brew How To: Beer kits for beginners
Home brew beer kits are ideal for beginners, because all the hard work has been done for you.

Home Brew How To: An introduction to home beer making

Home Brew How To: An introduction to home beer making
Home brewing beer is gaining in popularity - and small wonder, from just 37 pence a pint

Seed saving for beginners – saving lettuce seeds

Seed saving for beginners – saving lettuce seeds
Lettuce is easy to save seed from, provided you have room (and a little patience)
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