Today we’re going to show you how to brew ginger beer in a bucket. We’ve shown you the basics of brewing beer here, but it’s time for something slightly more complicated. Making your own ginger beer is well worth the effort, but if you don’t have time, there are a variety of delicious brands you can order online.
Sometimes things happen that require you to suddenly leave your house overnight and head elsewhere. It’s common for many people living in remote places to have a bug out bag ready, a bag filled with things they can use if they ever need to leave their house unexpectedly overnight.
Sometimes things around us go wrong overnight. When we find ourselves in such a situation, we wish we had prepared better. It’s best to prepare now, now that we still have the means to do so.
Over the years, we’ve shown you a lot of different ways that you can use five gallon buckets to live through potentially catastrophic situations. Here are a few of the most important ones we can recommend to you to check out:
Grow a potato farm in buckets. Compared to cereal grains, tubers like potatoes are relatively easy to grow and harvest without complex machinery. They’re ideal to grow when your main priority is survival.
Growing Sunchokes in a bucket. This is not just another potato-like crop to grow. Sunchokes contain a form of energy known as Inulin, which is broken down by bacteria in your gut. As a result, sunchokes can be eaten by diabetics as a form of emergency food when they don’t have access to insulin.
Growing your own Oyster mushrooms. Growing oyster mushrooms requires you to have some good substrate. If you can get this working, you can produce a lot of food from waste material like sawdust, without needing access to sunlight. You could grow food secretly in your own house, without anyone noticing.
If you have plants in your house that you want to keep hydrated while you’re on vacation, you could ask someone to enter your house every day to do it for you. Alternatively, you can use a rope or a shoelace. This is called wick watering. It involves making use of the capillary action of a piece of rope, where water can simply crawl upwards.
Look at the principle at work here:
All that’s necessary now is to place the rope near a pot with a plant. When you place the rope in the water, it will take a few hours for the rope to begin wicking out the water, so don’t expect to see water dripping immediately.
A good implementation of wick watering plants can be seen here:
Today we’re going to look at five different herbs you can grow in your own garden, that work against anxiety. Wouldn’t it be great to have a garden filled to the brim with buckets where you grow these herbs yourself? If one doesn’t work for you, another might!