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Issue #122

March/April, 2010

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DEPARTMENTS
6  Editor's Note

7  Editorial:
      An assessment of America from Russia

60  Ask Jackie:
      Grinding buckwheat, raising feeder geese, making butter, processing venison, etc.

65  Ayoob on Firearms:
      Spare firearms

51  Irreverent joke page

71  Product review:
      Ed Brown Custom Massad Ayoob Signature Model .45

82  Letters

86  Classified ads (pdf)

86  Classified advertising form

88   Advertiser Index

89-94   BHM anthologies, CD-ROMs, & books

95-96  Order form/Subscription Info

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Cover 122
ABOUT THE COVER
This issue's cover is another by our longtime artist, Don Childers. As a model he used the photo of a bucket of red potatoes that leads Alice Yeager's article, Gardening is good for you, beginning on page 24. The medium Don used was an opaque watercolor paint, called gouache, on Crescent No. 99 Cold Press illustration board. Don's covers continue to dazzle and delight our readers.
FEATURES

Self-reliance

8  Emergency and backwoods water treatment: Part 1
By Tim Thorstenson

30  Six thoughts about werk! when building at Last Chance Gulch
By Claire Wolfe

52  Your kitchen pharmacy
By Rebekah L. Cowell

56  Beat supermarket psychology and save
By Karen Zlattner

Food and recipes

36  Vegetarian and semi-vegetarian
By Richard Blunt

Farm and garden

20  The $1 garden
By Jonathan Nunan

24  Gardening is good for you
By Alice Yeager

28  Grow potatoes in hay
By Dianna Simms

46  Bovine basics for beginners
By Patrice Lewis

Making a living

59  Nicole Jarvis: Vegetable gardener
By Sylvia Gist

History/Americana

72  A quick tour of hyperinflation and the possible consequences for America
By John Silveira



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