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{Equipment} 1 Spring-type Clothespin 1 Vinyl Tube, ¼" or more wide and at least 3 feet long 1 jar or container large enough to put the skim milk in. {Directions} •Put a jar of milk where the cream has risen to the top on a high surface, such as a counter or table. •Place the empty jar on a chair or on the ground (depending on how long your tube is.) •Slip one end of the tube down into the milk until it hits the bottom. (I like it close the the bottom "corner" of the bottle so I can watch it at the end. •Create suction to draw the milk through the tube. •Place the tube into the empty jar and allow the skimmed milk to flow. •Clip the tube to the rim of the milk jar so you don't have to hold it and walk away!

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~Week Four~

1/22- No photos at all… we had a wonderfully full day, blessed with much fellowship. Quite out of character for most photographers, I never, ever take my camera with me … Continue Reading →


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~Looking Ahead~

Last year was certainly full of challenges and blessings, but it is the challenges that are beginning to shape the vision I have for our upcoming year at Reformation Acres. … Continue Reading →


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