Salt & Pepper Cellar Lids (Magnolia)

You Could also engrave “Salt and Pepper” in the Lids

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I love this I have these and will be great!!

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Love the cellars. Speaking of the pioneers not worrying about food safety…
IN THE AMERICA OF 1787, BIG FAMILIES ARE THE NORM AND LIFE EXPECTANCY IS 38
maybe they should have. :grin:

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Back in the 1700’s most Americans grew their own food, hunted and fished. Life was rough since all work was manual, building your home, farming, etc. Then there was the “indentured servants” or slaves that didn’t live long. The reason for being so low had very little to do with the food, there was new sickness and diseases they weren’t prepared for and was mainly due to infant mortality and early childhood deaths. Medical care was basically non existent.

We eat the same foods they ate back then, the only difference now is the additives we put in that are more detrimental than the food itself. All my vegetables are home grown and contain no additives and taste much better.

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I really enjoyed this article.

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that’s better than the originals! :smiley:

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Absolutely love this! Really inspiring as I’m always trying to think of practical ways to use my Glowforge.

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Love this helpful and informative way you put the steps together!

Thank you for that :hugs:

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Fantastic! They look like they came that way. Love the wood look.

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