DIY Stain Remover

DIY Oil and Grease Stain Removing


Have you ever gotten a grease stain or a oil stain on your clothes that no matter how many times you wash them, they justnot come out? Every time I cook bacon, I seem to get some sort of oil or grease stain on my shirt or pants, or I will just get a stain from just about anything. 

If I am working on my car, I always seem to get stains when I am wearing clothes that I never inteded to get stained, but when I am wearing old clothes that I dont care about they always seem to be pristine. 

Grilling stuff or when I am making ranch dressing especially for pizza's, I seem to get stains from stuff dripping onto my shirts. 

Here is a extremely easy way to remove the stubborn stains without having to go out to the store and buy some sort of new stain stick that sometimes does not work, and you probably have everything that you need to remove the stain anyways. 


I use liquid dish soap and a old toothbrush

Simply put some liquid dish soap on the stain and use the toothbrush to work it in, then put the clothing aside for 5 or 6 days then wash it. If by some chance the stain does not come out, try it one more time by working in the dish soap then letting it sit for a week. If by the 2nd time it does not come out, then the chance of it coming out might be fairly slim. You can try it more times if you want, but so far I have not had the need to do this more than 2 or 3 times (for extremely stubborn stains)

Below is a video of what I do. 


Gluten Free, Keto Friendly, Low Carb, Crustless Cheesecake


Gluten Free, Keto Friendly, Low Carb, Cheesecake


Here is a recipe for a basic, low carb,gluten free, keto friendly cheesecake. This is a no-thrills cheesecake, not much to it and simple to make. You can modify this to have the different flavorings in it if you want such as chocolate, fruit, seasonings, etc..





  1. Grease a pie plate
  2. preheat the oven to 350 degrees
  3. In a bowl, add the cream cheese and cream them using a handheld mixer or a kitchenaid mixer until it has a nice creamy consitency. 
  4. add the Splenda, sucralosestevia or Erythritol , vanilla extract and continue to mix for a few more minutes. 
  5. Add one egg at a time and mix for about a minute after adding each egg. 
  6. Pour into the greased pie plate
  7. bake for about 45 - 50 minutes. 
  8. Let it cool and serve. Add toppings if you do not like the taste of plain cheesecake. 


Cordless, Mobile Dehumidifiers




These cordless dehumidifiers are greatfor in gun safes, ammo containers, hunting supplies, keeping sealed containers dry, keeping moisture out of your important documents and many more. 


In the video below, I go over how these work and how to recharge them. They have so many different uses, to which I have 3 of them and 2 will usually travel with me in my air tight hunting containers to keep my hunting supplies dry. It is even better that I can easily recharge these.











Gluten Free, Keto Friendly, Low Carb, Ham and Egg Bake

Gluten free, Keto Friendly, Low Carb Ham and Egg Bake

In my quest to find a replacement for the Ham and Egg bake that my family loves to have for breakfast in the AM, i decidedto take out the high carb ingredient (potatoes) and replace it with a low carb alternative (cauliflower). This needed to cook longer than a traditional egg bake does, possibly due to the extra water in the cauliflower, but it still turned out to be good. I did not put any "seasoning" on this, but some ground pepper seemed to compliment this fairly well. 

If ham is not your thing, you can certainly replace the ham with another protein source, or you can leave it out all together. I have used turkey ham from time to time when is on sale and cheaper than the regular ham product. 

Gluten free, Keto Friendly, Low Carb Ham and Egg Bake


Gluten free, Keto Friendly, Low Carb Ham and Egg Bake



  • 12 eggs
  • 3-4 cups chopped ham or turkey ham
  • 1 head of cauliflower cut up into small pieces
  • 1 cup of heavy whipping cream
  • about 2 cups of shredded cheese. 



  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees
  2. Cut the caulilower up into small pieces
  3. Place the cauliflower into a 9x13 pan and drizzle with some olive oil
  4. Cook in the oven for about 10 - 20 minutes to soften up the cauliflower. 
  5. While the cauliflower is cooking, in a medium bowl add the eggs and the heavy whipping cream (can also use almond milk) and mix together using a immersion blender or a handheld blender. 
  6. Chop the ham or turkey ham into bit size pices.
  7. Once the cauliflower is done cooking, let it cool for a bit (unless you plan to make the casserole right away)
  8. add the ham and 1/2 the cheese into the cauliflower and mix well. 
  9. Add the egg mixture to the 9x13 pan, then top with the rest of the cheese
  10. Cover with aluminum foil and bake for 30 - 45 minutes. 
  11. Remove the aluminum foil and bake for an additonal 45 minutes. Check the casserole at the end of the 45 minutes to make sure that all the eggs are cooked. If they are not fully cooked, cook for an additional 20 - 30 minutes. 
  12. Check the eggs about every 15 minutes to see if the eggs are done or not.


The KrisAnne Hall Show - Civil Asset Forfeiture

This is another podcast from one of the many podcasts that I like to listen to. This one is from the KrisAnne Hall Show, definately worth a listen! If you like what she says, she does do FREE speaking events! Just check out her website at

Civil Asset Forfeiture

"Civil Asset Forfeiture02/27/2017 -

Seizing property without due process. Does this sound like something that anyone in their right mind should accept as a legitimate function of government? Maybe a tyrannical government, but certainly not a government built in the principles of liberty as ours is. Yet this is exactly what we have. Among the natural rights of the […]

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The Jason Stapleton Program - 549: Delta's Profit Motive Beats Government Good Intentions

This is another podcast from one of the many podcasts that I like to listen to. This one is from the Jason Stapleton Program, definately worth a listen!

549: Delta's Profit Motive Beats Government Good Intentions


Do you ever wonder why government inefficiencies never seem to get fixed? The TSA has, from its inception, been plagued with problems. From long lines and employee, malfeasance to cost overruns. Everyone hates the TSA. Even if you're sympathetic to the workers, you can't help but curse under your breath every time you're forced to stand in a 30-minute line before being stripped and scanned.

Why don't these problems get solved? It has to do with incentives. What incentive does the TSA have to improve their processes and provide a better experience? The answer is zero. The TSA gets its funding from the government. They have no direct responsibility to you. If you're unhappy with your experience, you can't pick a different screening provider the next time. Nor can you withhold your money by choosing to travel by car or train. The TSA is going to get paid no matter what.

The only incentive the TSA has is to make sure they always follow the make sure the line keeps moving and the laptops come out of the bags.

Contrast this with the private sector who have a profit motive with everything they do. Yes, the GREEDY corporation only concerned with its own bottom line. Delta, one such company, just did what the TSA has been unable to do since its formation. It solved the wait times at the Atlanta airport.

By investing its own money it signal handily cut wait times by up to 90%. How could this be? Simple, they wanted to make more money, and they were tired of spending millions to rebook unhappy passengers due to missed flights and TSA inefficiencies.

The desire for profit pushes companies to be as efficient and consumer friendly as possible. A free market, consisting of competing companies, helps to drive down costs while creating a better quality product. This is something you will never see in a government run monopoly.

We can learn a lot from Delta and the TSA. These lessons apply to a host of problems America now faces from education to Obamacare.



Gluten Free, Keto Friendly, Low Carb, Almond Flour Pizza Crust # 3


Making pizza crusts that are not only gluten free, but also keto friendly (low carb) can be tricky sometimes but once you find what works,you can tinker here and there to find different variations that definatly work. The almond flour crusts are no exception here as I have about 3 or 4 different variations of the almond flour crust and I have about 7 or 8 different pizza crusts that fit both diets. This latest one is one that the whole family for sure likes, and it like the rest will be one that is only requested once in a while once people get too much of it, but to have as many pizza crusts as I do for sure help. 



This one is different, yet good. The setup for this is quite easy and it bakes quite nice also. My wife likes this one probably the best next to the cream cheese pizza crust and my daughter seems to like it also. They both say that this one is not nearly as greasy as the other ones


This is one of the crusts that you will want to par bake first, and you will for sure want to bake it onto a sheet of parchment paper on your pizza pan to prevent it from sticking.




  1. Preheat the oven to 350 to 375 degrees
  2. Melt the cheese in a bowl for about 60 - 90 seconds. 
  3. Add all the ingredients into a bowl.
  4. Using a handheld mixer mix up the ingredients until it starts to resemble dough. 
  5. Get out a 14 or 16 inch pizza pan and line it with parchment paper
  6. Place the dough on top of the parchment paper and then place some clear plastic wrap on top to prevent sticking
  7. Press out the dough using your hands with the clear plastic wrap on top of the dough still
  8. Once the dough is in the shape that you want it to be in, remove the clear plastic wrap and bake it in the oven for 15 to 20 minutes  or so. 
  9. Use your favorite pizza sauce and make your pizza. My favorite sauce is ranch dressing



Gluten Free, Keto Friendly, Low Carb, 90 Second Personal Cake


The image above does not do this justice, mainly because I am horrible at frosting things. The frosting department is usually done by my wife, as she will usually take over since I am so horrible at it. I just cannot seem to get this down no mater how hard I try to do at it. 

This is a very simple cake that uses the principles from the 90 second bread, and the 90 second strawberry short cake recipes to make a individual cake. This works in a pinch, just like the other ones do and this one can be made just for you if you go to a party that has cake at and you dont want to be left out. The super nice thing about this, is that you can make this at work!  All you need to do is bring some frosting with you, and the ingredients and you can actually bring this along and mae it in your break room at work!

In the video below I said that I used 1 tsp of baking powder, but that was wrong I used 3 teaspoons of baking powder




  1. Grease a small pyrex bowl or a coffee mug
  2. Mix all the ingredients into a bowl
  3. Cook in your microwave for 90 seconds. 
  4. Let cool for a while
  5. After it has cooled, frost it with the frosting and enjoy. 


Watch this video on Daily Motion -

Gluten Free, Keto Friendly, Low Carb, 90 second ice cream sandwich


One thing that I miss about doing gluten free, and low carb at the same time is Ice Cream Sandwiches. 

Here is a fairly good base for a ice cream sandwich that definatly works, especially if you make your own ice cream. If you need a recipe for a ice cream, I do have a recipe on how to make your own Keto Friendly, Low Carb, Gluten Free Ice Cream

If you have your own Ice Cream made up, or you bougt some, the sandwiches here only take 90 seconds as we are using the base for the 90 second bread, to which we modified to make the strawberry shortcakes. This recipe is fairly simple and the nice thing is that you can easily add more cooa powder, remove cooca powder if it is too much for you. You can also add more Erythritol if you want, or you can add more vanilla extract. You could even make the sandwiches and put low carb whipped cream in between and freeze that for a while. 


Here is how I made it. 



  1. Grease a small pyrex bowl or a coffee mug
  2. Mix all the ingredients into a bowl
  3. Cook in your microwave for 90 seconds. 
  4. Let cool for a while
  5. Cut in half and add some Keto Friendly, Low Carb, Gluten Free Ice Cream to the middle. 
  6. If you want, you can put it in the freezer for a bit to harden up the sandwich. 


Gluten Free, Keto Friendly, Low Carb, 90 second strawberry shortcake


90 second strawberry shortcake, yep, I said 90 second. 

This is bread that you can make in a coffee mug, a small pyrex bowl or something small like that. 

It comes out to about the size of 2 english muffins that are stacked on top of each other, but this bread is spongy unlike english muffin bread. When in a pinch, this is super easy to make and the uses of this bread are almost endless. This is the same concept as the 90 second bread, but this adds a few different flavors to it and when combined with 

You can add seasoning to the bred if you want to get rid of some of the eggy flavor


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