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Living Homegrown Podcast - LivingHomegrown.comLiving Homegrown Podcast:

This weekly podcast is all about getting the best seasonal, fresh-picked flavor without having to buy the farm!

Topics include:

  • Canning, Preserving & Fermenting
  • DIY Food Crafting (homemade yogurt, butter, cheese, sourdough, etc)
  • Small-Space Food Growing
  • Tips for living a more sustainable lifestyle

Episodes alternate between instructional “how-to” and interviews with top authors & experts.

All episodes (with show notes) are listed below and include a full transcript PDF.

Many have free, downloadable bonus material.

You can listen within the show notes below, subscribe to the podcast via iTunes, or listen on Stitcher.

You can leave an iTunes rating and review by going here.

Enjoy the full listing of episodes below.

 

LH 150: Creating Simply Flavorful Veggies

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Flavorful Veggies - LivingHomegrown.com

Learn to bring out THE BEST flavor in seasonal produce without covering it up.

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LH 149: Real Food From Scratch with Southern Flair

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How to use Southern Flair when cooking from scratch using real, whole food ingredients. It's all about flavor and local, seasonal produce!

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LH 148 – Simple Long Term Food Storage

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Simple ways gardeners can preserve the harvest for long term food storage and be prepared for an emergency.

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LH 146: Canning Q&A With Theresa Loe

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Learn what food preservation method is best for your storage priorities, fixing a common canning mistake, and so much more!

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LH 140: Maximizing Flavor in Our Veggie Recipes

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Maximize the flavors of homegrown and locally sourced veggies using chef tips.

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LH 139: The Magic of No Knead Bread

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Learn about the perfect bread recipe for busy people. It comes together in under 5 minutes, rises quickly, and bakes in a jiffy. Oh...and it's delicious!

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LH 134: How Mead is Made

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Crafting mead is an art form that is seeing a resurgence and this company is educating consumers about the importance of bees and honey.

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LH 128: Making Hard Cider at Home

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Learn how easy it is to make hard cider at home. No apple trees necessary!

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LH 126: Sourdough Starter & Heirloom Flour

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How to make sourdough bread, use stone-ground heirloom flour AND make onion jam to spread on those fresh baked loves.

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