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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 134: How Mead is Made

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LH 134 How Meade is Made with Nick Lorenz on LivingHomegrown.com

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 21: Creating a Bee-Friendly Food Garden

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Learn how easy it is to help support the bees while also improving your own backyard food production. Discover simple tips for creating a bee-friendly garden.

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LH 20: Making Pickles – The EASY Way

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Refrigerator pickles are fast, easy and require NO canning. You can whip up a batch in no time and you never have to break out the canner. Whoot!

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LH 19: How to Use a Steam Juicer

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Learn all about using steam juicers to juice grapes, berries, stone fruit and even tomatoes. The finished juice can be used to make jelly, syrup, and so much more!

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LH 18: Making Wine Salt

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Learn how to make this delicious season salt which combines a wine reduction with salt and herbs. It is simple, flavorful and lasts up to 6 months on your...

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LH 17: Getting the Most From Your Canning Efforts

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Do you sometimes end up with more or less jars when you make a canning recipes? Learn why that happens and tips for how you can get the most...

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LH 16: Where Do You Start With All of This?

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Feeling overwhelmed with all there is to learn with canning, growing food or general homesteading? Well, this podcast episode guides you on where to start to build confidence...

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LH 15: Behind-the-Scenes of Backyard Beekeeping

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Even if you never intend to raise backyard bees yourself, this episode explores the importance of bees, how beginning beekeeping works and how we filmed an entire TV...

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LH 14: Growing and Restoring Fruit Trees

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In this episode, you get a personal tour of Theresa's heirloom fruit tree restoration project on her family 1892 farmstead in Northern California. And you learn tips for getting...

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