Living Homegrown

- The Podcast -

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without the farm®

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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 158: Eating Local & Exploring More Flavor


Being A Locavore -

How you can bump up seasonal flavors by just looking closer to home. Tips for how to be a locavore and info on a national local-food challenge.

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LH 136: Big Ideas for Small Backyards


Simple design principles that will make your backyard space (even your veggie garden) more usable and beautiful at the same time.

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LH 135: Balancing Homesteading, Family & Beekeeping


Learn about balancing family life with homesteading life, the ups and downs of producing your own food, and how to become a beekeeper.

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LH 134: How Mead is Made


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 133: Growing Fun & Unusual Vegetables


Expand the flavor in your kitchen and beautify your garden with things like purple peas, amaranth, cape gooseberries, cucamelons and more.

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LH 132: Welcome to The Elliott Homestead


Learn about raising kids on a busy homestead, eating real food, keeping a dairy cow, and using the raw milk in delicious recipes.

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LH 131: A Farm On The Roof


How the largest rooftop farm in America grows 50K pounds of produce/year on 2 acres of rooftops in the middle of NYC.

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LH 130: Using Your Garden for Wellness


Podcast guest Shawna Coronado shares which veggies are most nutritious and creative ways to use your garden for health and wellbeing.

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LH 129: Understanding the Behavior of Backyard Chickens


Learn why your backyard chickens do what they do and say what they say.

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