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Wondering how to butcher a pig? You don't have to send your homegrown pork away for processing - you can do it right on your farm!
A delicious cinnamon and brown sugar bread named Amish Cinnamon Flop Bread — a name that most certainly does not describe it well. (Hint: It is NOT a flop.)
Ever wanted to make homemade noodles from scratch, but thought it was too hard? Pshaw. You can totally do this. It only takes four ingredients!

Fresh Farmish Post

 

In today's Random Audience Questions episode, I tackle your questions about feeding meat birds, "keeping up", firearms, turkeys, and guilty pleasures.

Homestead Hints

 

In today's Random Audience Questions episode, I tackle your questions about feeding meat birds, "keeping up", firearms, turkeys, and guilty pleasures.
Ever felt guilty for eating that piece of cake? Ever felt guilty for indulging in that one opportunity?Today we talk about both food and life in general as we explore the concept of eating the cake while you can still taste it. 
Today I am deep thinkin' about tribes, support systems, and groups of friends. Life is a process of growth and change, so let's talk about how to find your tribe, what the purpose is of that tribe, and what to keep in mind when you feel like it's time to step away from that tribe. 

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Garden Goodies

 

Is it really possible to grow a year's worth of food on your property? Melissa K. Norris shares with me today about how to make it happen.

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Barn Buzz

 

Having your own supply of eggs is a great step towards self-reliance! Let's talk about 5 mistakes people often make when choosing a breed of egg bird.

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Kitchen Kan-Do

 

Ever wondered if you could make your own mayo, sour cream, or mustard? You can! Kris Bordessa of Attainable Sustainable talks about how to DIY your pantry.
One of our favorite ways to prepare chicken for dinner is to smoke it! Here are the steps we use to smoke and brine a chicken. (This also works for turkey!)
The power of bacon can heal the world. Here's how to make your own homemade bacon, from pig to plate, broken down into five lil' steps.

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