Jun 01, 2017 Ep 101 Build community-bringing people together & where are the young homesteaders #101
A total wacko, white supremacist was interviewed by a liberal and Charles Barkley. It goes both surprisingly and well, but not the way you might think. Build community by bringing people together. We take a minute for the upcoming world end AKA budget crisis season. Then we look at what is holding back the modern homesteader and where we’ve come from on that front.
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- Homestead animal of the Day: Delaware Chicken.
- Wild Edible of the day: Dandelion
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- The budget battle is coming, are you ready for the mud slinging?
- Some lunacy with a TNT interview by some liberals and a White Supremacist. Holy CRAP!!!! Fast forward 14 min if you don’t want to hear way too much profanity. The video was reposted to the FB page.
- Growing Jalapenos.
- Keeping your chickens healthy w/ some things to avoid feeding them.
- An easier way to cook all the tomato bounty. Bake them in oil, salt and Italian seasoning on 400 for 20-30 min, yeah, it’s that easy. Keep the skins for the dehydrator, or toss them, your call.
- The American Homesteader dream is alive and well, so where are my fellow wanna-be homesteaders?
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