Over 40 “Hot and Smoking Preppers”

Over 40 “Hot and Smoking”

Over 40It has been only a short 3 weeks and the NEW 24/7 format with over 40 shows has turned a lot of heads. Who would have known that there could have been so many podcasters out there eager to share what they know best, “self-reliance and independence”? The fact is there are many, many more but most of the best can all be listened to at Prepper Broadcasting as they continue to add the rest of the best. Read more “Over 40 “Hot and Smoking Preppers””

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The Road Not Taken

The Road Not Taken
Host: Noreen “The Homestead Honey Hour”

roadSome of you may know the popular poem of the same name, penned by American Icon Robert Frost. It is a beautiful piece of prose that always makes me think. It really is a fine prescription for how to live your life.

This week on the Homestead Honey Hour join me, Noreen for an hour of introspection. A metaphoric journey on the road less traveled and how it relates to the lives that we choose to live. In this chosen lifestyle, no matter what you like to call it, prepping, homesteading, preparedness, survivalism, we are all choosing the road less traveled and sometimes we wonder, should we have taken the other road? Read more “The Road Not Taken”

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HERC TEA LIGHT OVEN

HERC TEA LIGHT OVEN CREATOR
Host: Katzcradul “The Homestead Honey Hour”

TEA LIGHT OVEN - Lid StonesThere are so many things to consider when putting together your emergency preparedness plan. Providing clean drinking water may be at the top of your list, or storing food for your family. How to heat your home in the winter, and alternative cooking methods are probably near the top of your list as too. If you’ve followed Katzcradul’s YouTube channel for any length of time, you know that all of these topics are a concern for her as well. Storing buckets-full of healthy grains and beans, are of little benefit in a long term emergency situation, if you have no way to cook them, converting their nutrients and calories into digestible, tasty food for your family. Read more “HERC TEA LIGHT OVEN”

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Gardening changes to consider!

Gardening changes to consider! -replay-
Host: Katzcradule “Homestead Honey Hour”

GardeningJoin Katzcradul this week on The Homestead Honey Hour as she looks back on last years’ growing season, acknowledging both the defeats and the victories. Every year, the garden has its challenges, but last year they abounded. She will discuss what she learned, and the changes she’ll be making this year, based on her experiences and observations. Listeners are invited to call in and share what they learned last year and to discuss how that will impact their own gardens this year. Katzcradul will also discuss keeping a gardening journal and a food preservation log. Join her for what promises to be a show full of helpful ideas for the upcoming gardening season. Read more “Gardening changes to consider!”

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Spring Garden, Food Storage, and More with the Honeys

Spring Garden, Food Storage, and More
OPEN LINE NIGHT WITH NOREEN AND KATZ
Host: Noreen and Katz

SpringJoin Noreen and Katzcradul for “Open Line Night”. They want to hear what’s on your mind. It’s obvious to anyone who visits The Homestead Honey chatroom that fans of the show are smart, articulate, and have a lot of knowledge to share. The Honeys want to hear from you! Plan on calling-in to share your plans for you spring garden, ideas for expanding your food storage, thoughts about raising your own protein source, or your favorite naturopathic method for treating flu and colds. You tell us what’s on your mind…all we’ll strike up a conversation. Read more “Spring Garden, Food Storage, and More with the Honeys”

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Where IS the best place to be in a SHTF situation?

Where IS the best place to be in a SHTF situation?
Host: Renee “The Homestead Honey Hour

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Your eyes are open. You have watched over the last few years as various aspects of our culture and society spiral out of control, seemingly ever faster. You have that gut feeling something wicked this way comes. It’s why you prep. It’s why you strive for self-sufficiency. You look at your family and where you presently live – weighing the pros and cons – and you wonder: Should you re-locate or stay where you are? Read more “Where IS the best place to be in a SHTF situation?”

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The Unexpected, Are You Prepared?

The Unexpected, Are You Prepared?
Host: Noreen “The Homestead Honey Hour

UnexpectedOn this episode of the Homestead Honey Hour, join Noreen who will be completely off the cuff. This has been a crazy beginning to the new year in our home. Started off with a broken heater, just before the coldest days on record for our area. Then it culminated with a broken stove, a flat tire and a couple of exhausted parents. All that being said, sometimes, even being prepared, cannot really prepare you for those things that creep up when you aren’t expecting them. In the end, they usually lead to a big old fashioned life lesson that we can take with us and not repeat what we have gone through. Read more “The Unexpected, Are You Prepared?”

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