Fall Food Preservation!

Fall Food Preservation
James Walton “I Am Liberty” Listen to this show in player below!

Fall Food PreservationThat smell is in the Its also getting colder, bacteria, flies and the like are getting slower and less prolific. On the East coast Fall is an incredible time of the year with apples to be picked, cider to be had and horror flicks to be watched. Who could ask for anything more, not to mention archery season opens up! There are some standard preparations that should be taken at this time of the year Read more “Fall Food Preservation!”

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Canning, Increasing Self Sufficiency

Canning A Viable Means Of Increasing Self Sufficiency
Josh “The 7P’s of Survival

Canning, Increasing Self Sufficiency pressure-canning-101Tonight we are going to talk about food preservation, canning in particular. I’ve never been big on canning but my grandmother canned a great deal and I have been thinking about getting into more gardening and canning as of late. It seems that this year there have been shortages of every type of food from dairy, to poultry to canned vegetables. Those shortages have really opened my eyes a great deal as to how fragile our food supply really can be. So tonight I have Heather from TheHomesteadinghippy.com to educate us all on canning in traditional off-grid mediums as well as Read more “Canning, Increasing Self Sufficiency”

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Home Food Production!

Home Food Production!
Host: Mike Podlesny “Mike The Gardener”

Food Production aboutIn this week’s episode, Mike interviews Steven Biggs. Steven Biggs is a journalist and author specializing in gardening, farming, and food production.

As a life-long gardener, he has gardened wherever he’s lived, planting allotment gardens, container gardens, indoor gardens, and gardens in the overgrown backyards of rental houses. His earliest garden memory is stealing a carrot from his Baba’s prized vegetable garden. He encourages his three young children to steal as many carrots as they want from his garden. Along with studying horticultural science at the University of Guelph, he has worked in greenhouse and nursery production, plant propagation, biological controls, horticultural supplies, and farm marketing.

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Vertical Gardening & Garden Dye!

Vertical Gardening & Garden Dye!
Host: Mike Podlesny “Mike The Gardener Show

vertical gardeningIn this week’s episode, Mike talks with Chris McLaughlin author of the book Vertical Vegetable Gardening and A Garden to Dye For.

In the first segment Mike & Chris talk about how you can save money, time and space using vertical gardening techniques. In the second segment Chris gives an in depth discussion on growing plants in your own yard that you can use as natural dyes for your spinning projects, Easter eggs and much more. Read more “Vertical Gardening & Garden Dye!”

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Edible Spots and Pots!

Edible Spots and Pots
Host: Mike Podlesny “Mike The Gardener”

Edible Spots and PotsIn this week’s episode, Mike talks small space gardening with Stacey Hirvela author of the book Edible Spots and Pots: Small-Space Gardens for Growing Vegetables and Herbs in Containers, Raised Beds, and More

It’s time for home gardeners to rethink the traditional garden and explore the wide variety of options for growing edibles in “anywhere” gardens—from decorative pots and raised beds to unusual growing bags, hanging pouches, and tomato rings. These contained gardens are more manageable than long rows or plots and require much less work—yet yield just as much bounty. Read more “Edible Spots and Pots!”

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Urban Environment Gardening

Urban Environment Gardening
Host: Mike The Gardener

Urban Environment Mike The Gardener 400x3003-27 IMG_17Join us in the Chat Room Thursday 7:00pm/Est. 6:00pm/Ct. In this episode of “Mike The Gardener” as Mike talks with Holly Baird of the Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener. Mike and Holly discuss gardening in an urban environment.

Holly will fill you in on some great information if you are limited on space, if sunlight is scarce and touch on some of the plant diseases you may have to face and some tips to overcome them. Read more “Urban Environment Gardening”

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Winter Gardening with Caleb Warnock: Feed Your Family Year Round!

 Feed Your Family Year Round on The Homestead Honey Hour!

6-20 showDSCF9010     A few weeks ago, I stumbled upon a YouTube video of a fellow giving a tour of his snowy, Utah garden in February.   Astonishingly, it was filled with green, growing edibles.   Double-take.  I live in gardening zone five.   During the winter, my garden lays dormant, sadly vacant and abandoned until the planting madness of spring begins.   This is just how it is for gardeners in the North.  So, what was this dark magic being showcased on YouTube?  Who was this wizard coaxing green shoots, leaves, and plants to live and GROW amidst the snow?!?   I had to investigate.   Soon, I was rabidly perusing this man’s blog, intrigued by his unusual (in modern times anyway) gardening techniques as well as being thoroughly entertained with his writing style and approach to life.   I was hooked.   Read more “Winter Gardening with Caleb Warnock: Feed Your Family Year Round!”

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Understanding Vegetable Seeds!

You want to grow your own vegetables, but you’re unsure of what seeds to buy. With so many seed catalogs and online options to choose from, it’s not always easy to make the right choices.  Open pollinated, heirloom, hybrid… and even GMO. What are the differences? What type should you buy if you want to save seed? Which ones can help you deal with potential disease problems? Who should you buy from? How can you be sure that the seeds you purchase are not GMO seeds? Join Bobby on “Preparing to Provide” as he offers a thorough explanation of vegetable seeds and provides answers to these questions and many more. After this discussion, you will be able to open any seed catalog and know exactly what seeds you should purchase to meet your needs.

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When pollination of certain fruits and vegetables stops. Think that will never happen?

This Tuesday 6:00pm/Central on Off Grid Preppers with your host Barbara we’re going deep into the rabbit hole…when pollination of certain fruits and vegetables stops. Think that will never happen? It already has. Find out why and tips on hand pollination for a time when the birds and the bees won’t be helping to produce life-saving food. If you missed the live broadcast please listen to this episode of Off Grid Preppers in player provided below.

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Easy grocery shopping by saving money.

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Shopping for groceries at the mall or supermarket on every weekend according to shopping lists takes too much of time and energy. Sometime we go for shopping without having enough money and could not buy enough grocery for the week. Since, food and drink is the primary element for human being to be live. All types of food includes in grocery like seafood, fruits, grains, vegetables, spices etc. We buy grocery in bulk for the whole week from the store where we spend too much time, energy and of course money too. We have to carry our grocery till home and which is really a mess. Buying grocery online is really a great way to shop where you get discounts on your purchase, saves money, time and energy.

Today grocery shopping may be an easy task however; the online grocery store is best option for the busy people. There are few reasons why online grocery stores become popular. Most of online stores offer free shipping services on certain amount of purchase or on selected items. Online grocery shopping is very convenient as the online stores are accessible at your ease to visit and compare the products. These stores provide discounts on your purchase using Grocery Coupons that saves money. The coupon often comes with exclusive offers and whole lot of discounts which will attract the shopper to buy the products for sure.

Before starting to order, we have to learn about ordering, delivery process and various offers which are offered by international or domestic supermarkets. We can order anytime and anything we want, 24 hours a day and 7 days a week at our own convenience. There are few simple steps for Read more “Easy grocery shopping by saving money.”

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