Old Fashioned On Purpose

By Jill Winger

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Cindy L
 Aug 19, 2019
Love her blog posts, now we can listen while we try to keep up with her. ❤️

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Have you ever felt uninspired by modern life? Does the idea of living a simple, wholesome lifestyle speak to you and your family? Join best-selling author and homesteading mentor Jill Winger every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for practical tips, inspiration, and stories from a decade of modern homesteading. If from-scratch cooking, organic gardening, backyard chickens, or rows of mason jars light you up, this is the podcast for you!

Episode Date
6. All You Ever Needed to Know About Compost Tea
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First and foremost, let me ease your concerns.  I’m not here to give you a recipe a special morning beverage made from compost.  Today you’re going to learn about a special fertilizer that is sure to produce miracles in your garden.  You’ll learn the difference between aerated and non-aerated tea, why non-aerated tea is my weapon of choice, and how you can make it for free.  Listen to find out why compost tea is one of the best ways to give your plants a 100% organic boost! 

Some key highlights from today's episode: 

    •  The easiest way to produce compost tea 
    •  My own personal compost tea recipe 
    •  The benefits of a soil drench vs. spray
    •  Other ingredients you can add to your tea

If you're ready to begin this homesteading journey, head to http://www.theprairiehomestead.com/grow to access my full library of resources to guide you down the path.



Aug 19, 2019
5. Canning Safety: What You Need to Know about Botulism
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By far the number one fear I hear the most in regards to canning concerns food poisoning.  Better known as botulism, this phenomenon has the potential to cause some very serious health problems.  While botulism has the can be extremely dangerous, I’m here to provide some guidance to help you mitigate any possible risk.  From acidity to temperature to different types of canning, listen to find a comprehensive guide on canning safely.   

Some key highlights from today's episode: 

    •  The importance of acid in home-canned foods 
    •  Why you should use a pressure canner for low acid food

To get my comprehensive canning e-book, visit https://www.learnhowtocan.com

If you're ready to begin this homesteading journey, head to http://www.theprairiehomestead.com/grow to access my full library of resources to guide you down the path.



Aug 16, 2019
4. How to Take a Vacation When You Have a Homestead
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One of the most common concerns I hear from people looking to get into homesteading is what happens when you need to leave or take a vacation?  While we want all of the joys that a homestead provides, certainly there can be issues when needing to be away for a prolonged period of time.  Fear not my friends, I'm here to explain how you can leave your homestead without a great deal of worry.  Listen today to find out how we prepare for trips away from the homestead.  This episode is sure to inspire some ideas of your own.

Some key highlights from today's episode: 

    •  The best times to leave the homestead  
    •  How to find someone to watch your place 
    •  How to cut down on chores to make things easier 
    •  Why an automatic watering system is great no matter the situation. 

If you're ready to begin this homesteading journey, head to http://www.theprairiehomestead.com/grow to access my full library of resources to guide you down the path!



Aug 14, 2019
3. Why We Chose to Garden in Raised Beds
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Have you ever wondered if raised beds were the answer to your garden issues?  When Christian and I started our first garden on our homestead, we began with a traditional in-ground garden.  After a somewhat comical mistake involving manure, we quickly had a yard growing in our garden.  Certainly not an ideal situation.  Though a temporary solution worked for a while, we discovered a deeper issue as a result of previous pesticide use. Enter raised beds.  Listen today to find out if raised beds are the right solution for your homestead. 

Some key highlights from today's episode: 
    •  How I poisoned my first garden
    •  How deep mulch saved my garden 
    •  Why raised beds can heat the soil faster 
    •  The benefits of a timed drip system 

Click here to access your very own raised bed guide!  https://www.theprairiehomestead.com/raisedbedguide

For complimentary access to my full library of resources for homesteaders like you, head to http://www.theprairiehomestead.com/grow

Aug 12, 2019
2. How to Can Jam Without Using Tons of Sugar
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It’s summertime, and beyond the beautiful weather, it means that all of the amazing fruits are in season.  What does in-season fruit mean?  Jam of course!  While I love to make jam, I’ve always found that most jam and jelly recipes are loaded with added sugar.  If you’re anything like me, you want to use as little added sugar as you can.  Today I’m going to teach you how to easily create incredible tasting jams with having to overload them with white sugar. 

Some key highlights from today's episode: 

    •  Ways to make jam without overloading them with sugar
    •  The incredible science of pectin
    •  Why I like to use honey as a sweetener
    •  Click here for my favorite pectin!  https://pomonapectin.com/

Click here to get access to my series of FREE videos demonstrating the process that I detailed in today’s podcast. https://www.theprairiehomestead.com/jam

For complimentary access to my full library of resources for homesteaders like you, head to http://www.theprairiehomestead.com/grow

Aug 12, 2019
1. How 2 City Kids Became Homesteaders
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Welcome to the very first episode of Old Fashioned On Purpose!  My name is Jill Winger, and on today's episode I'm thrilled to share with you my very unlikely foray into homesteading.  You'll hear why growing up as city kids didn't prevent my husband and I from achieving our goal of owning milk cows, cultivating our own gardens, building our own farm, and so much more.  If you've ever had any interest in homesteading, don't miss your chance to peek in on my journey.   Before you know it you'll be starting your own!

Some key highlights from today's episode:

  •   How horses sparked my interest in homesteading
  •   Purchasing our first property
  •   How a compost pile sparked our foray into homesteading
  •   The importance of teaching yourself

Click here to check out photos of our homestead makeover! https://www.theprairiehomestead.com/2016/05/wyoming-prairie-house.html

Get complimentary access to my full library of resources for homesteaders like you at  http://www.theprairiehomestead.com/grow

Aug 07, 2019