Old Fashioned On Purpose

By Jill Winger

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Arlene S.
 Aug 23, 2019
Jill's explanations about tomato canning danger were very clear -- with a simple, clear solution.

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!

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30. Why Homesteading Matters (The Homestead Manifesto)
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Without a doubt, by far the question I get asked the most is how I got started in homesteading.  In reality, the better question to ask is why does homesteading even matter in the first place?  In today’s episode, I take a deep dive into why homesteading serves such an important purpose in today’s ever increasing technological world.  The truth is, no amount of convenience can replicate or replace the satisfaction that comes from homesteading. 

Some highlights from the episode: 

  • How soil can have anti-depressant effects 
  • Why working with your hands can create a sense of accomplishment 

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.



Oct 14, 2019
29. 4 Things to Consider Before You Buy a Homestead
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If you’re on the verge of stepping into the homestead life, this episode is a must listen.  Today I’m diving into the most important issues to consider before making an investment in a property.  Find out why thinking small can leave you stuck, why climate considerations matter, and why overall lifestyle is important to keep at the front of mind.  No matter if you’re purchasing your first homestead or if you’re on the lookout for an upgrade, you’ll find plenty of information to help you make a more informed decision. 

Some highlights from the episode: 

  • How to spot hidden HOA fees 
  • Why there’s no such thing as a perfect homestead 

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.




Oct 11, 2019
28. How to Use a Crock for Fermenting
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Fermented foods can be a polarizing topic.  For quite some time, they literally left a bad taste in my mouth.  Have you ever experienced this yourself?  It wasn’t until I ventured into the world of crocks that I finally cracked the fermentation code.  No matter what side of the fermentation fence you sit on, today’s episode will provide a thorough guide to help you get started.  

Some highlights from the episode: 

  • Different kinds of fermentation tools 
  • Why food should stay below the brine 
  • How to properly prep vegetables 
  • Want to download the special bonus videos  I mentioned in the episode?  Head to https://www.homesteadcookingclass.com
  • Click here for my blog post on fermentation crocks. 
  • Follow this link to gain access to my Heritage Cooking Crash Course 
  • For all of your homesteading equipment needs, head to Lehman’s Hardware https://www.lehmans.com/




Oct 09, 2019
27. How to Extend Your Growing Season
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Winter is slowly creeping up on us, especially here in Wyoming.  After our first frost last week, I knew it was time to start prepping for the season ahead.  That being said, we don’t have to give in and close up shop at the first sign of winter.  There are a number of different tactics we can utilize to squeeze the last bits of life from our gardens.  In fact, the tips I’m outlining in today’s episode have the potential to extend the life of your garden by 6-8 weeks!  Pretty incredible, right?  Tune in today to discover there easy and relatively inexpensive ways to keep your garden producing into the early stages of winter.  

Some highlights from the episode: 

  • Hoop houses:  what are they and why do they work? 
  • How to build a cold frame 

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



Oct 07, 2019
26. Cover Crops: Your Garden's Best Kept Secret
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Today I’m here to provide you a very organic, extremely affordable way to fertilize your soil, suppress weeds, increase organic matter, and prevent erosion.  I know what you’re thinking-- This sounds way too good to be true!  I’m happy to tell you, this is very, very real.  On this special episode I’m joined by Parker from True Leaf Market, the non-GMO seed company that is literally a dream come true for homesteaders like you and I. I've ignored cover crops for YEARS because I had a hard time getting straight information on when and how to plant them-- that changed after this interview. Join Parker and I as we dig deep into cover crops and how they can transform your garden.

Some highlights from the episode: 

  • What is a cover crop? 
  • The easy solution if you're confused over which type of crop to plant
  • Exactly WHEN and HOW to plant your own cover crops
  • Cover crops options for a no-till garden

Check out True Leaf Market: http://bit.ly/2ViiP3U

Grab the Cover Crop Printable: https://www.theprairiehomestead.com/cover

More Cover Crop Info on The Prairie Homestead Blog: https://www.theprairiehomestead.com/2019/10/garden-cover-crops.html



Oct 04, 2019
25. How (& Why) to Can Apples at Home
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Apples hold a special place in my heart.  This incredible fruit is the very first thing I ever canned on my own.  In today’s episode I detail my favorite way to preserve apples for the long-haul.  Find out which apple varieties are the best for canning and why naturally sweet apples are always the best choice.  Today’s episode will teach you how you can create incredibly tasty, crispy apple slices with minimal use of sugar.  

Some highlights from the episode: 

  • The best types of apples for canning 
  • The proper equipment needed for canning apples 

Do you want to start canning but don’t know where to begin?  Head over to https://www.learnhowtocan.com for everything you need to get started today! 



Oct 02, 2019
24. How to Prep Your Garden for Winter
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The seasons are changing.  Depending on the part of the country you’re in, winter can mean vastly different things.  While it’s great to enjoy the current harvest, a homesteader always has to plan ahead with the upcoming season in mind.  On today’s episode I dig deep into my favorite tactics on preparing for winter, including amending your soil, cleaning up your plants, adding compost, and so much more.  Use this episode to get prepared for the cold weather so you can make it through winter with your peace of mind.

Some highlights from the episode: 

  • Why tidying your plants with help future yields 
  • Why soil tests helps you spot problems with current crops 

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

As mentioned in the episode, head to https://www.trueleafmarket.com for all of your seed and garden needs. 




Sep 30, 2019
23. How to Dig Up & Store Potatoes for Winter
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Potatoes are by far my favorite vegetable.  I’d imagine it’s pretty safe to say I’m not alone in my affinity for spuds.  No, it’s not even due the fact I was born in Idaho, better known as the home of the potato.  My favorite part of harvesting potatoes is the act of digging them up.  It’s like treasure hunt every time.  Today’s episode is dedicated to everything potatoes.  From harvesting to storing to preparing and everything in between, this will prepare you and your family for the coming harvest.

Some highlights from the episode: 

  • The best tools for removing potatoes from the ground 
  • Why you should abstain from washing your potatoes 
  • The optimal way to cure your potatoes 
  • Which potatoes store the best 

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.




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Sep 27, 2019
22. How to Preserve Fresh Herbs for Later
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Herbs have always seemed to be hit or miss for me.  While I love the flavor fresh herbs bring to my cooking, I tend to either have more than I know what to do with or none at all.  If you’v ever experienced this problem, this is the episode you’ve been waiting for.  I detail my four favorite methods of preserving herbs for the long haul.  Many of you are likely aware of dried herbs.  While I do cover dried herbs, I dive into three other techniques that are less common but just as effective.  If you want to prepare tasty meals through any season you don’t want to miss this episode.

Some highlights from the episode: 

  • Drying herbs is simple, but is it most effective? 
  • How long dried herbs last 
  • Why ice trays are my secret weapon 

For my complete guide on how to eat like a Farmer even if you live in the city, head to http://www.heritagekitchenhandbook.com right now to get started. 




Sep 25, 2019
21. How to Pickle Any Vegetable
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If you’re anything like me, you’re always searching for different ways to maximize the yield from you harvest.  While I love canning, sometimes the volume of your harvest simply doesn’t warrant going through the process.  On today’s episode I’m detailing my favorite way of quickly preserving even the smallest amount of vegetables.  Listen to find out the entire process of quick-pickling, the tools you’ll need to pull it off, and some of my favorite recipes.  

Some highlights from the episode: 

  • A “canning-free” method of preserving vegetables 
  • Quickly preserve vegetables for several months in the fridge 
  • Why you should avoid pickling leafy veggies 

For my complete guide on how to eat like a Farmer even if you live in the city, head to http://www.heritagekitchenhandbook.com right now to get started. 




Sep 23, 2019
20. How We're Raising Our Kids Like It's 1955
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On today’s episode, you’re going to learn how Christian and I are managing to raise old-fashioned kids in the modern technological world.  How our we accomplishing this?  Mostly by providing our kids with unstructured time.  It turns out that allowing time for your children to be bored will actually increase their creativity.  Who knew?  Listen to find out why letting go of your kids is actually the best thing you could ever do as a parent.

Some highlights from the episode: 

  • How and why we limit screen time 
  • Why letting go helps your kids with problem solving 
  • Why giving kids responsibility helps them grow 

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.




Sep 20, 2019
19. How to Start a Homestead When You Feel Overwhelmed
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When is the “simple life” not always simple?  For those of you transitioning into the homestead lifestyle, it’s pretty much all the time.  From barn construction to dairy goats to him baked bread and so much more, it’s a never ending cycle of building and improving.  How do I know?  I’ve been there.  Even with all the homesteading experience Christian and I now have, we still find ourselves overwhelmed at times.  Today I’m going to demystify the process of starting a homestead and provide every tip and trick you need to take action today.

Some highlights from the episode: 

  • Why a planner can cure all anxiety 
  • How to prioritize your action items 
  • Why action always cures fear 
  • Comparison derails progress 

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.




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Sep 18, 2019
18. How to Cook from Scratch When You Have No Time
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Whether or not you are currently a homesteader, I’m willing to bet that we both share this common problem.  Time is our most valuable commodity, and usually the first and easiest thing to sacrifice is a good home cooked meal.  Today I’m here to not only explain why you don’t have to sacrifice cooking from scratch but also provide the tools you need to make your home cooked meals a reality.

Some highlights from the episode: 

  • Why humans are born to create 
  • Why menu planning will save you time and money 
  • Why big batches are your friend 
  • The  best tools for prepping meals 

If you're falling in love with the idea of an old-fashioned kitchen full of incredible homemade food, check out my free Heritage Kitchen handbook at  http://www.heritagekitchenhandbook.com 




Sep 16, 2019
17. How We Started a Homestead on One Income
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When Christian and I first started out, we were relying on his single income as an electrician.  By staying out of debt and focusing on doing anything we could do to earn extra money, it allowed us to build our homestead piece-by-piece.  Regardless of where you’re at financially, it’s possible to get into the homestead game.  Before you begin on your journey there’s some key things you should know.  First and foremost, it’s going to take a serious amount of discipline along with rock solid intent.  Second, there’s no right or wrong way to do this.  Listen today to find out how Christian and I managed to make our dream a reality and learn some tips and tricks so you can do the same.

Some highlights from the episode: 

  • Why staying out of debt is key for success 
  • Why you should buy everything used 
  • DIY everything you can 

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.




Sep 13, 2019
16. Dairy Goats vs. Milk Cows: Which is Best?
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Today I’m going to be taking a deep dive into one of the more controversial topics on the homesteading front.  Although both dairy goats and milk cows are viable options, find out why Christian and I eventually moved to milk cows and sold our goats.  Learn the main differences when it comes to cost, pasture space, transportation, and overall taste of milk.  If you are considering entering the world of home dairy or contemplating making a switch, this episode will provide everything you need to make an informed decision.  

Some highlights from the episode: 

  • The pro’s of owning dairy goats 
  • Why zoning is important to consider 
  • Why goats are a challenge to keep fenced in 

For everything you need to about getting into the dairy game, head to  http://www.theprairiehomestead.com/homedairyrecipes to download your complimentary guide. 




Sep 11, 2019
15. How We Built Our Raised Garden Beds
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Greetings friends and family!  Back in episode 3 I explained the benefits of raised garden beds and why we chose to use them on our homestead.  Today I’m going to talk about several different options on how you can create raised beds on your own.  You’ll also get a detailed explanation on how we built own very own, incredibly unique raised beds made out of steel.  I’m hoping this episode will make it clear that there’s no right or wrong way to build a raised bed, it simply comes down to finding something that fits your specific needs.


Some highlights from the episode: 

  • How to build a raised bed garden on any budget 
  • Learn why it’s always better to invest more for durability and longevity 
  • Tips for minimizing weeds in your raised beds 

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




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Sep 09, 2019
14. Is Home-Canned Food Less Nutritious?
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Eating fruits and vegetables fresh off the vine is always the preferred method for optimum nutritional value.  Unfortunately, it’s not always possible to consume our fresh foods before they go bad.  So what’s the best way to preserve the harvest?  Research shows that proper canning is the best way to ensure nutrients remain locked in your foods as long as possible.  Listen today to discover everything you need to know about the shelf-life of nutrients when it comes to preserved foods.


Some highlights from the episode: 

  • Tips on the best recipes for preserving nutrients 
  • Canning, freezing, or dehydrating? 
  • How not to preserve your food 

Do you want to start canning but don’t know where to begin?  Head over to https://www.learnhowtocan.com for everything you need to get started today! 




Sep 06, 2019
13. Our Biggest Homesteading Mistakes
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We all make mistakes.  Let me tell you, Christian and I have made quite a few on our homesteading journey.  In today’s episode, I’m going to dive into the top 5 mistakes we’ve made over the last few years.  These learning experiences are sure to save you time, money, and headaches in the process.  No matter if you own a homestead, are interested in becoming a homesteader, or simply enjoy learning about the lifestyle, there are valuable lessons to learn throughout.

Some highlights from the episode: 

  • Why doing it right the first time is always the best way to do it 
  • Why thinking bigger is better 
  • You can’t do it all at once, so don’t try 

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.




Sep 04, 2019
12. 5 Canning Mistakes You Can't Afford to Make
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As we’re approaching harvesting season on the homestead, it’s crucial to be prepared for the bounty of food that’s about to roll in.  Whether it’s coming from your own garden, a farmers market, or other local producers, understanding how to properly preserve the harvest will provide wonderful meals for months to come.  Today we’re going to focus on my favorite method of food preparation:  canning.  In particular, I’m presenting the 5 most common mistakes people make when it comes to canning.  Listen to find out why the “old fashioned” canning techniques can be harmful, which modern methods aren’t always safe, why acid is essential to safe canning, and so much more.  

Some highlights from the episode: 

  • Different methods of preservation:  freezing, fermentation, dehydration, canning and more 
  • Bacteria and food safety 
  • Why you should always follow canning recipes as they’re written 

Do you want to start canning but don’t know where to begin?  Head over to https://www.learnhowtocan.com for everything you need to get started today! 




Sep 02, 2019
11. Weed Control Tips for the Organic Garden
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Have you ever struggled to keep your weeds at bay?  It’s one of the most common problems for any homesteader.  I don’t know about you, but I sure don’t want to be spending three hours a day in my garden just to keep my weeds under control.  Over the years I’ve tried dealing with this issue in many different ways.  Today I’m here to share my most effective tips in weed control.  These will not only save you time, but they will also give you peace of mind.  Make sure to stay tuned for my favorite home made weed spray! 

Some highlights from the episode: 

  • Preventing weeds from seeding 
  • Why mulch is the best tool for preventing weeds 
  • How fire can be your friend 

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 30, 2019
10. 5 Tips for Making Crunchier Pickles
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Are you tired of dealing with soft, squishy pickles?   I’m sure I’m not the only one who has dealt with this problem.  After years of experimentation and fighting with different recipes, I’ve collected these 5 simple tips to take your pickles to the next level.  We’ll learn why small cucumbers are the best, why immediate canning leads to crunchy pickles, and why the blossom end might be our biggest enemy.  You’ll also hear about my favorite way to keep pickles fresh for the long-haul.

Some highlights from the episode: 

  • Why you should always use small cucumbers  
  • What is tannin and why you should use it 
  • How Tea can power up your pickles 

Do you want to start canning but don’t know where to begin?  Head over to https://www.learnhowtocan.com for everything you need to get started today! 




Aug 28, 2019
9. Natural Fly Control Strategies
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Yes, it’s that special time of year that we all love: Fly Season! For all of my fellow homesteaders currently in the throes of fly season and the ones about to experience it, I’m here to deliver my top four strategies on how to mitigate our pesky little friends. I provide in depth details on each strategy and all of the necessary links to access the tools mentioned in the episode.

My Top Four Strategies for Natural Fly Control: 

  1.  Fly predators:  “Good" bugs fighting “Bad” bugs.  Get your fly predators at http://bit.ly/2KUZhin
  2. Manure Management:  Flies adore poop.  If you don’t keep it under control, you have no chance to control flies.
  3. DIY Fly Sprays:  Who knew essential oils were so effective? I rely heavily on my homemade sprays to help me survive the fly onslaught. 
  4. Trap Them: Simple, yet effective. 

Get your complimentary copy of my Essential Homestead eBook, complete with my favorite DIY fly spray formulas!
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Click here for your free guide on how to create your own fly traps https://www.theprairiehomestead.com/2015/07/homemade-fly-trap.html



Aug 26, 2019
8. The Surprising Truth About Canning Tomatoes
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Who knew canning tomatoes was such a controversial subject? When you stumble across canning discussions on Facebook or in other homestead groups, this seems to be one of the most hotly contested topics. Why you might ask? Primarily because many canning organizations challenge certain traditions in terms of how foods should be canned. Fear not my friends. In today’s episode, I share a simple solution that will allow you to utilize any canning method you desire.  I also dig deep into the different factors that can affect the acidity, which ultimately effects the canning method you should use.  If you’ve ever wondered how you can stay true to whatever canning method you desire, then this is the podcast for you!

Some key highlights from today's episode: 
    •  How decay and over-ripening affect the acidity     
    •  When to use water-bath canning vs. pressure canning 
    •  Why lemon juice, vinegar, or citric acid can be your best friend 

Kick your fears to the curb and learn everything you’ll ever need to know about canning at https://www.learnhowtocan.com now! 



Aug 23, 2019
7. How to Help Your Garden Recover from Hail
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Hail is one of the most destructive forces when it comes to the health and well-being of your garden.  If you’re anything like myself, you can relate to the devastation of walking outside and seeing your garden in tatters following a hail storm.   Unfortunately, a recent storm crushed months of hard work, time, and money.  Even though I was bummed and initially wanted to quit gardening, it ultimately wound up creating a positive shift in my attitude.  Today I’m going to outline several strategies on how you can salvage, recover, and rebuild moving forward.  Don’t miss my idea on how to protect your plants from future storms. 

Some key highlights from today's episode: 
    •  What to do with a hailed out garden 
    •  Why you shouldn’t immediately rip out your garden 
    •  If and when you should re-plant 

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.

As mentioned in this episode, you can find the perfect compost tea recipe to help your garden recover here: https://www.theprairiehomestead.com/2016/07/compost-tea-recipe.html



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Aug 21, 2019
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.





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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



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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



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Aug 07, 2019