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The homesteading podcast dedicated to the pursuit of self-sufficiency, self reliance, and sustainability. Brian is a 4th generation homesteader located in beautiful upstate NY. Along with his wife, Bonnie (also a 4th generation homesteader) and their son Brian Jr., Brian has been actively homesteading on a 2 acre piece of land since 2008. This podcast is dedicated to their journey and is a call for others to join them in pursuing self sufficiency, self reliance, and sustainability.
 
Pioneering Today is all about getting back to basics, simple living, and self-sufficiency with old-fashioned skills and wisdom in a modern world. With heirloom gardening, canning, preserving the harvest, from scratch cooking, raising your own food, including livestock (backyard chickens, pigs, and cattle), natural medicine, herbs, DIY like soap making along with living a simple self-sufficient life, no matter where you live. Hosted by 5th generation homesteader, Melissa K. Norris, author of ...
 
Building on the belief that a deeper understanding of the natural world enriches all of our lives, host Steven Rinella brings an in-depth and relevant look at all outdoor topics including hunting, fishing, nature, conservation, and wild foods. Filled with humor, irreverence, and things that will surprise the hell out of you, each episode welcomes a diverse group of guests who add their own expertise to the vast world of the outdoors. Part of The MeatEater Podcast Network.
 
Welcome to The Podcast No One Asked For! A show for the creeps by the creeps! Hosted by @spanishsavage join us each week as we discuss current events, entertainment, sex & relationships, and so much more! We answer listener questions/give advice and discuss our polls posted via Instagram @SpanishSavage. *this podcast features explicit content, inappropriate humor, extreme creepiness, and is absolutely not safe for work.
 
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If you’ve ever found yourself wondering what it was like to be turned gay by a billionaire jet plane or how it feels to be taken by time-traveling cavemen, then this is the podcast for you! Join five provocateurs as they take you on a weekly adventure down an erotic rabbit hole. They’ll review the book of the week and give you their commentary based off a group reading. So strap in and strap on, because it’s going to be one wet, crazy ride!
 
The V-Word by Sarah-Jane Crawford is a vegan podcast. After being inspired to turn vegan back in 2015 by Grime MC JME who came on my radio show, I’ve been on a mission to uncover the new age and face of veganism ever since. I figured you don’t have to be a hippy or white, middle class, only eat rabbit food or shop in Notting Hill’s organic food stores to live on a plant-based diet. On the V-Word I meet athletes, celebrities, influencers, and just all-around interesting people, reflecting a b ...
 
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What if you couldn't get medicine from the store? What would you do? We're discussing different options for alternative medicines, like growing and using medicinal herbs at home, as well as supply and supply issues with our modern medicinal system. For more information, links and shownotes visit melissaknorris.com/324.…
 
Steven Rinella talks to Sam Lawry, Paul Lewis, Ray Lockard, Brody Henderson, Phil Taylor, Corinne Schneider, and Janis Putelis. Topics discussed: F'd Old Deer Stands is back in stock; Chester the Divester's Book of Outdoor Etiquette, aka Chetiquette; Auction House of Oddities continues with original gnome art, Brody's black bear baculum, and a chan…
 
One of the members of the supporting listeners program reached out to me with recommendations on a burner for outdoor canning. And so on today's episode, I share with you some of the things you should consider when coming up with a setup for outdoor canning. National Center For Home Food Preservation Pennstate Extension Camp Chef Explorer Stove Enj…
 
Karlyn Gorski is a pre-doctoral fellow at the Institute of Educational Sciences (IES) at the University of Chicago's sociology department. Her research focuses on high school students in and around Chicago, and she is especially interested in youths' strategies for navigating the structures of schooling. You can find out more about Karlyn's work on…
 
If you've never heard the term hugelkultur gardening you're in for a treat. This centuries-old method of gardening is making a comeback, and this podcast episode is filled with everything you need to know to successfully grow a garden using this German peasant traditional way of gardening. Learn its origins, the proper method, plus tips and tricks …
 
Dr. Rituparna Patgiri teaches Sociology at the Indraprastha College for Women, University of Delhi, and holds a PhD in Sociology from Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi. She is also one of the co-founders of Doing Sociology, an independent, women-led academic blog dedicated to promoting sociological content. Her areas of research interest…
 
Steven Rinella talks with Clay Newcomb, Seth Morris, Chester Floyd, Spencer Neuharth, Phil Taylor, and Corinne Schneider. Topics discussed: The French Getup; MeatEater's Season 10 t-shirt and "Fox in a Box" t-shirt; Buckman Juice and a Dirt Squirt slurry for the MeatEater Auction House of Oddities; Steve setting the high school principal straight a…
 
On this podcast, I am joined by Meredith Leigh, the person who ran the charcuterie workshop that Jack and I talked about last week. We talk about her journey into teaching (which may surprise you) as well as why ethical meat is so important. Information about the upcoming charcuterie class in Maryland can be found here. http://www.mereleighfood.com…
 
In their second radio broadcast for the Paratopian Papacy, The Jeff and The Jer speak to Dr. Dennis McKenna about DMT, psilocybin mushrooms, ayahuasca, shamanism, and alien abductions. What are the differences? What are the connections?--Hear what he has to say as he takes us on a journey with his brother, Terrence, through the jungles of the Amazo…
 
Did you know that a teaspoon of rosehips has as much vitamin C as 6 oranges? If you’re not using rosehips medicinally, this podcast is a must-listen! I’m talking with CeAnne from Farmhouse teas and we’re going over everything from growing, harvesting and preserving rosehips to how to use them medicinally. This is must-know information for heading i…
 
Dr. Divya Balan is Assistant Professor of International Studies at Flame University, Pune, India. She holds Doctorate, Masters and M.Phil degrees in International Studies, and is a political science graduate. Her areas of teaching and research interest include the disciplinary histories of International Studies and European Studies, international m…
 
Steven Rinella talks with Jordan Budd, Ryan Callaghan, Phil Taylor, Corinne Schneider, and Janis Putelis. Topics discussed: A squirrel poaching story from Missouri; Clay Newcomb's method of dunking and skinning squirrels; Jani's big sheep hunt; is it a dick move to shoot a collared animal?; MeatEater's Auction House of Oddities is stacked: A Bucky …
 
Last weekend, I attended with Jack Pollner a charcuterie intensive course in Massachusetts. I also was privileged to spend a few nights with Jack, Jackie and Emma at The Mindful Homestead. And so, on this episode Jack and I talk about what we learned and enjoyed about the course that was taught by Meredith Leigh. We talk about two of her books: The…
 
It is 2021 and all the world is speaking about UAP in the same terminology and context as Ted Roe and NARCAP did on this show a decade ago. What changed? And why isn't NARCAP ever mentioned in the mainstream media? These are the questions I had for Ted. He gave the answers. And then he burned the proverbial house to the ground in this information-r…
 
If you’ve ever wondered about raising sheep for their wool or fiber this podcast episode is for you. I’m talking with Janet from Timbercreek Farms who is sharing all her knowledge on raising healthy sheep, caring for your flock, and how to skirt and naturally dye wool to use for garments, blankets and other uses. For more information, links and sho…
 
Kyle Shupe is a PhD student in Sociology at the University of Cincinnati, and is also the managing editor of Social Problems, the official publication for the Society for the Study of Social Problems. He holds an MA in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from the University of Cincinnati and a BA in Sociology from Bowling Green State University,…
 
Steven Rinella talks with Jared Outlaw, Taylor McCall, Drew Loschke, Dirt Myth, Chester Floyd, and Corinne Schneider. Topics discussed: The upper decker; the portable mud jug spittoon; how to listen to Taylor McCall’s new album, “Black, Powder, Soul”; Dirt Myth getting famous because of Brad Leone’s Bon Appetit video; the trifecta and insane amount…
 
On this episode I am honored to be joined by Carl from The Self Sufficient Hub Podcast. Carl is a homesteader living in the UK with his wife and young family. He hosts the self sufficient hub podcast and YouTube channel and is 3 years into working towards self sufficiency. This September he is undertaking a self sufficient challenge where he is onl…
 
In this podcast we're talking all about fermenting vegetables! Including the three different kinds of fermentation and which is used when fermenting vegetables, how to ferment vegetables, plus all the supplies you need (and the supplies you DON'T need). You’ll be surprised at how little you need to ferment successfully, but there are also some opti…
 
Niharika Pandit is a PhD candidate at the Department of Gender Studies from the London School of Economics (LSE). She holds an MA in Gender Studies as a Felix Scholar from SOAS, University of London and a bachelor’s degree in Media Studies and Journalism from Sophia College, Mumbai. Her research interests lie at the intersection of gender, sexualit…
 
Jeffrey Guhin is an assistant professor of Sociology at UCLA. He holds an MA and MPhil degrees in Sociology from Yale University, and his research interests include education, culture, religion, and theory. You can find out more about Jeffrey's work on his website. On this episode, we discuss his first book, Agents of God: Boundaries of Authority i…
 
Steven Rinella talks with Jason Phelps, Samantha Bates, Dirt Myth, Seth Morris, and Chester Floyd. Steve and Jason harvesting black walnut tree that will spawn the Line One turkey call; how this podcast made a baby; Steve recalls The Juice’s ride in the white Bronco; the need for a MeatEater book on fishing etiquette; palpating cloacas and sexing b…
 
Back on episode 46, I shared with you 10 things you can do now to set yourself up for success with next year's garden. Using those thoughts as a springboard, I share with you on this episode some of the lessons I've learned this year and things I'll be doing next year to achieve an even more abundant harvest. Enjoy!! Brian http://www.thehomesteadjo…
 
If you're thinking about buying goats or raising goats on your property, this is the post for you. We're covering everything you need to know about raising goats for a successful journey. We'll be covering what to know when buying goats for the first time, what to look for when buying goats, finding a goat vet, common diseases and health issues wit…
 
Alex Barnard is an assistant professor of Sociology at New York University. He holds a PhD in Sociology from the University of California, Berkeley, an MPhil in International Development from the University of Oxford, and a BA in Sociology from Princeton University. His areas of research interest include Medical Sociology and Mental Health, Politic…
 
Marion Lieutaud is a PhD candidate in Sociology at the London School of Economics and Political Sciences (LSE). Her areas of interest include gender, migration, quantitative methods, welfare states and border states. You can read about Marion's published work and research in more detail on LSE's Sociology page. On this episode, we discuss her disse…
 
Steven Rinella talks with Fred Gould, Chester Floyd, Phil Taylor, and Janis Putelis. Topics discussed: Jani rehabbing a target; the vegetarian GMO expert who used to live in a hippie van; bison garum and koji mold; MeatEater Campfire Stories and old dads giving life; asking for your ball joint back after a hip replacement surgery; the link between …
 
On today's episode we talk about lacto-fermentation. Can you believe that I am 100 episodes in, and I haven't dedicated an episode to this topic? I couldn't believe it myself. So, today we talk about what it is, it's benefits, and how easy it is to get started doing it. Enjoy!! Brian http://www.thehomesteadjourney.net/shop http://www.thehomesteadjo…
 
Jeff & Jeremy are trapped at the bottom of a well, treading in a sea of Kool-Aid. UFO Hunters' Bill Birnes to the rescue! ... Sort of. Very definitely they have a discussion about alien abductions that Bill doesn't normally get to have during radio interviews. You will hear another side to this dynamic personality. [originally aired: 01/16/09]…
 
Our skin is our biggest organ and what we come in contact with affects us. It's important to know what ingredients we're putting on our body, not only the ones that are harmful, but also the ones that are beneficial, and how they work with our bodies and skin. In this podcast, episode #318, I’m interviewing Emilie Toups from Toups & Co and discussi…
 
Esha Chatterjee is a Ph.D. candidate at Stanford University's Department of Sociology specialising in the study of social inequality in the US. She holds an MA and BA degrees in Sociology from Stanford University, USA, and Presidency College, Kolkata, India, respectively. Her research interests include economic sociology, immigration, race and ethn…
 
Dr. Bindu Menon is a faculty member at Azim Premji University's School of Arts and Sciences, where she teaches Media and Communication. She holds a PhD in Cinema and Cultural Studies from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Her teaching interests include Media Theory, Film and Cultural Studies, Cultures of Journalism, Gender and Sexuality and D…
 
Steven Rinella talks with Paul Hessburg, Rick Hutton, Brody Henderson, Seth Morris, Phil Taylor, and Janis Putelis. Topics discussed: How Jani doesn't like growling bear rugs; the coyote on the couch; second degree kindred; FHF's upcoming gear launches; Brody's three and a half legged bear; Jani drawing his first bighorn tag; all the math required …
 
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