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Cooking Hacks You Can Use In the Kitchen Today - Interview with Laurie Neverman of Common Sense Home

The Prepper Website Podcast: Audio for The Prepared Life! Podcast

Many people are having to learn how to cook from home today.  This is a big change from all the convenience of eating out, fast-food and processed food.  In this episode, Laurie Neverman of Common Sense Home, shares some cooking hacks, cooking tools and even kitchen substitutions that anyone can use today! KITCHEN SUBSTITUTIONS (SAVE TIME, MONEY AND AGGRAVATION) Common Sense Home– Website NEVER BUY BREAD AGAIN – THE BREAD BOOK FOR BEGINNING BAKERS - Use Coupon "DailyBread" for 20% OFF (only for April 2020) Ep. Link – Episode 636 Mentioned in this Episode:  Join the Exclusive Prepper Website Email Group Sign-Up for the List and Get the FREE PDF – 25 Handpicked Preparedness Articles You Should Read! Items of Interest: Food Storage eCourse @ Prepper Website NET Grab a Prepper Website t-shirt! (Amazon Affiliate Link) Get “My Prep Journal” Legacy Longterm Food Storage (Affiliate) Remember, there is a HUGE selection of great preparedness content at Prepper Website!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr 8mins

20 Apr 2020

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SG541: How to Ease into Homesteading One Choice at a Time With Laurie Neverman

Still Growing...A Weekly Gardening Podcast

Laurie Neverman homesteads in Northeast Wisconsin in a home that would make any gardener drool. In fact, Laurie’s home is annually opened to the public so that followers can check out the attached greenhouse, freestanding greenhouse, solar power, root cellar, and storeroom for preserves. Jealous yet? In 2009, Laurie started sharing her practical tips and simple choices to become more self-sufficient on her blog, Common Sense Homesteading. Today, Laurie’s blog has over 25,000 admiring fans and her e-book Common Sense Homesteading 101 is available for free to all new subscribers. Author information Jennifer Ebeling Producer & Host at Still Growing... Gardening Podcast Jennifer Ebeling is a proud Minnesotan and U of MN alumni. Gooooooo Gophers! Each week, Jennifer produces and hosts Still Growing - a gardening podcast dedicated to helping you and your garden grow. The show is an in-depth interview format. Guests featured on the show share a passion for gardening and include authors, bloggers, professional gardeners, etc. Listeners and guests of the show can join the Still Growing community on Facebook. It's a place to ask questions, share garden stories, interact with great guests featured on the show, and continue to grow and learn. Jennifer and her husband Philip have four children, a big golden lab named Sonny, and live in lovely Maple Grove, Minnesota. P.S. When she's not teaching her four kids a new card game - or teaching them how to drive a car - Jennifer loves inspiring individuals and groups to maximize and personalize their home & garden. Facebook The post SG541: How to Ease into Homesteading One Choice at a Time With Laurie Neverman appeared first on 6ftmama. Related posts: SG543: Day Two Highlights from the 2016 Garden Bloggers Fling SG533: How Vegetables, Herbs, and Flowers Go Together in Vegetable Literacy with Deborah Madison SG554: Tools and Tactics to use Craigslist for your Garden

7 Oct 2016

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SG541: How to Ease into Homesteading One Choice at a Time With Laurie Neverman

Still Growing...A Weekly Gardening Podcast

Laurie Neverman homesteads in Northeast Wisconsin in a home that would make any gardener drool. In fact, Laurie’s home is annually opened to the public so that followers can check out the attached greenhouse, freestanding greenhouse, solar power, root cellar, and storeroom for preserves. Jealous yet? In 2009, Laurie started sharing her practical tips and simple choices to become more self-sufficient on her blog, Common Sense Homesteading. Today, Laurie’s blog has over 25,000 admiring fans and her e-book Common Sense Homesteading 101 is available for free to all new subscribers. Author information Jennifer Ebeling Producer & Host at Still Growing... Gardening Podcast Jennifer Ebeling is a proud Minnesotan and U of MN alumni. Gooooooo Gophers! Each week, Jennifer produces and hosts Still Growing - a gardening podcast dedicated to helping you and your garden grow. The show is an in-depth interview format. Guests featured on the show share a passion for gardening and include authors, bloggers, professional gardeners, etc. Listeners and guests of the show can join the Still Growing community on Facebook. It's a place to ask questions, share garden stories, interact with great guests featured on the show, and continue to grow and learn. Jennifer and her husband Philip have four children, a big golden lab named Sonny, and live in lovely Maple Grove, Minnesota. P.S. When she's not teaching her four kids a new card game - or teaching them how to drive a car - Jennifer loves inspiring individuals and groups to maximize and personalize their home & garden. Facebook The post SG541: How to Ease into Homesteading One Choice at a Time With Laurie Neverman appeared first on 6ftmama. Related posts: SG543: Day Two Highlights from the 2016 Garden Bloggers Fling SG533: How Vegetables, Herbs, and Flowers Go Together in Vegetable Literacy with Deborah Madison SG554: Tools and Tactics to use Craigslist for your Garden

7 Oct 2016

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Common Sense Home with Laurie Neverman

Doctor Prepper's Critical Preparedness Radio Talk Show

Doctor Prepper‘s show guest today is Laurie Neverman, creator of Common Sense Home, one of the most popular homesteading sites on the Internet.Laurie Neverman is a professional engineer, author, preparedness expert, and an accomplished ex-urban homesteader. Laurie mixes her skills and talents on subjects from green building to wildcrafting, with the best of traditional and modern tech with a twist of humor to present self-reliance information in a way that makes sense to everyone.I asked her these questions during the show:Why did you choose a more self-reliant lifestyle?What were/are your homesteading priorities?What are some of the things you’ve accomplished?Laurie and her husband rent out a portion of their acreage to a nearly organic farmer. The balance is a combination of wild areas (used for foraging), annual and perennial gardens, orchards, and a small but growing assortment of permaculture crops. They are in the process of constructing a larger greenhouse to expand their food production options.Raised on a small dairy farm in NW Wisconsin, Laurie has many years of experience with producing her own food. This comes together with her college training in math and engineering, plus years of personal studies in health, herbalism, and preparedness to give readers a “hands-on homesteading” experience. This family lives what they write about, and they can teach you to be more self-reliant, too.

1hr 15mins

24 Aug 2015

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Episode 2 - Neal Spackman, Raye Hodgeson, & Laurie Neverman

A Regenerative Future with Matt Powers

Episode TwoSpecial Guests:Neal Spackman is from Idaho, US, but has been working in Saudi Arabia for several years now and it's only rained twice since he's started. His current project has gained enough attention that he has been invited to do another project! More from Neal: www.TwoVisionsPermaculture.comRaye Hodgson is from Naugatuck River Valley in SW Connecticut, US. She finished her permaculture design course online with Geoff Lawton. We catch up with her & see how she is doing post-PDC. See what she is up to here: http://hodgsonbiologic.com/Laurie Neverman is an experienced homesteading blogger that is turning to Permaculture to refine her system. With over 22,000 subscribers to her newsletter www.CommonSenseHome.com and her latest post on her Permie Makeover here: http://commonsensehome.com/homestead-permaculture-project/Includes a farm & Permaculture Student textbook release update as well!Thank you!LIKE us here:http://www.facebook.com/PermacultureTonight

1hr 2mins

18 May 2015