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Will Wallus and Eric Rochow with winterization tips for your home

Will Wallus and Eric Rochow with winterization tips for your home

October 31, 2017

This week I talk with Will Wallus from the Weekend Homestead and Eric Rochow from GardenFork about winterization tips for your home and power equipment. Eric gives advice for storing gas-powered equipment so the fuel doesn't gum up the carburetor.

The GardenFork podcast can be found on iTunes and you can also watch his eclectic YouTube channel at GardenFork. He also has a Facebook group with great information and a fun community as well. Great stuff.

Will Wallus can be occasionally be heard here and on GardenFork. His Instagram is The Weekend Homestead.

In the last show notes, I said we would be talking with either Jason Allen, a chef at a high-end hotel complex in Arizona or with Tina Jacobs, an entrepreneur who raises worms. Tina's company sells vermicompost. Stick around, those shows are in the works.

 

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Fermenting basics and making garlic dill pickles

Fermenting basics and making garlic dill pickles

October 26, 2017

 

On this show I discuss fermenting basics, as in salt brine, and how to make garlic dill pickles. The first thing you need to know it's not rocket science and people have been fermenting for thousands of years. As far as brine goes....well, sometimes you need to be exact, sometimes you don't. Have a listen. The next show will be one of two interviews depending on what show I can edit first.Either Jason Allen, a chef from Arizona who I attended school at the Culinary Institute of America. Jason started his culinary journey as a teenager scrounging extra cash to visit the best restaurants he could to learn more about food.

The next show will be one of two interviews depending on what show I can edit first.Either Jason Allen, a chef at a high-end hotel complex in Arizona. Jason and I were classmates at the Culinary Institute of America. He started his culinary journey as a teenager scrounging extra cash to visit the best restaurants he could to learn more about food. Jason and his wife now have an extensive organic garden in a very dry climate and he'll tell us how he manages that.

Either Jason Allen, a chef at a high-end hotel complex in Arizona. Jason and I were classmates at the Culinary Institute of America. He started his culinary journey as a teenager scrounging extra cash to visit the best restaurants he could to learn more about food. Jason and his wife now have an extensive organic garden in a very dry climate and he'll tell us how he manages that.

Or it may be with Tina Jacobs, an entrepreneur who raises worms. Tina's company sells vermicompost and we'll be talking about how she does that and the benefits. I know the stuff works, I've used it to great success in starting seedlings.

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An interview with Sheri Fischer from sher2garden.com

An interview with Sheri Fischer from sher2garden.com

October 17, 2017

 

This week I talk with Sheri Fischer about her greenhouse, how she extends her growing season and the benefits and drawbacks of raised bed gardens. Sheri lives in Pennsylvania and grows an amazing amount of food in her gardens. 

Her website is https://sher2garden.com and you should take a look. 

On our next show, I'll be talking about fermenting garlic dill pickles and why you should weigh, not measure, the salt you use in your brine.

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Show #001 - Welcome to Clean Slate Farm…and an interview with Will Wallus from The Weekend Homestead

Show #001 - Welcome to Clean Slate Farm…and an interview with Will Wallus from The Weekend Homestead

October 10, 2017

Welcome to the first show from Clean Slate Farm. Our first podcast is an interview with Will Wallus from The Weekend Homestead. Will just finished remodeling a cabin in the upper reaches of Wisconson and we talk about that a project and the tools he used. Will tells us a bit about the fruit trees he planted on his 160-acre homestead in the woods and how he protects them from marauding wildlife.

We also discuss Will's job as a pyrotechnician and how he got into the fireworks business.

Our next show is with Sheri Fischer from sher2garden. We talk about her fabulous greenhouse, raised beds, and season extending gardening.

 

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