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Apr 22, 2017

When faced with copious amounts of free range organic meat, aka venison, what else should one do but cook it.  That's exactly what started a new way of life for Stacy Lyn Harris who now lives a life that is, for all intents and purposes, a homesteading lifestyle.  But there's a twist.  Stacy Lyn, who engages fully in preparing wild game, growing her own produce from heirloom, non-GMO seeds, and harvesting honey from her own hives, prefers to add vibrance, and color, and spice to the way she goes about it. In fact,  her blog is dedicated to bringing her day to day homesteading endeavours to life with great stories, colorful pictures, and mouth watering recipes.

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Here's What We Discuss:

  • Homesteading in Alabama, But Not Far From Home
  • GMO vs Heirloom in Birmingham
  • Dental School, Law and the Bar Exam
  • An All or Nothing Type Personality
  • Hunting Every Morning and Evening Everyday
  • Organic Free Range Meats and Generational Seeds
  • Homesteading Can Be Functional, Beautiful, and Creative
  • An Accidental Kind of Thing, It's Self Sustaining 
  • A Large Noisy Package
  • Fruit Bearing Trees and Pollination 
  • No Bees, No Food, Honey is Amazing
  • Maintenance, Up Keep on a Behive
  • Wax Moths and Healthy Hives
  • Growing Good Food in Small Areas
  • 7 Children and 2 Adults on a Quarter Acre
  • Designing the Garden, Herbs for Venison
  • Venison Parmesan, Eggplant, Squash Noodles
  • Fall Cabbage, and Wild Game, Edible Flowers
  • Coco Crusted Venison Tenderloin - 20 Minutes Tops
  • Pound Out the Cutlets, Cut Cross Grain
  • The Flavorful Cuts of Meat and Smashed Potatoes
  • Kill What We Eat On This Show, Good Friday Planting
  • What's In the Garden, Kids, and Raised Beds
  • The Seeds Themselves, No GMO, Saving the Seeds from Favorite Plants
  • The Soils, The Gardener and pH, and Auburn University
  • Testing Microbes, Nothing Is Text Book
  • Cookbooks, Deer Sauce and Vertical Gardens
  • A Deer Story and 10 Rapid Fire Questions

 

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