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Intergenerational Knowledge, Ethics & Butchering

It boggles the mind how far removed we are from the realities of how that $6 1.5kg packet of bacon went from being a pig to mounted on toast and eggs on our plates. 292 more words

Good Night, Chicken

Recently, I agreed to help my friend Carrie Long out with her new batch of chickens. By “helping,” I mean killing, de-feathering, and butchering them for food. 1,099 more words

Kentucky Proud

Butchering your own Elk

I enjoy hunting.

I enjoy the preparation and the planning.  I enjoy getting out in nature away from everything and everyone.  I enjoy the anticipation and waiting for the shot.  946 more words

Hunting

10 Survival Skills Your Great-Grandparents Knew (That Most Of Us Have Forgotten)

This post is very true. I was lucky enough to grow up on my family’s farm where a learned a few of the basics for growing and preserving food, raising animals and riding. 139 more words

Off Grid

10 Survival Skills Your Great-Grandparents Knew (That Most Of Us Have Forgotten)

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Written by: Rich M

Our modern society is highly dependent upon we’ll call the “system.” Not only do we rely upon utility services to bring us electricity, water and natural gas, but also on an incredibly complex supply chain which provides us with everything from food to computers. 1,283 more words

Homesteading

Bringing home the bacon...literally

When I worked in the corporate world (before embarking on this homestead/ stay at home mom lifestyle) after every big project was completed we would often have a meeting to go over the ” lessons learned”. 431 more words

Homesteading

Day 37: Charcuterie

Char-cu-ter-ie

/shar-coo-der-ee/

This is a new word for me.

I think the first time I heard this word was quite recently in my wine class. In all honesty, before today, I had no idea what it really meant. 496 more words

Gastronomy