E35: How Home Milling Grains Can Change Your Health & World | Gary Leavitt of NutriMill

As homesteaders, we understand the importance of sourcing our food well and cooking from scratch.  When it comes to baking, making the switch to freshly-milled whole grains in your home can take your family’s nourishment to the next level.  If you’ve ever had questions about milling grains at home – how whole grain flour differs from white flour, how to store grains, what kind of mill you need – this episode is for you!  Gary of NutriMill is sharing his expertise in grains, mills, mixers, health benefits, and more.  Join us for this incredibly practical and educational conversation.

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E34: Embracing Hospitality in Your Kitchen and Family | Stacy Lyn Harris

We talk a lot on this podcast about raising our own food, but today we are chatting all about preparing and serving the food we have worked so hard to produce!  Stacy Lyn Harris is the perfect person to join us for this conversation because she has been using produce from her garden and meat from her husband’s hunting trips to prepare delicious meals for her large southern family for decades.  We are not only diving into the practicals of creating amazing meals, but we are also digging into the heart of hospitality.  Feeding good food to our families and friends is a beautiful way to put our love into action!

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E33: Creating a Legacy Through Your Homestead | Jack & Kim Fuhrmann of Our Father’s Farm

You are going to love hearing the Fuhrmanns inspiring homestead story in this episode!  They share about the health scare that led them to the homesteading life, how their homestead has become a blessing to their community, what it’s like to raise and homeschool nine children, and what has led their children to stay involved in the family business as they have become adults.  The Fuhrmann family’s hearts for the Lord, for true health, for their family, and for community will encourage you to cast an intentional vision for your own family and homestead.

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