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Episode 54: 5 Things Goats Taught Me About Fencing


Today, I will give you a big goaty update – loosely organized around five things that the goats have taught me about fencing. I also have an update on the caramel recipe I covered last week, and someone asked me a question about vanilla extract.

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Remember folks, if you want to drop a comment or question to me, you can do so my emailing me at nicolesauce@gmail.com, or leave a comment over at livingfreeintennessee.com

Tales from the prepper pantry

  • We got all the pantry things moved into the pantry, the insulating done for winter!
  • The first frost landed this week, so we have the last of the tomatoes from the garden, the peppers, and the squash.
  • Looks like the radishes and peas made it so we will hopefully get some things
  • Kale time is near
  • Starting to eat through the last of last year’s canned goods
  • This week’s Holler Stew

What we are preserving this week

  • Apples if the opportunity arises
  • Fingers crossed for venison

Caramel Recipe: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/24952/caramel-popcorn/

Vanilla Extract Ratio: 13 oz to 1 gallon booze

Nicole Sauce and Jack Spirko on The Preparedness Mindset in Business

Howdy everyone,

Today it was my honor to be interviewed over at The Survival Podcast! Had a great time talking Jack – he always sees things in a way that other people don’t and I love that about him!

Check it out here.

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Episode 54: Five Homemade Holiday Gift Ideas

Today, we talk now about some homemade holiday gift ideas that you can start now so that they are fantastic by December!  Also today, we have a coffee business update, and a special announcement!

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Episode 53: Developing Your Dream Homestead (Six Months In)

Lots of things happened in the last week, including my first time in a hurricane, more goat hijinks, and success in preserving food. But even more interesting is a new interview with Dori. Remember Dori? She reached out earlier this year because she had purchased a dreamy sounding property in Missouri complete with deteriorating cabins and a home built onto the side of a cliff and into a cave! We had a fun interview right after her first weekend at the property and talked about her plans for the land. Dori will be on after our regular segments to give us an update on how things have developed in the last six months.

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Episode 52: Planting, Curing, and Storing Garlic


As we rutch into fall season, and to prepare you for the coming night where the screen between the world of the dead and the world of the living, I thought we could talk about the most important of homesteading plants to foster on your land: Garlic.

Garlic is one of those cure-all vegetable with its antiseptic properties, bug deterring scent, sauce-flavor-boosting characteristics, and it even keeps vampires at bay!

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