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Simple Homestead blog hop #197

Welcome to the Simple Homestead blog hop!

Welcome! I look forward to Thursdays when we get together for another linky party. Have fun exploring all the great ideas that are shared here each week on the hop. I'm sure you'll be blessed and inspired by all the great posts and ideas.

Add your homesteading, homemaking and homeschooling posts to the party if you're a blogger (please see our simple rules below). The hop begins at 12:01 am on Thursday morning and runs through Sunday evening.

This Week

I'm a good secret-keeper, but keeping this one was HARD!

I've previewed the videos in this amazing heritage cooking skills course and I've wanted to tell you about it so much I nearly burst! But it's ok to share now so I'm shouting it to the world.

Jill Winger from The Prairie Homestead has been working hard putting together a huge Heritage Cooking Crash Course. The videos are amazing; it's as though you are visiting Jill in her kitchen while she's cooking and baking, and she shares her tips as she works.

Bread-baking, fermenting, canning, making sausage at home, cheese-making and oh, so much more!

This 10-module Heritage Cooking Crash Course begins in less than 2 weeks - from March 11 to March 15 - and you can watch the videos for FREE. Yes, FREE. Go sign-up now to save your seat, then put a reminder on your calendar!

Meet Our Great Co-hosts

Kathi at Oak Hill Homestead - Facebook - Pinterest - Instagram

Dash at Bloom Where You're Planted - Facebook - Instagram

Chelsea at The Green Acre Homestead - Twitter - Facebook - Pinterest - Instagram

Leah at Busy Gals Homestead and Leah's Lovely Lops - Facebook
Pinterest - Instagram

Nancy at On the Homefront - Facebook - Twitter - Pinterest

Featured Posts

Each week our hostesses feature their own picks from the previous week, so visit each host's blog to see if you've been featured.

Sprouting chicken fodder in a mason jar.

Chicken Fodder for Your Flock
from New Homesteaders Almanac

how to raise ph in soil

How to Raise pH in Soil Organically
from Unexplained Underfoot Objects

20 things you can buy in bulk without a warehouse buying club membership and still save money

If you were featured be sure to pick up your Simple Homestead blog hop button below. Just highlight all of the text in the box and paste into your blog sidebar; the button will show up automatically on your blog.

Oak Hill Homestead

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The Rules

You are invited to share your original homesteading, homemaking, and homeschooling posts. We have a few little rules:

  • Family friendly posts only!
  • No links to blog hops or posts dedicated to advertising products.
  • Share up to 3 posts.
  • Please share posts that you haven’t linked up within the past six months to keep the hop fresh.
  • Please visit other bloggers and let them know you found them here.
  • Please follow us by email! You’ll receive notice when the hop is open for business.
  • Only share content and photos that you have created or have permission to share.
  • Please note: By linking to this hop you are giving us permission to link back to your post and share one photo if you are featured; no additional permission is required. 
  • Posts that don’t follow these few little guidelines will be deleted.

Ready? Let's hop!

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1 comment:

  1. Hi Kathi,
    Thanks so much for featuring my Chicken Fodder post! I saw from your post that you are getting some eggs from hens that were on winter break and maybe spring is coming! Very exciting. :)


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