#115: Food Friday- Slow Down and Make Sourdough with Essie Schultz
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Welcome to Food Friday! Today we interview Essie Schultz, owner of Great Grain Bread Company in Fleetwood, PA. She started making bread with her grandfather and father when she was a child, and fell in love with the process of how sourdough from stone milled artisan grains improves health! She discusses topics of the microbiome, gut-brain axis, and the benefits of sourdough. You can learn more on her IG channel @goodgrainbreadco. She shares how to make your sourdough starter and encourages everyone to try their hand at stone milling flour and making your own bread!

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Chris Roe: Roe Hunting Resources
Perpetually passionate and informative, Wildlife biologist Chris Roe rejoins the podcast and proceeds to put our soundboard to the test. Social media, politics, predators, and game cameras...nothing controversial in this episode. Enjoy! Hunt Smarter! RHR is the most comprehensive online resource for learning about elk, turkey & deer behavior vocalizations, calling, hunting strategies, etc About Chris RoeI have a degree in wildlife biology from Colorado State University and—in addition to running Roe Hunting Resources—am also a managing partner of a separate wildlife management and consulting company. In this capacity, I am fortunate to be able to work on a variety of wildlife conservation and management issues ranging from routine wildlife surveys for capital development projects, to designing comprehensive wildlife and habitat management plans for large property owners. My specialty is the understanding, and utilization, of wildlife behavior to maximize the success of my wildlife and habitat management plans and projects. In addition to my wildlife expertise, I bring to the table a background in range and forest management. As a hunter, my credentials run even deeper. Starting out as a wide-eyed kid tagging along with my uncles hunting across the farm country of Upstate New York, I have continued to hunt across the country, and credit my passion for wildlife behavior and communication as the basis of most of my success. The only hunting seasons that I missed since those early childhood days were during my assignment in Germany with the U.S. Army. This didn't stop me from taking after-hour jaunts into the German countryside to observe and discover new aspects regarding the behavior of some of that country's most notable big game species: the roebuck, red stag, and wild boar. KifaruBecome a Patron!
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125: Kevin Robertson On Preparing To Hunt Cape Buffalo
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