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In this podcast episode, I answer a question about what podcasts I am currently listening to and my thoughts on Jack Spirko and his podcast called The Survival Podcast.
The Modern Homesteading Podcast, Episode 98 – July 16, 2018 – What Podcasts Do I Listen To and What Is My Opinion About Jack Spirko and The Survival Podcast.
Question For Today’s Podcast Episode:
Patrick asks: I was wondering what podcasts you listen to, I find there aren’t a lot of great podcasts that talk about homesteading, and thought maybe you might know of a few I haven’t heard of. Also, what is your opinion about Jack Spirko and his podcast, the Survival Podcast? Have you ever listened to it and if so do you find him offensive? I like some of his content but have a hard time with how he comes off.
What is my opinion about Jack Spirko and his podcast and rest assured if I didn’t have anything good to say I wouldn’t have even answered this question.
My current list of podcasts I listen to. Even though I have given a list in the past, that list has changed as some have went away and some I have lost interest in.
Other homesteading podcasts that I don’t currently listen to but you may enjoy.
The podcasts I currently listen to –
The Survival Podcast by Jack Spirko
Sow Edible Permaculture Podcast by Amy and Stacy
Pioneering Today Podcast by Melissa K. Norris
Farmish Kind Of Life by Amy Dingman
Small Scale Life by Tom Domres
Living Free In Tennessee by Nicole Sauce
Living Homegrown Podcast by Theresa Loe
Abundant Edge Podcast by Oliver Goshey
Making Permaculture Stronger by Dan Palmer
The podcasts that relate to homesteading that I don’t currently listen to but you may enjoy –
Creative Destruction Podcast
The Homestead Life:
A segment where each episode I share something that’s better in my life because of homesteading.
Fresh quail eggs! I ate quail eggs for the first time a couple of years ago and instantly my life was better and I way over prefer them over chicken eggs, especially store-bought chicken eggs. These eggs are a little harder to work with but they are so worth it.