In this episode, Charlotte Brunin, producer of the Urban Homesteading podcast, spoke with well-respected writers, speakers, and artisans Meredith Leigh and Gianaclis Caldwell about the value of real, home-made, ethically raised foods, including meat. , cheese and ferments.
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Gianaclis Caldwell is the author of four books on cheese making and small-scale dairy farming, including the award-winning Mastering Artisan Cheesemaking. With her husband, she milks goats and makes cheese at the Pholia Farm Creamery in southern Oregon.
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