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Three Basic Medicinal Tea Blends

In this video I’m going to show you how to brew three of my favorite medicinal teas. Chamomile, Eucalyptus and Rose petal. Remember if you like these videos to please be sure to subscribe to my channel. Do you ever make your own tea blends from nature? Let me know in the video comments on YouTube. You can also tag me on Instagram at @georgiapellegrini, and be sure to follow […]

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Wild Game Cooking FAQ

Every Saturday I’ve been doing a LIVE show on my YouTube channel where you can interact with me and recently I did one on Wild Game FAQ. I hope you’ll subscribe and share it with your friends, it’s free and I love hearing from you and interacting with you about the things we care about. In this recent episode, I decided to answer some of the reader questions I’ve received […]

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Baked Eggs with Axis Venison and Tahini Sauce

On my recent Adventure Getaway, not only did I bring back a lot of wild boar meat, but I was also gifted several packages of Axis venison. And ever since my trip to Israel I have been inspired to do more Israeli cooking because the cuisine there blew me away. So I used that wonderful combination of facts to make these Baked Eggs with Axis Venison and Tahini Sauce, which […]

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Here is What You Should Do in Okinawa, Japan

Okinawa is not like the rest of the Japanese islands. From the rich sea life, exotic vibe, and incredible foods, it is a bucket list destination, especially when you want to escape to warmer climate in the winter. Hop over to our Adventure Getaways Travel Itineraries and see what you should do in Okinawa, Japan. An share a comment if we missed any of your favorite places in Okinawa! Here […]

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How to Make Mason Jar Candles

Beeswax is Nature’s natural air purifier. Here’s a simple, thoughtful gift idea that you can make at home in under one hour! So let me show you how to make mason jar candles. You can use many types of mason jars, but opt for ones that are short and wide mouthed. You’ll also want to opt for beeswax pellets instead of blocks because they will fill the air pockets better […]

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Forging a Steel Striker: A Visit to The Blacksmith

On a recent Saturday morning I paid a visit to my friend Lin Rhea, an extremely talented blacksmith who is keeping an ancient tradition alive. He specializes in historic blacksmithing and makes the most incredible things with fire, metal, and strength–from forged scissors, to pliers, to the most stunning knives. I decided to share a live demonstration on my YouTube page, which features all kinds of pioneer skills. I hope […]

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How to Make Sugared Flowers

This spring and summer, decorate your cakes with beautiful natural edible sugared flowers. There are so many out there that you can make use of. In this episode of my Modern Pioneering series, I show you how to make sugared flowers from nature. And if you’re not sure which ones are edible, check out my list of edible flowers to grow in your garden for tips on what you can […]

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Honey Orange Wild Boar with Fennel Herb Salad

As you know by now, I am a big believer in getting my meat from a whole animal because you get more for your money when you break it down yourself. For example, my latest video on How to Quarter a Chicken shows you how to do just that. And on my recent Adventure Getaway I spent a lot of time butchering wild boar with the ladies who attended. We […]

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Sika Stew with Spring Vegetables

On my recent Adventure Getaway, I was gifted a whole bunch of wild meat, not to mention that we harvested some lovely wild hogs. So I have been cooking up a storm, and one delicious recipe I made here recently was Sika Stew with Spring Vegetables. Of course you could use any kind of venison, or even beef, elk, bison or your other favorite stew meat, but I noticed that […]

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