Ninja Chickens Podcast

Ninja Chickens Episode #22

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  • Homesteading/Homeschooling/Chit Chat
    • SAFF – Southeastern Animal Fiber Fair
    • We have a travel Camper!
Ninja Chickens Podcast

Ninja Chickens Episode #21

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  • Homesteading/Homeschooling/Chit Chat
    • SAFF – Southeastern Animal Fiber Fair
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Ninja Chickens Episode #19

Show Notes From Episode 19

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  • Homesteading/Homeschooling/Chit Chat
    • Family Canoe Trip
    • Going to EYF!
  • Pumpkin Spiced Tea blend-
    • Mix the following dried powders:
      • 1 Tbsp. Cinnamon
      • 2 tsp. Ginger
      • 1/2 tsp each: Allspice, Cardamom, Nutmeg, and Clove
    • Use 1/2 tsp of the mix in your Black or Rooibos tea and steep as usual.
    • Or, warm 2 tsp. of the mix in 1/2 cup of creamer or whipping cream and let steep for 20 minutes.  Then use this cream in your tea or coffee.  Steam/froth the cream if desired.  Sweeten as desired.  (Keep extra cream in the refrigerator for use later.)
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Ninja Chickens – Episode #17

Show Notes From Episode 17

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  • Homesteading/Homeschooling/Chit Chat
    • Botanical Print experiment
    • Report on Goldie the Chicken
    • Wool Scouts Retreat
    • Full Solar Eclipse
  • Elderberry tea
    • 6 parts Elderberries
    • 1 part each – dried ginger root, sweet cinnamon chips, and orange peel
      • 2 tsp in a cup of boiling water.  Let steep 10 minutes.  Strain and drink up!
Ninja Chickens Podcast

Ninja Chickens – Episode #16

Show Notes From Episode 16

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  • Homesteading/Homeschooling/Chit Chat
    • Report on Goldie the Chicken
    • Hiking Big Butt trail and Geocaching
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Ninja Chickens – Episode #15

Show Notes From Episode 15

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  • Spinning
    Washing up of some Hog Island and California Red fleeces

 

  • Dyeing- Eco printing on lots and lots of sock blanks, silks, and bed sheets
    Moon Phases, silks, and sock blanks are in the Ninja Chickens Etsy store!

 

  • Homesteading/Homeschooling/Chit Chat
    • Bee Swarms and School Happenings

 

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Ninja Chickens – Episode #14

Show Notes From Episode 14

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  • Homesteading/Homeschooling/Chit Chat
    • Fabulous visits with friends, and Bee Swarms

**Summer Mint Quencher**

Equal parts Mint, Hibiscus Flower, Peach Leaf

Use 2 tsp of herb mixture in one cup of boiling water.  Steep ~10 minutes add sweetener and ice and enjoy!

You can find a good practitioner through AHG American Herbalists Guild

A couple of my favorite places to buy herbs:
Mountain Rose Herbs
Starwest-Botanicals

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Ninja Chickens – Episode #13

Show Notes From Episode 13

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Homesteading/Homeschooling/Chit Chat

  • Birthdays, broken arms, sick chickens, festivals, and visiting friends…. busy, fun Summer!

And for your viewing pleasure – Business Time by Flight of the Conchords

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Ninja Chickens – Episode #12

Show Notes From Episode 12

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  • Giveaway winner announced! for Coolidge Red and Sliding Rock yarns!
    Go check out the giveaway thread for some amazing history posts!
  • Finished Objects

– Amigas Tank by Dami Hunter of Magpie Fibers in Magpie Fibers Solstice yarn

  • WIPS

– Working on a personal pattern

Shard by Romi Hill in Another Crafty Girl’s Strong Sock yarn “Triangle Lover’s Club”

Moder Dy by Kate Davies in Fern Fiber’s Alpaca yarns

Homesteading/Homeschooling/Chit Chat

– Aquisition – Picknick and children’s books for learning Swedish

**Summer Berry Special Tea**
30g blueberries (dried)
10g Hibiscus Flower (dried)
10g Rosehips (cut and sifted)
10g Strawberry Leaf (dried)
10g Orange Peel (dried)

Makes 70g or 2.5 ounces of tea. Pour boiling water over 2 tsp. of tea and let steep for 5 – 7 minutes. Strain. Sweeten if desired, and enjoy!

This gorgeous red tea is a tangy delight, high in antioxidants. It’s a fabulous iced tea on a hot summer day! Or pour it into your ice trays to make cubes for your water.

You can find a good practitioner through AHG American Herbalists Guild

Places to buy herbs:
Mountain Rose Herbs
Starwest-Botanicals