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MeatEater Fire Breather Hot Sauce
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MeatEater Store
$6.99
Thanks to the fresh pepper flavor with hints of garlic and smoke, this versatile hot sauce will kick up the heat level on just about anything, from unicorn shanks to jackalope roasts. Made in the USA. 5 fl oz
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4 Pack Seasonings Gift Pack
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Spiceology
$35.99
Get the what you need to cover nearly any recipe in the kitchen. Designed tocover Fin, Fowl, Forage, and Fur these spices will step up your game in thekitchen with nearly any critter you bring home.
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Meater+ Bluetooth Thermometer
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Meater
$99.99
With up to 165 ft Wireless Range, MEATER is the first truly wireless smart meat thermometer.
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The MeatEater Fish and Game Cookbook
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Penguin Random House
$35.00
The definitive guide to cooking wild game, including fish and fowl, featuring more than 100 new recipes.
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MeatEater Smoke Signals BBQ Sauce
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MeatEater Store
$9.99
This smokey, tangy, Kansas City-style BBQ sauce is perfect to serve alongside brisket, slather over burgers, or baste on a rack of brontosaurus ribs. Made in the USA.  12 fl oz
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Tall Cocotte 5 QT
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Staub
$199.99
"I use my Staub dutch oven more than any other cookware during the winter for creating delicious braised wild game recipes." - Danielle Prewett
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Jean-Paul Bourgeois Seasonings 6 pack
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Spiceology
$59.99
Thoughtfully curated by wild game connoisseur and MeatEater Chef Jean-Paul Bourgeois, these spices will have your taste buds begging for more. Submarine Designed with our swimming friends in mind, this blend boasts fresh green herbs like chive, marjoram, and parsley while packing a punch of garlic, salt, and chili flake. Other than the fish or seafood itself this is the only ingredient you need Game Changer Perfect on all game especially ducks...
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Essential Meatcrafter™️ Knife
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Benchmade
$180.00
A hybrid hunting fixed blade with a fine, smooth edge to trim, debone, or slice your preferred cuts of meat. Makes just as much sense in the back of your truck as it does in the kitchen drawer.
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How to Forage for Juniper Berries

Foraging

How to Forage for Juniper Berries

Juniper is known in most circles (American, at least) for being the star flavor in your gin and tonic, a drink I associate, lovingly, with summertime (unless in the exempt arena of an airport or a casino where I enjoy them year-round). But beyond gin and beyond summer, juniper is the staple spice of...
Jenna Rozelle Jan 9, 2023
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How to Clean and Store Fresh Eggs

Homesteading

How to Clean and Store Fresh Eggs

The best thing about owning laying hens is getting farm-fresh eggs. There is nothing better than going out to the nesting box to see how many eggs have been laid, collecting them, and bringing them inside. Hens start laying eggs once they reach approximately six months of age. Don't worry about...
Abbagail McRuer Jan 5, 2023
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5 Reasons You Shouldn’t Start a Homestead

Homesteading

5 Reasons You Shouldn’t Start a Homestead

While it’s easy enough to enjoy the thought of one day running your own homestead, pining for that life of self-sufficiency, the truth of the matter is that kind of life can be taxing, and that’s putting it lightly. Things don’t always go the way we planned, and we’re left scratching our heads...
Mike Fitzgerald Jan 2, 2023
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8 Things You Need to Start Raising Chickens

Homesteading

8 Things You Need to Start Raising Chickens

Chickens were the first animals we got when we moved out of suburbia and into the country. They don't call them the "gateway" farm animal for no reason; they're addictive. Once you get one chicken, you'll want more—it's a fierce cycle that inspired us to start our regenerative ranch. If you've ever...
Abbagail McRuer Dec 26, 2022
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How to Vermicompost

Gardening

How to Vermicompost

Around 22% of household garbage in the US is organic food waste, and another 13% is yard waste like leaves and grass clippings. That means that a third of the material being lugged around our neighborhoods by giant trucks and piled up in steaming mountains of refuse could be easily recirculated into...
Jordan Tony Dec 8, 2022
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How to Grow Peanuts

Gardening

How to Grow Peanuts

Peanuts were most likely first cultivated in Brazil or Peru, where they have been eaten for at least 3,500 years. Nowadays we think of them as a classic American snack, but their journey here was anything but direct. Spanish explorers introduced peanuts to Europe during the beginning of the...
Jordan Tony Nov 29, 2022
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How to Assess Your Garden's Microclimate

Gardening

How to Assess Your Garden's Microclimate

Selecting the space where you locate your vegetable garden might seem mundane or unimportant, but it’s often the reason why some gardens are successful and others aren’t. Most gardeners understand how their USDA growing zone impacts when they should plant their crops. But even within growing zones...
Jordan Tony Nov 7, 2022
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Video: How to Start Chicks in the Fall

Homesteading

Video: How to Start Chicks in the Fall

Everybody loves a spring chicken, but at the Newcomb Farm, we start ours in the fall to get more productivity out of our egg-laying chickens using their natural egg-laying patterns. Most chicks won’t start laying eggs until 18 to 20 weeks. That means they are pretty much just farm freeloaders for...
Misty Newcomb Nov 3, 2022
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