WHY YOU NEED A POSER HOMESTEAD & HOW TO START IT TODAY
THE FOOD IS WAY BETTER
Mother Nature serves you dinner–no plastic, boxes, or MSG. Just great food.
That…is the Poser Homestead.
I’m eating the best food when it grows–in season–and preserving it for all year long.
SUPPLY CHAINS BREAK
I never thought I’d see a shelf empty–in the United States.
During the pandemic, we did. And, though I never created it for this reason…the Poser Homestead pulled through.
YOU CAN DO THIS!
Most full-time farmers have day jobs and farm. If they can do it, you can grow a few things, do some canning, cook from scratch, or keep a few chickens.
Do as little–or as much as you want. Any one thing you do–is one more skill.
Here’s my Poser Homestead “Why…” What’s yours?
I eat like a chef. My food is right from the land or preserved in season.
I’m learning important skills: canning, brewing, fermenting, extracting, preserving, building and fixing.
I’m more self-reliant. Imagine a life where you always have something amazing for dinner and don’t run out of beer.
I’m keeping a ton of stuff out of the landfill.
Are you ready to build your poser homestead?
Once upon a time, I decided to live off the land. I failed. Vegetables suffered. Vegetables died. I went to the store in defeat.
Then, I moved to where the farmers live. I watched, asked questions, and learned. Over time, I improved.
Here’s the day everything changed: I was thinking about dinner and I heard a voice.
“I’m here, pick me!” The garden spoke through the weeds. “Look closer, I’m here!” Things were growing…yellow, orange, green, red…
That was the day I fell in love. Dinner was amazing–fresh, seasonal, magic. The more I paid attention, the better I lived.
This is the story of the Poser Homestead. What started as an urban combat garden became something much more–an amazing way of life.
Most people say, “That’s too hard.”
It’s not. And the payoff is real. Whether you just want to Instagram your dinner, want to learn hard core self-reliance, learn to make your grandma’s jam, or just want a chef-level herb garden, you can do as little–or as much–as you want.
Today, this is more than a history lesson. When the pandemic hit, supply chains broke. Shelves emptied. The Poser Homestead pulled through–just by doing the things we normally do,
That’s why you need a poser homestead too.