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Drink & Farm #132 - Pumpkin Everything

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We Drink and We Farm Things
Duration: 34:27
In this episode, we talk pumpkin to you! You’ll learn some fun pumpkin history, all about several different varietals you can plant in next year’s garden, and we bust a HUGE pie myth. It’s a good one. Listen here or your fave podcast app, then join our Facebook Community and continue the discussion.
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In this episode, we talk pumpkin to you! You’ll learn some fun pumpkin history, all about several different varietals you can plant in next year’s garden, and we bust a HUGE pie myth. It’s a good one. Listen here or your fave podcast app, then join our Facebook Community and continue the discussion. Sponsors: This episode is brought to you by: Sweeter Heater! Use code drinkandfarm at www.sweeterheater.com for 15% of your order. Grubbly Farms! Use code FARM15 at www.grubblyfarms.com to save 15% on your first order of delicious black soldier flies for your flock. Our Executive Producer & Producer Patreon Peeps! Thank you, Montanna Coombs, Angela Hollis, D & C Teitzel, Janice Mitchell, Sarah Armstrong, Molly Kollodziej, Ashley Davis, Ashley Kirnan, Natalie Quist, Elise Ferguson, Kaela Wood, Jenny Peterson, Amy Dingmann, Breton O’Neill, Katy Montgomery, Kimberly Taylor, Catie Mac, Mary Kusturin, and Elizabeth Steeves. Our Drink Peep this episode is @stickyhollerfarm, Cheers lady! Show Notes: History Kitchen Wikipedia’s Pumpkin page Baker Creek Seeds Pumpkin pie history Plastic eating enzyme Almanac moon phases Take our survey! Join our group! Shop Follow us on Instagram @drinkandfarm Leave us a voicemail! 401-426-3276
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