Skip the Grocery Store and BUY FOOD at a FARM

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Sow the Land

3 oy oldin

Today we go grocery shopping at our friends @Honey Tree Farm
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Jason and Lorraine. In 2016 we sold most of our belongings and left the city in southern California to start a small homestead in the mountains of North Carolina. We left the city in search for a more minimal and intentional life. We became passionate about growing our own food and knowing what exactly is in our food after I (Jason) became diagnosed with cancer. Now 8 years in remission we as a family are on a journey to live our passions.
We document our life on UZpost videos to inspire others to get out of their comfort zone and not be afraid of change. We started our own online general store where we have available the things we make and use in real life. Thank you for following us on this incredible life changing journey!
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Kent Mcjo
Kent Mcjo 12 kun oldin
God bless your family
chele michele
chele michele 2 oy oldin
👍 Have a good day ❄❄❄
Debbie Bragg
Debbie Bragg 2 oy oldin
Toney Johnson
Toney Johnson 3 oy oldin
Honey Tree Farm is great wish they were near me.
Sonya Gregory
Sonya Gregory 3 oy oldin
Wow! Wouldn't it be wonderful to live beside Tori & Casey! I love to watch their videos too. They supply produce to the Honey Hog restaurant which is just up the road from where I live! Casey & Tori Rock!❤😊🙏🙏🙏🥦🥬🥕🥒
Robin Whitlatch
Robin Whitlatch 3 oy oldin
I started growing green and purple color and small and large sizes of Kohlrabi 6 years ago. It is great in soup, oven roasted with beet and carrot, in salad or just eat raw. I lightly blanched and froze some for winter stew and it was ok. Very versatile vegetable.
Dianna Clarke
Dianna Clarke 3 oy oldin
How cool that you meet Casey and torey before you even know Justin and Rebecca.
minnie jolliff
minnie jolliff 3 oy oldin
Processed food causes me to have acid reflux really bad
Carol Wengel
Carol Wengel 3 oy oldin
Have a blessed and happy Thanksgiving, Jason, Lorraine & family!
DVY Bryson
DVY Bryson 3 oy oldin
Happy Thanksgiving. Question: When selecting an item to purchase from the link on your UZpost site, how do I know you receive the Amazon credit? Would I see something while on Amazon?
Morgan's Happy Place
Morgan's Happy Place 3 oy oldin
Happy Thanksgiving!! God Bless .
Clarice Place
Clarice Place 3 oy oldin
Happy Thanksgiving
Millie Wilkie
Millie Wilkie 3 oy oldin
you can cook the Kolrabi it tastes like turnip
Kyle Miller
Kyle Miller 3 oy oldin
casey's so chill.. one of those tents must be for the weed
Amanda Patterson
Amanda Patterson 3 oy oldin
Love your videos! We make a delicious kohlrabi soup.
onlyinmissouri 3 oy oldin
Love them...they work so hard and have beautiful crops!
sydneydbrooks 3 oy oldin
Hippabellita1 3 oy oldin
So funny, that you guys don't know Kohlrabi ;-)))) It's the most commonly used veggie besides carrots in Germany. It's the typical food toddlers grow up on. Besides eating it raw (you can spiralize it or eat it in slices, the typical way to eat it, is cutting them up in french fries style sticks and steaming them or cooking them in a bit of water and serving it with a thick "white" sauce made with flour and parsley alongside cooked potatoes. And they grow super quickly, about 6 weeks, and they are ready to eat. And the calette (?) is really good - we call them "flower sprouts". Beautiful food you got !!!!
Granny Frammy
Granny Frammy 3 oy oldin
Amazing veg they have on their farm. Kohlrabi is super common here in Germany-It is true you can just eat it as is or shred it and put like a Italian dressing on it but here we mostly dice it in bite size pieces, boil it in salted water for bout 15 mins then make a roo and add it to a side veg. The leaves are exquisit in a soup with potatoes and a little carrots-just cut the leaves up and boil them along in broth, it tastes real good if you boil a little pork meat with it like a pork chop then cut it up. The leaves are a bit similar to Collards but not as rough of a leave and taste so mild like the beet of the Kohlrabi. A lot of ppl discard the leaves which breaks my heart -they are soooo good :) Happy Thanksgiving yall greetings from Germany
troy&anne's allotment dairy
troy&anne's allotment dairy 3 oy oldin
Hi jason think it's time to get in ur veg garden get it all ready for next season dont u get any horse or cow muck delivery compost in stead of the pigs chickens eating ur scraps just compost it plus recover ur tunnel etc....
Dave 3 oy oldin
Great video, except for the stinky Kim Chee. Can't take that smell LOL.
d'apollo 3 oy oldin
If you ever cross paths with a Korean woman who immigrated here, suggest asking her to make you some kimchi. The Asian foods made and sold in the US are not the same as the real thing. If that woman sees you love Korean cuisine, she'll keep giving you more to try out.
Sally Boothe
Sally Boothe 3 oy oldin
I love watching Honey Tree Farm. Learned so much from these two. I wish I lived closer so I could support them and buy beautiful fresh veggies. Happy Thanksgiving 🦃
Johnson Rocson
Johnson Rocson 3 oy oldin
People that farm are SO HAPPY 😁😁 Get out side ! I think Jason will have a big tunnel-shaped delivery soon haha
Renee Brown
Renee Brown 3 oy oldin
I try to "buy" all my veggies and fruits from my gardens
Regina Garvey
Regina Garvey 3 oy oldin
Can you tell me what is Fuzzy and where did you get it? Is it a rooster? Such a nice flock!
Regina Garvey
Regina Garvey 3 oy oldin
Thank you! I may order 2 in spring. I want to thank you and your lovely family for sharing your homesteading ideas with us.
Sow the Land
Sow the Land 3 oy oldin
polish hen from McMurray hatchery
Ohskelily Wurarah
Ohskelily Wurarah 3 oy oldin
Margaret Bedwell
Margaret Bedwell 3 oy oldin
It is amazing how Honey Tree Farms has grown in just a few years. His place is beautiful. One of the best I have seen. Thanks for sharing. I love the walk in coolers you make Jason. That is a real niche too. Y'all have a wonderful Thanksgiving. Looks like lots to eat for sure.
Virginia Reid
Virginia Reid 3 oy oldin
This was an amazing video. Lorraine, you had more will power than I would have had. Everything looked so fresh and inviting I would have wanted a few of everything they grow. If I though I could get back home with everything as fresh as it was picked, I'd make the drive to buy from them. Happy Thanksgiving
Kelleena Borner
Kelleena Borner 3 oy oldin
Thanks for video great information :)
The gardener
The gardener 3 oy oldin
Love Honey Tree Farm.
Kay Dickerson
Kay Dickerson 3 oy oldin
Speaking of Justin....he’s overflowing with kale !
Antu Sharma
Antu Sharma 3 oy oldin
I am from India where too farmers face issues .I support your suggestion to support local farmers.
Karen Cary
Karen Cary 3 oy oldin
I used to grow kohlrabi but we cooked it like turnips. The tuber part we peeled and cube. Then boiled it till tender. We took the green leaves and chopped them and cooked it's own pot of boiling water until just limp but retaining its fresh green color. We drained the tuber and leaves separately. You could add cream and butter to the cubed, drained tuber, add salt and pepper to taste. Just before serving you would add the cooked, chopped, drained and hot leaves on top and serve. ANOTHER WAY AN THE ONE I LIKED BEST WAS: instead of adding cream and butter, you make a CREAM SAUCE and put it over the cubed, boiled, drain tuber, then you put the chopped, boiled, drained leaves on top.
Anchorage Prepper
Anchorage Prepper 3 oy oldin
You should try and make some kale chips and you can make a Kohlrabi soup too.
Tina Levron
Tina Levron 3 oy oldin
If I lived by Honey Tree Farm, I'd be one of their best customers. I absolutely believe in supporting small farms. So much pride goes into it and comes through in the vegetables they sell.
johnnie bunton
johnnie bunton 3 oy oldin
Hello great video. That farm would they ship to south Carolina.
Lauren H Jenquin
Lauren H Jenquin 3 oy oldin
YUM Kohlrabi. there is some that get really large. you should looking in to growing Kohlrabi & see what kinds there is to grow. It is great cooked to.
rkorsberg 3 oy oldin
Jason, A big THANK YOU for giving Casey & Tori a shout out to help build their subscriber base....I wish you would stop by there every couple of weeks and show people what a great operation they have over there....They are probably the best knowledge source for ALL homesteaders when it comes to growing veggies...especially if someone is interested in starting a commercial program to help finance their homestead....PLEASE help them build their channel, for all the hard work they put in...They truly work their tails off to make a living and need to get their channel up to 100K to make the UZpost thing viable for a bunch of colaborations, or whatever they need to be successful on youtube....I appreciate you helping them out, plus, everything you can learn from them will be invaluable for your family's success also.....
Janet Withers
Janet Withers 3 oy oldin
Amazing collection of garden veggies at this time of year. 🦃🍁😺
Batpherlang Kharkrang
Batpherlang Kharkrang 3 oy oldin
Hi..... Jason and Lorraine nice to see you both, thank you for sharing your video homestead chicken farmer garden 👋 bye 👋 bye 👋 bye 👋 👕🐔🐓🐥🐖🌱🎥👍👍👍
Laurie Sickles
Laurie Sickles 3 oy oldin
I bet that was fun to shop at your favorite farm!
pappyjohn 99
pappyjohn 99 3 oy oldin
Momma G
Momma G 3 oy oldin
They have a beautiful farm id love to try Kohlrabi, and I've tried Hoss seeds there great and nice tools y'all have a great Thanksgiving 🥧🦃
Kathleenmusiclvr 3 oy oldin
You just gotta say hi to chickens :) .
Arden Peters
Arden Peters 3 oy oldin
i wonder this will sound crazy but... it WORKED. whileiving in Washington state, the slugs are HUGE and so many. somewhere we read if you puree them in a blender let them ferment two days and then spray mixed with kne of those hose sprayer bottles. let me tell you it was amazing. the slugs wouldn't go near the plants
Nancy Hannah
Nancy Hannah 3 oy oldin
I see a high tunnel with Lorraines name on it!
Cheryl Fraunhofer
Cheryl Fraunhofer 3 oy oldin
Jason, I hate to be a pain in the derierre, but you said a couple of times that you would leave a link to their farm in the notes below the video, and there are no links except the ones for your merchandise. Also, I'd like to see the video you mentioned of when you first visited their farm. Thanks!
Sow the Land
Sow the Land 3 oy oldin
The links are there. Look for the red dot. 🔴
Forrest Gump
Forrest Gump 3 oy oldin
I use and save my carrot tops too. Especially this year since my parsley did not germinate. It is wonderful in soups and broths! and tastes like a cross between parsley and carrot. What a wonderful video! A market garden is exactly what I want to do!
Dushayne Mitchell
Dushayne Mitchell 3 oy oldin
Diane Charles
Diane Charles 3 oy oldin
Gosh I remember when you went there to Help on the room , man time definitely flying!!!
Ca Bo
Ca Bo 3 oy oldin
Let Case know that wasps are predators to the caterpillar. The wasps plant their eggs into the caterpillar and the larvae feed on them.
Ryan Wooten
Ryan Wooten 3 oy oldin
I was waiting for Casey to hold up his hands when asked, what's the most used tool on the farm.
Ca Bo
Ca Bo 3 oy oldin
Dawn Drake
Dawn Drake 3 oy oldin
Fun to watch Casey eat the whole time.
David Greco
David Greco 3 oy oldin
Awesome! The high tunnels are super inspiring
IslandGardener 3 oy oldin
Casey needs some ducks, they love love love caterpillars!
Shucks 3 oy oldin
Yeah- the Chinese do that with thousands!
Tip Giles
Tip Giles 3 oy oldin
I like his comment about having a second spring in October. Fall here in Austin, Texas, is a much better growing that Spring since we are going from cool to moderate cold. I don't even know if we will have a freeze this year. We are growing in 8 raised beds, three Green Stalk Garden towers and a composting garden tow much more than in Spring. Six different lettuces, green cabbage, turnip greens, mustard greens, spinach, Swiss chard, kohlrabi, kale, tatsoi, radishes, beets, bunching onions, garlic, sugar snap peas, winged beans and green beans, turnips, and Chinese cabbage. We don't grow a lot of each, just enough to feed us through out the season. We successive plant to keep harvesting each of the above. Last night our meal was 95% from the farmers market where we have made friend with many of the vendors or what we grow. Joy Giles
Sara Phillips
Sara Phillips 3 oy oldin
It is awesome to have those friends that grow food. Where I live there are very few farm markets and they mainly only sell veggies July and August. I do take advantage of them when available.
Deb Smith
Deb Smith 3 oy oldin
Very good advice, support our community always ☘️💝✝️🌴🙏
ssfoste 3 oy oldin
You folks are awesome, quite a community you all have built. I really respect Casey and Tori, and of course you guys. Funny I don't know your names.
Mary’s Container Garden
Mary’s Container Garden 3 oy oldin
This was a great video. What a lovely bunch of veggies for your Thanksgiving table!
Warren From GA
Warren From GA 3 oy oldin
Your videos brighten my day. thanks for sharing.
Sandi Schraut
Sandi Schraut 3 oy oldin
Oh man kohlrabi is my favorite veggie. Yum.
Mary Jemison
Mary Jemison 3 oy oldin
Kohlrabi is delicious 😋
Libby Bunn
Libby Bunn 3 oy oldin
Loved your visit to veggie farm!! What fun to grow and sell healthy foods!! Exciting
Jo Ha
Jo Ha 3 oy oldin
Sylvia Bradley
Sylvia Bradley 3 oy oldin
Casey and Tori are great 💥
Brian Wood
Brian Wood 3 oy oldin
I can grow greens at -10 to -30 Celsius in November December winter
Brian Wood
Brian Wood 3 oy oldin
Meant I can’t grow in that - weather hear in Manitoba may til sept only time to grow
Jada Veator
Jada Veator 3 oy oldin
My vegetable gardening still going strong in GA. I need to start covering up soon cold weather on it's way after Thanksgiving. I also use leaves for compost material it's free in my own yard I have one acre and lots of trees the leaves breaks down fast especially when you have chickens and ducks they work it.
Alina Patricia
Alina Patricia 3 oy oldin
Tori & Casey are great examples of great attitude and hard work. Love watching them.
Anthony Marini
Anthony Marini 3 oy oldin
Love your channel.
Made For It Farm
Made For It Farm 3 oy oldin
Excellent video as usual mate. I’ll have to check out the older videos.
Alina Patricia
Alina Patricia 3 oy oldin
Yes! Ditch the grocery stores esp the huge, mainstream stores. Let's give our business to our honest, hardworking beyond organic farmers and homesteaders.
Serenity Mountain Farm
Serenity Mountain Farm 3 oy oldin
Cool. We use kolrobi as slaw and then we stir fry the tops
Sow the Land
Sow the Land 3 oy oldin
love it!
Jeanne L
Jeanne L 3 oy oldin
I remember you building the cool room with Casey. He and Tori are great market gardeners.
pascal kwast
pascal kwast 3 oy oldin
chris Andrews
chris Andrews 3 oy oldin
I live in Southwestern Pennsylvania where the farmers' market season runs from June to about late October early to Mid November. Starting about September is more pumpkin, apple, maybe the end of corn. The summer months is when the farmers market is in full swing. I buy a lot of produce and freeze them, so I have fresh veggies in the winter months. As far as fresh fruit just put it this way, it doesn't make into the feezer. My husband and I eat it for snacks.
Rebecca Stanley
Rebecca Stanley 3 oy oldin
That is amazing. I made the kimchi during Art and Anna’s class. I loved it💕
Beverly Castor
Beverly Castor 3 oy oldin
Love your family and your videos Happy Thanksgiving to your family
Sow the Land
Sow the Land 3 oy oldin
Same to you!
noname -
noname - 3 oy oldin
Sounds like an apple
Sixth Day Ranch Texas
Sixth Day Ranch Texas 3 oy oldin
I think more and more folks are opening thier eyes to the many issues with grocery store food. Let's get back to the basics and lets get our food from good local farmers! Not only does it support the backbone of our country but it offers quality clean and humane food for our families.
Sixth Day Ranch Texas
Sixth Day Ranch Texas 3 oy oldin
You guys are awesome. This is spot on! Keep up the good work my friend!
Sow the Land
Sow the Land 3 oy oldin
right on! you too!
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