Victoria Redhed Miller

New Society Publishers


Victoria Redhed Miller grew up in Seattle and now lives with her husband, David, on their off-grid farm in the Olympic Mountain foothills near Sequim, Washington. She writes and blogs about homesteading and self-reliance, as well as speaking at events around the country. She is also the author of Pure Poultry: Living Well with Heritage Chickens, Turkeys and Ducks. Books by This Speaker: Craft Distilling, Pure Poultry, From No Knead to Sourdough

Victoria will be speaking at the Texas, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Kansas Fairs


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The Practicality and Legality of Craft Distilling

Hobby distilling is very popular, but confusion still abounds about the legalities around the distillation of liquor. Victoria Redhed Miller, author of the award-winning book Craft Distilling: Making Liquor Legally at Home, explains the facts about legal distilling. She provides an update on pending legislation as well as an overview on how to make high-quality distilled spirits on a small scale. Perfect for anyone interested in distilling liquor, this workshop's as fun as it is informative.
Real Foods Nature and Community

Available In:

Texas, Sunday 10:00-11:00 a.m., Grit Stage
Oregon, Sunday 10:00-11:00 a.m., Homestead Hustle Stage
Kansas, Workshop time to be determined

Small Engine Equipment Basic maintenance and common repairs

The typical small farm or homestead uses a variety of small-engine equipment: chainsaws, mowers and trimmers, generators, snow blowers, compact tractors, and more. Unfortunately, it's getting harder to find qualified repair services, so many people end up replacing equipment when something goes wrong. Victoria Redhed Miller, an Equipment & Engine Training Council (EETC)-certified small engine technician, provides a brief overview of types of small engines, important routine maintenance, and off-season storage (as well as a discussion of a few common issues that you can easily deal with at home).
Modern Homesteading

Available In:

Texas, Sunday 2:00-3:00 p.m., Homestead Hustle Stage
Oregon, Saturday 5:00-6:00 p.m., Grit Stage
Pennsylvania, Workshop time to be determined
Kansas, Workshop time to be determined

Hands on Make Your Own Sourdough Starter

Making and maintaining your own sourdough starter is simpler than you might think. Experienced sourdough baker Victoria Redhed Miller, author of From No-knead to Sourdough: A simpler approach to handmade bread, leads this hands-on experience where attendees take home their very own sourdough starter. Miller also demonstrates basic breadmaking techniques and answers your questions about sourdough breads. Note: An extra pass is required for this workshop. Space is limited, get your passes today
Real Foods Hands On

Available In:

Texas, Saturday 3:30-4:30 p.m., Hands-On Workshops
Oregon, Sunday 3:30-4:30 p.m., Hands-On and Extended Workshops

From No Knead to Sourdough Finding your comfort zone with handmade bread

Making your own bread is easier than you might think, once you find your comfort zone and try it! The author of From No-Knead to Sourdough: A simpler approach to handmade bread covers the basic principles of breadmaking, with an overview of simple no-knead yeast breads, pre-ferments, and sourdough-based breads. You don't need experience, fancy equipment, or expensive ingredients to make wonderful bread at home. This workshop includes a demonstration of basic techniques, a brief look at a hand-built wood-fired bread oven, as well as discussion on the importance of the tradition of home bread-making.
Real Foods

Available In:

Texas, Saturday 10:00-11:00 a.m., Real Food Stage
Oregon, Saturday 2:00-3:00 p.m., Real Food Stage
Pennsylvania, Workshop time to be determined
Kansas, Workshop time to be determined