In this episode, we discuss all things farming with Sebastien Bonneu of Countryside Farm based in Cedar Creek, Texas. Sebastien has a background working in bakeries and restaurants around the world. After buying a house with some land outside of Austin, he and his family started Countryside Farm. Here, they raise, process, and sell many breeds of animals – from turkeys and rabbits to wild hogs.
Hailing from the countryside outside of Bordeaux, France, Sebastien was raised by two chefs on a sustainable farm. This helped him hone not only his culinary skills, but his overall knowledge of self-sufficient farming practices…
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