Monthly Archives: May 2010

Real Food: Animals

After my last two posts, which were more philosophical than I usually tend to be (I’m more of a realist), I wanted to share the food choices we make.  This is what works for us, after a few years of … Continue reading

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Real Sustainable Food

It seems that most people agreed with much of what I said in my last post, but many rejected the term “Anti-Organic.”  Let me be clear that, while the organic label can be affixed to local, humanely raised, seasonal, fresh, … Continue reading

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I’m Anti-Organic

Oh yeah, I said it.  And it’s true.  Hardly any of the food we eat is organic.  Here are the top 5 reasons why: #5- Organic does not mean “small family farm,” though big agriculture tends to want us to … Continue reading

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Menu Planning Monday

I’m getting back on my feet (so to speak) when it comes to cooking.  I’ve found that planning ahead is key right now, since our supper time is also cluster-feeding time.  We’re eating from our reserves in the freezer, with … Continue reading

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Nobody told me…

I knew my life would change forever when I became a mother.  It has totally changed, in amazing ways.  But there are little, funny things that have changed, too. First, I’ve had to get used to people wanting to talk to … Continue reading

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