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Meet @DominiKemp author of @TheKetoKitchen_ (video) http://bit.ly/2cDj4on #keto #ketolife #KetogenicDiet
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At Organic Growers School, @sandorkraut shares his passion http://bit.ly/2d7qP1V #avlhealth via @brewkitchen86
Fermented foods have a variety of health benefits, including improved digestion and a stronger immune system . At a recent fermentation workshop at the Organic Growers Conference, Sandor Katz taught particpants how to make sauerkraut, his signature food for which he was nicknamed "Sandorkraut."
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Once a Foodie Fruit, Could Pawpaws Have Economic Impact in Appalachia? http://bit.ly/2d6H7rM feat. @thepawpawbook
Those who’ve eaten a pawpaw before often say that the creamy, tropical fruit resembles a mix of a mango and a banana, or a mango and an avocado. They often
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Imagination, Purpose & Flexibility: Creating an Independent Farmstead - Q&A with Shawn & Beth Dougherty http://bit.ly/2cTQeMd
In this Q&A, Shawn and Beth Dougherty talk about what it took to turn acres of less-than-desirable land into a thriving farmstead.
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6 New Books We’re Reading this Fall via @modfarm http://bit.ly/2d13cvV featuring our new release, The Independent Farmstead
Corgis, cornmeal-fried trout, and Mario Batali’s take on regional American cooking.
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How to influence #food policy - Chef Power Hour feat. author @funguychef on 9/28. Sign up! http://bit.ly/2ciHHqf via @chefscollab
Chef Power Hours are monthly conference calls that gather experts, journalists, and chefs around the table to discuss critical issues in our food system. Calls are posted online, along with resources for taking action, so that chefs and food professionals can access information and learn at ...
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Toby Hemenway: Who Does What in the Soil? - http://go.shr.lc/2coOScQ via @buildresilience #permaculture
<p>It’s time to come back to earth, and to reverse scales from the mind-bogglingly large to the infinitesimally small.</p>
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It's #Homesteading Month at Chelsea Green - ask authors Qs, share your stories, learn new tricks - win books! http://bit.ly/2covNaO
Celebrate Homesteading Education Month with Chelsea Green! Ask author questions, and share your homesteading stories.
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Author Ben Hewitt: Should we teach kids to cook & knit or code? - http://bit.ly/2cud8e3 #homesteading #VT
There are numerous skills that a homesteader needs to use on any given day; some are learned and others are passed down from homesteader to homesteader.In this excerpt from The Nourishing Homestead, author Ben Hewitt talks about why these skills are important to pass down to each generation, perhaps even if you’re not a hardcore …
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The Fossil 'Fuelneral' - 5 Reasons why we need to start preparing NOW... http://huff.to/2d4wG8c via @GoodNews @leandictionary
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The Forgotten Pawpaw http://bit.ly/2cUkBCq via @ediblecbus feat. @thepawpawbook
By Colleen Leonardi Goldenrod is high and bright right now throughout Central Ohio, and according to author Andrew Moore in his James Beard Award-nominated book Pawpaw: In Search of America’s Forgotten Fruit (2015) that means it’s time to hunt for pawpaws (Asimina triloba). The pawpaw is the largest wild fruit native to America. Its texture is custard-like with a flavor somewhere between a banana and a mango, though some say it ta...
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One lucky winner in this @MotherEarthNews giveaway will win $400 worth of our books! Enter today - http://bit.ly/2cud2CW
One winner will receive a book package valued at $400 from Chelsea Green Publishing!
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The politics and practice of sustainability.
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Since 1984, Chelsea Green has been the publishing leader for books on the politics and practice of sustainable living. We are a founding member of the Green Press Initiative and have been printing books on recycled paper since 1985, when our first list of books appeared. We lead the industry both in terms of content—foundational books on renewable energy, green building, organic agriculture, eco-cuisine, and ethical business—and in terms of environmental practice, printing 95 percent of our books on recycled paper with a minimum 30 percent post-consumer waste and aiming for 100 percent whenever possible. This approach is a perfect example of what is called a ”triple bottom line“ practice, one that benefits people, planet, and profit, and the emerging new model for sustainable business in the 21st century  
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