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What to Eat When You're Broke
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The lower your income is, the more difficult it is to be particular about what you feed your family. This probably isn't an earth-shattering revelation to anyone, but if you feel like experimenting, try to buy a week’s worth of healthy food for a family on a budget of, say, $50-75.  Food manufacturers that target lower income shoppers with more affordable products tend to include more GMOs and toxic ingredients in their offerings. It just isn’t p...
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Big Ideas From 11 Founding Foodies
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100 Skills for the Modern Homestead: What Can You Check Off?
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(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Preserving food? Check. Driving a tractor? Check. Milking a goat? Check. For me, one of the most exciting aspects of modern-homesteading is learning new skills. When I first moved to Wyoming at the tender age of 18, I had an entire mental checklist of all the things I wanted learn and do. And as I’ve morphed into a modern-day homesteader, that list has grown along with me. There is something ...
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Modern Farmer: Women Are Feeding the World
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Queen Turner, a Humphrey Fellow who visited UC Davis as part of her fellowship, inspected the beekeeping operation on the rooftop of the San Francisco Chro
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Hormone Balancing Bath http://ow.ly/vM45q
Learn how to make a hormone balancing bath using Epsom salts and aromatherapy to naturally improve health and wellness.
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Our messed up food system in cartoons, "Biggest Food Problems in America"
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Our messed up food system, in cartoons!
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The Benefits of Buying Local
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5 Traditional Foods You Should Try
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It seems our ancestors might have held more wisdom than they knew, especially when it comes to natural health. Discover 5 traditional food staples that have begun a modern revival for their remarkable health benefits.
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The Science & History of Fermented Foods
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Wonder how fermentation happens and when it started. Oh Lardy! gives all the ins and outs of the history of fermented foods.
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The Effect of Negative Emotion on the Body http://ow.ly/vMgkB
Humans experience an array of emotions, anything from happiness, to sadness to extreme joy and depression. Each one of these emotions creates a different feeling within the body. After all, our body releases different chemicals when we experience various things that make us happy and each chemical works to create a different environment within the […]
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10 Ways To Use Dandelion Greens
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I found myself working in the yard today, dedicating a few hours to digging up dandelions by the root. It's the best way for us to get rid of them without chemical sprays. Plus, it turns out that the oft-damned "weed" is useful:
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Go local & get dirty on a farm. Find global inspiration in traditional foods and discover the health benefits they provide.
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We aim to inspire you… 

...to eat a diet based on natural, real food that promotes health and that tastes good. A food filled with unrecognizable synthetic chemicals made in a lab is not substance for the body and will not sustain health; it only makes you sick, tired and fat. 

...to explore a plant-based diet because it is healthier for you and for the planet. Go to the farmers market and meet the person who grows your food. Plant a garden. Homestead. Eat with the seasons and learn how to eat intuitively again. 

...to be a conscious eater. When you do consume animal-based products, take the time to talk to your local farmers. They can educate you on whether it was: humanely raised in a clean environment, on a natural organic diet for that species, free-range, free of antibiotics and hormones. 

...to experience the cultures of people around the world through their food. 

And most importantly ...to become a conscious eater in a sustainable way that works for you because there is no guilt in eating real foods. All things can be enjoyed in moderation.