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The solution is local! Modern intensive agricultural methods stripped increasing amounts of nutrients from the soil http://ow.ly/yijNZ
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New Basic cooking tip posted today! Check it out. http://ow.ly/ygIGS
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A very encouraging development. Let's join up with these folks and prompt our local restaurants to join them. http://ow.ly/y9qLw
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RT @eartheats "Using drones to fly over, document factory farms. Journalist Will Potter might be onto something.   @CivilEats" http://ow.ly/y8DIA Great use for technology!
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This article has some really great ideas about saving the food system and a fantastic set of links to resources that are helping in the fight.
http://civileats.com/2014/05/13/want-to-change-the-food-system-heres-where-to-start/
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"If you really want to know where your food comes from, try to find some place where you can ask the farmer how is was raised." This is the best way to buy healthy food. Get to know the farmers who raise or grow it.
Ever find yourself in front of the chicken display at the market trying to figure out the difference between free-range, pastured and organic? And whether buying the more expensive organic chicken is worth the extra money?

We recently had a reader write in and ask for help deciphering the confusing labels we see on chicken packaging, so I’m going to do just that.

There are several different claims you see made on chicken packaging:

Organic
Natural
Cage-Free
Free-Range
Pastured
No hormones added
Raised without antibiotics

So, what do they all mean? Which one do you buy? Here’s a brief overview . . . http://savingdinner.com/never-buy-this-again/

#chicken   #organic   #natural   #cagefree   #pastured    
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Local Harvest maintains a public nationwide directory of small farms, farmers markets, and other local food sources in the US. Looking for a csa or farmers market for the upcoming season? Check your community's offerings on Local Harvest. Here's our listing for art design and local food marketing services: http://www.localharvest.org/eat-local-food-llc-M16591?ul
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