Pasture Raised Foods

Pasture raised turkey

Keep It Simple On Thanksgiving Day

Avoiding undue stress on Thanksgiving Day… Each and every one of us—when hosting guests for Thanksgiving—desires to not only to serve the best food possible but also to have such a climate in our home that causes our guests to feel at ease. Preparing excellent food is an art in itself, and to be the hosts who have it all… Read More

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Raw Dairy Opinion

While my personal view may have been rather subtle in last week’s article, I do have opinions about dairy. And as a family, we know why we choose raw grass-fed milk. I grew up on raw milk—goat milk. My parents were probably already on the lunatic fringe then (which explains why Esther and I have become complete lunaticsJ), but we always… Read More

The Unmentioned Alternative?

If you’ll recall, two weeks ago our featured  article dubbed Chicken Poop with Your Beef, Anyone?, discussed feed content in feed rations fed to beef, which in turn becomes the food we eat, indirectly. Although I find the thought of feeding chicken poop to herbivores downright disgusting, as most of us likely do, to me the thought of plant-based meat mockup… Read More

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Why Pastured Chicken?

Many folks are puzzled when we say we place more emphasis on chicken being raised outdoors than we do on organic certification. But here’s why. Almost all certified organic chicken sold in supermarkets (yes, even “good” organic outlets like Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s) is raised indoors in a production very similar to non-organic chicken. While they may be consuming… Read More