Posts Tagged ‘Beef’

How to Cook the Perfect, Tender, Grass Fed Steak

Memorial Day is one of America’s first “BBQ Holidays” of the year. It’s finally warm enough to grill outside in most of the country, and almost everyone has the day off to bask in the glory of the coming summer. Treat your tastebuds to an ethical feast: grill up some grass fed steak this year!…

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Blood Moon Recipe from Full Moon Feast: Swedish Meatballs

The following recipe was adapted for the Web from Full Moon Feast: Food and the Hunger for Connection by Jessica Prentice. In midautumn, when the air is growing colder and the nights longer, comes the Blood Moon. Also called the Hunter’s Moon by indigenous peoples in the eastern woodlands, it was a time when northern…

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WATCH: Joel Salatin on Building Resilience into Agriculture

Joel Salatin, author of Everything I Want to Do Is Illegal, Holy Cows and Hog Heaven, and others has created a resilient organic farm that is nearly self-sustaining, with minimal inputs and “stage direction” from the farmers themselves. The system is forgiving of spiking energy prices, drought, flood, disease, and the unpredictable nature of industrial…

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WATCH: Joel Salatin on Building Resilience into Agriculture

Joel Salatin, author of Everything I Want to Do Is Illegal, Holy Cows and Hog Heaven, and others has created a resilient organic farm that is nearly self-sustaining, with minimal inputs and “stage direction” from the farmers themselves. The system is forgiving of spiking energy prices, drought, flood, disease, and the unpredictable nature of industrial…

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Obama and Community Supported Agriculture

It’s nice to have an administration that understands the importance of the family farm. Barack Obama’s plan for rural America will, wisely, place small family and organic farms above big agribusiness. Obama’s administration plans to implement measures to support crop diversity, create a new generation of young farmers, and close corporate loopholes exploited by big…

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