Archive / January, 2013

Calving by the Numbers

Updated 11/26/2012 A friend told me the other day that he looked forward to calving season less each year. Mainly it was his having to get up to check on the animals around the clock. This made me think about nature and wonder who gets up to make sure all of the elk and deer […]

Dirty Dozen Fruits and Vegetables

See the original article at http://www.ewg.org/foodnews/summary/ Make sure to buy the “Dirty Dozen” as Organic. “Dirty Dozen” “Clean 15” Apples Onions Celery Sweet Corn Sweet bell peppers Pineapples Peaches Avocado Strawberries Cabbage Nectarines – imported  Sweet peas Grapes Asparagus Spinach Mangoes Lettuce Eggplant Cucumbers Kiwi Blueberries – domestic Cantaloupe – domestic Potatoes Sweet potatoes Green beans Grapefruit Kale/Greens […]

Redmond Salt Mineral Water

In 1930, Dr. Weston A Price found that the groups of people he studied around the world were consuming 5-10 times the vitamins and minerals the average American was consuming. We maybe get half of that today. The following is one small step to remedy that travesty! . . . (more…)

Freezing Food

How long can you freeze food? By Lori Bongiorno . . . (more…)

Freezer Rules

Zero to ten below zero Below 10 below you waste electricity…above zero you loose nutrients. . . . (more…)