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Pliers – A Helpful Kitchen Tool for Making Broth

After you roast, or otherwise cook a chicken, do you use the bones to make broth? It’s so wonderfully healthy, easy to digest, and a great way to stretch your food budget dollars. Using pliers, I have found a way … Continue reading

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Cooking Moist and Tender Pastured Poultry

 Nutritionally, a pastured chicken is far superior to traditionally raised chicken. Chickens that are running around on pasture eating insects, worms, and forage have a great taste, but they also have muscle tone. And chickens with muscle tone are not … Continue reading

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Pasture Perfect: The Far-Reaching Benefits of Choosing Meat, Eggs, and Dairy Products from Grass-Fed Animals

We eat grass-fed beef and pastured chicken and eggs almost exclusively. In my post Corn Injustice, I mentioned the horrible effects of feeding corn to cows, and the injustice of corn subsidies as part of my reason.  In her book Pasture Perfect: … Continue reading

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Corn Injustice

Quick! Name every food you can think of made with corn. …I’ll wait….. You probably mentioned corn-on-the-cob, cornmeal, cornbread, corn muffins, corn chowder, corn fritters, corn chex, corn pops, and corn flakes, corn oil, corn starch, corn syrup, and popcorn.  … Continue reading

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