What Makes Homemade Wild Blackberry Jam Real Food — and Worth the Thorns

After the Industrial Revolution, the concept of mass-produced commodity crops began to replace small-scale agriculture around the globe. Today, genetically modified seed has replaced heirloom, open-pollinated varieties. Real food — artisan foods made on a small scale as the result of honest labor on the land and in the kitchen — is hard to find, but one taste of fresh, homemade wild blackberry jam and you’ll know you’ve found a meaningful purpose in producing your own food.

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