How to find fresh, seasonal, sustainable foods, plus delicious, healthy recipes.
Eat Well for Less:
Cut Your Food Bills in Half
How to Eat Better and Avoid the Industrial Diet
Cut Cost, Not Quality: How to Afford Better Food
Save Money on Groceries
Is Sustainable Food Affordable?
How to Find the Best Food
Eat in Sync With the Seasons
Join the Real Food Revival
Storing Food: It’s Time to Stock Up
Home Canning and Storing Foods Safely
Home Canning Guide
Home Food Preservation Headquarters
How to Preserve Food Without Refrigeration
Water Bath Canning and Pressure Canning Explained
How to Dry Herbs
Solar Food Dehydrators
Freezing and Cooking Your Garden Vegetables
Make the Best:
Make Your Own Hard Cider
Homemade Bread: You Have to Try This Amazing Recipe!
Super-Easy Homemade Cream Cheese and Sour Cream
The Secret to Incredibly Easy Homemade Pizza
Perfect Buttery and Flaky Pie Crust
How to Bottle and Sell Your Own Hot Sauce
How to Ferment Vegetables
Would you like to start your child on a journey of self-reliance and love of the outdoors?
A sustainable source of ideas to help your children learn the ins and outs of animal husbandry, Barnyard Kids encourages children to get outside, enjoy nature and reap the benefits of their hard work.
This fun and creative book by Dina Rudick will guide your family through fun opportunities, learning about keeping chickens, milking cows and rearing sheep.
It's time to get your little farmhands dirty. Help them grow to be self-sufficient, happy and healthy!
The Salatin family farm, known as Polyface and located in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley, is one of the nation's premier ecological farms and has been featured in countless print, radio and video media. Exemplifying local food systems and imbedded community-based agriculture, the farm caught the attention of Michael Pollan in his runaway New York Times best-seller The Omnivore's Dilemma (when Salatin refused to ship T-bone steaks to New York).
Behind the glitz, however, the farm struggles with a labyrinth of government regulations and cultural perceptions that terrorize the antidote to mad cows, avian influenza, and food fears. The solution is simple: allow freedom for traditional food growing and purchasing choices.
This book brings to life, with humor and verve, the everyday conflict between the entrenched industrial food system and the local artisanal neighbor-friendly farmer-entrepreneur.
Joel Salatin is also the author of: Pastured Poultry Profit$, Salad Bar Beef, You Can Farm, Family Friendly Farming, Holy Cows and Hog Heaven.