Ethical meat may help offset the cost of the homestead, stimulate a local economy and improve your over-all health.
Instead of paying the true cost for your food at the point of sale, you’re currently paying for it in pieces. And the more corners that are cut in its production, the more you pay later.
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Cooking, and eating in general, should be one of the best things about our everyday existence. If it is a truly just a chore, a necessity, then we have surely sold our souls.
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In "The Ethical Meat Handbook," author Meredith Leigh uses her background as a food and farming specialist who has worked as a butcher, chef, teacher, and homesteader, all in search of realistic solutions for sustainable food.