Roundup is now found in much of the food we eat. The consequences include not only less nutrition in our food, but many illnesses that have become epidemics since the 1990's. In this three-part series, the author, a physician and homesteader, explains how Roundup works and what we can do to keep ourselves healthy.
In this episode of Mother Earth News and Friends, our guests discuss baking bread, from no-knead to sour dough and flatbread do fluffy loaves.
By Nancy Koziol
Understand the history, origin, and unique story behind mead and why it is such a popular home brewed fermented beverage.
The annual shopper’s guide to produce reports on the “dirty dozen” and “clean fifteen” crops to watch for in grocery stores.
The Artisan Exchange in West Chester, Pennsylvania is an excellent incubator for craft food entrepreneurs.
Think beyond Thanksgiving cranberry sauce when it comes to this ruby red powerhouse fruit. Packed with nutrients, cranberries add color and flavor zing to both savory and sweet dishes such as this super easy Crustless Cranberry Pie recipe from Great Expectations, a cozy local eatery in central Wisconsin that celebrates these berries on their menu during the fall cranberry harvest and throughout the year.
This is the easiest homemade cheese recipe you will ever find. If you have been thinking about making your own cheese, start with this recipe to experience first time success. It is quick and tasty, plus uses up leftover milks.
Cayenne-spiced tomato soup is a sore-throat remedy.
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