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This is a conversation or question if you will that doesn’t seem to be going away and honestly it shouldn’t. However, it seems that with the re-opening of the various farmers markets across the country and peak growing season underway individuals are once again thinking more about what’s best for themselves and families food wise. […]
by TwoJunes Volunteering at the Oregon Food Bank I (Lisa again this week!) am very excited to be participating two wonderful programs offered by The Oregon Food Bank this summer. I’ll be volunteering as a mentor for the Cultivating Community program, and then, a bit later, helping out however I can in teaching or developing […]
In part 3 of Kitchen Literacy, Ann Vileisis talks about the need to start making connections between our consumption of food, and all the interrelated social, health, and environmental consequences that occur. Agricultural pollution is the single largest non-point source of water pollution (effecting rivers, streams, and wetland areas) in the United States. In her […]
Having done so well with my butter making you can only guess what was next. I decided to tackle the next best thing, Neufchâtel cheese.
From the time I could walk and have my toes in the dirt, I knew food came from a real place and required effort to obtain.