As people we should constantly be improving ourselves and there is no better way to start than with our food consumption and overall eating habits.
I have a confession to make and hopefully it won’t cause me to lose my relatively small fan base here at Cooking up a Story. I don’t usually buy organic bread.
The Backyard Homestead, edited by Carleen Madigan is the primer you need for turning that boring old backyard into an organic, and sustainable homestead.
I made up my mind to search out a local farm/purveyor where I could purchase, organic, sustainable meat and poultry, none were close-by.
March is finally here, time for me to pull out my favorite gardening books, finalize seed orders, and sketch out the plan for this year’s vegetable garden.
I share how I came to the decision to adopt a more sustainable food lifestyle by buying local milk and shopping at the local farmers markets in my area.
I knew it wouldn’t be easy to create a sustainable food lifestyle, We live in New Jersey, and fresh, local produce exists only from May through October.
I feel honored to share with you my ongoing journey converting my family to a more sustainable lifestyle, and hope that my story will be inspirational to others.