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3 Simple Ways to Eat Healthier in the New Year

Three Simple Ways to Eat Healthier in the New Year Now’s the time, right? You’re sick of sweets and ready and motivated to eat better. Don’t get overwhelmed by the elaborate meal plans and complicated recipes one sees “out there” … Continue reading

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Why Pasture-Raised Meats? No Arsenic

Why Pasture-Raised Meats? No Arsenic… Last time, we talked about why we (Matt and Jerica) chose to pursue eating and producing animal products (meats, bones, fats, eggs, etc) because they are more nutrient-dense and digestible than vegetables. For a sick … Continue reading

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Three Things I Never Throw Away

I was of a frugal nature before we started farming, and have become all the more so now that we are full-fledged self-employed workers of the land. We count ourselves as highly blessed, despite a tight budget most of the … Continue reading

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Chicken Backs for Soup

Question: What are chicken backs? Answer: “Chicken backs” are the core of the chicken that is left after the breast, wings, and legs have been cut away for parts. Our chicken backs are fairly meaty and are typically used to … Continue reading

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