Red Meat is Good for the Earth and You 🌎

Red Meat is Good for the Earth and You 🌎

The cows are not eating what you eat. They are not eating your food.  Animals are good for the environment; eating and being eaten is an essential part in our entire ecosystem. This includes bacteria, fungi, bugs, birds, elk, bison, deer, tigers, elephants, and yes, even cattle. The 'meat is bad, fiber is good' rhetoric is absolute nonsense.  Meat is nutrient dense, easy to transport and store, grows where other food can't, and absolutely IS good for the environment.  Raising meat completes the ecological cycle, just as wild animals do. It's easier and more economical to eat local and sustainably-raised animal products than local and sustainably-raised plant food. If you have to import animal products, calorie-for-calorie and nutrient-for-nutrient you will use less resources and fossil...

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Canned Ground Pork

Canned Ground Pork

Did you score a deal on ground pork? Looking for a way to speed up nutrient-dense breakfasts? Or are you just fascinated with the idea of...

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Home-Canned Beef Broth

Home-Canned Beef Broth

Pressure canning broth, rather than freezing it makes for fast nutrient-dense meals. When purchasing shelf-stable broth, you have a choice to...

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Meat and Soup Canning

Meat and Soup Canning

Food is getting expensive, ya'all! It's time to take a look at pressure canning as we plan our outdoor gardens or are able to stock up on in-season...

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White Chicken Chili

White Chicken Chili

This white bean chili is hearty and a nice change of pace from red chili. We love it topped with avocados, and leftovers are taken for lunch in a...

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