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Plant-Based Chevre Cheese Recipe

by: EJ on 12/08/2017

Breaking News!  Karen McAthy's book, The Art of Plant-based Cheesemaking: How to Craft Real, Cultured, Non-dairy Cheese,  has won the selection to represent Canada in the Vegan book category  in the Gourmand World Cookbook Award.  Congratulations Karen.

Chevre, a style of cheese made traditionally with goat’s milk, is noted for its particular …

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Top 5 Reasons to Cure your Own Meat

by: Sara on 12/04/2017

On our fourth day of our Gifts that Make a Difference sale we hear from Meredith Leigh author of The Ethical Meat Handbook Complete Home Butchery, Charcuterie and Cooking for the Conscious Omnivore and the recently released Pure Charcuterie: The Craft and Poetry of Curing Meat at Home. Today Meredith shares with us her top 5 reasons to cure our …

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Give the Gift of Health and Happiness

by: Sara on 12/03/2017

 

The holidays can be at time of over indulgence, whether it’s an extra cookie,  a second or fourth Baileys over ice, or a few too many days stuck in the house hiding from the cold. And while indulging -- in moderation -- can be a treat, rich foods and alcoholic beverages may start out making us feel merry and bright, but as pants begin to …

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Ten Benefits of Aquaponic Farming

by: Sara on 10/26/2017

In today's blog we hear from Adrian Southern and Whelm King, the authors of the just released book, The Aquaponic Farmer: A Complete Guide to Building and Operating a Commercial Aquaponic System. What is aquaponic farming you ask? It is the process of raising fish and vegetables together, and for the first time all you need to know to do it on a …

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5 Reasons to Keep Geese

by: Sara on 10/23/2017

While chickens preen in the spotlight, geese are the historic unsung heroes of small farms and homesteads. In today's post we here from Kirsten Lie-Nielsen, author of The Modern Homesteader's Guide to Keeping Geese on why geese deserve a little recognition and why you should consider adding them to your farm family.

Thinking geese?  Large and loud, …

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