Soil is the Digestive Tract of Nature

December 7, 2015 by Leave a comment

Assuming the above statement to be true, the realm of plants would then make up the body of nature. So where in this picture do the animals and humans fit? Well, the term that comes to mind is “parasites living on the body” - like lice.

I don't really feel ...

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The State of our Food and Health.

October 18, 2015 by Leave a comment

The case of Food.

The current situation.

A huge ball of energy, the size of millions of 100 megaton hydrogen bombs or ten million times greater than the energy released by the explosion of Mount Saint Helen, is building in the solar atmosphere. It explodes outward spewing out an enormous ...

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Fall is upon us and I like it!

October 2, 2015 by Leave a comment

Fall is a time of harvest, in the garden and in the rest of the outdoors.

The other day, I collected a dozen oyster on one of the beaches we got to and they were delicious.

My granddaughter and one of her girlfriends came to visit us. They brought their ...

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Is this the Beginning of the End for Monsanto?

May 29, 2015 by 46 comments

The world has woken up about Monsanto.

Despite the fact that Monsanto has cowed the Mainstream Media into silence, they have a hard time, shutting up the Internet.

A lot of information about the problems with Monsanto's products, like the herbicide Round Up, GMOs and their way of creating a ...

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The State of our Food Supply and what You can do About it.

May 4, 2015 by 73 comments

A mayor shift for the worse, in the health scene in North America, occurred over the last 20 to 30 years – mainly among kids.

Diabetes is going through the roof, 1 in 4 children has a chronic condition, 1 out of 10 has asthma, 1 in 13 suffers from ...

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Preserve your Organically Grown Food with Fermentation

April 22, 2015 by 106 comments

 

Before refrigeration people needed ways to preserve their food. They used drying, salting, smoking and fermentation.

These activities keep food from spoiling and have been used by people for about 5000 years.

Fermentation in food processing employs yeast or bacteria to convert the sugar and starch contained in the ...

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What gives – with Gluten?

March 16, 2015 by 53 comments

The Trend Away From Gluten

Two of my women folk – my wife and a grand daughter – can not tolerate gluten in their diets. This is something new that has developed over the last 60 years. When I was a teenager, nobody had even heard of gluten much less ...

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