Words that conjure up thoughts to some of hippies, yuppies and the rich elite.
But in its simplest definition it means avoiding chemical poisons and modern genetic modifications and focusing on building a healthy soil.
It's food grown naturally, according to natural methods rather than dependent on agri-science and chemicals. It's the unspoiled whole food goodness that God intended for us to eat.
Food that nourishes our bodies, awakens our souls and enhances our health.
Times are harder...now, more than ever, is time to eat healthy
I've heard so many folks say that they just can't afford good food. But they seem to be content with paying for doctor bills, prescription drugs, and more as a consequence of not eating healthy. You don't have to go broke finding good food for you and your family, you just have to be resourceful. Wild food foraging and gardening are inexpensive, yet great ways to provide top quality, nutritious foods for your family that you just can't find in grocery stores.
It's all about a different mind set,
If you're in our area, it's time to plant for Summer
Eat healthy all year long. With such a rainy spring, don't lose
hope in getting your main season crops into the garden.
For more about planting and eating in season, go here.
We use the Best Wheat Flour
Eating a staple food, like bread, you need to be sure that what you're eating is NOT genetically modified or laden with chemicals that destroy the living biology in your body.
We use Wheat Montana Prairie Gold flour in all of our baked goods because they take the extra precautions to make sure their wheat stays untainted from GMOs and harmful chemicals.
Sourdough Bread and Gluten Intolerance
Each market we hear folks pass by our stand, saying "I can't eat any wheat bread, I'm gluten intolerant!" How sad!
What is this new phenomena, where folks can't eat bread that the human race has lived on for thousand of years? Well, it seems that research has showed us that all breads are not created equal. In fact, naturally leavened breads are considered OK for many with gluten intolerance.
Don't fret! Take a look at some of these links to develop your own conclusion about sourdough breads and gluten intolerance.
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Think that you have to avoid good bread to be healthy?
"There's an urban myth that if you want to lose weight, you shouldn't eat bread," said the human health and nutritional sciences professor. "But the truth is, bread is one of our biggest sources of grains and has a number of healthy benefits." read more