If you live in a cold winter climate, you may think eating local in the winter means a lot of jarred, canned, frozen and dehydrated food.
While preserving food is part of a well stocked winter pantry, you can grow your own fresh food in the winter as well. Here are some of our favorite gardening and preserving techniques and tips for cold winter climates.
Seasonal Dairy Farms: Keeping It Natural Some dairy farmers are turning away from forced year round production and making milk the natural way.
We are all familiar with organic milk, and now we're seeing other specialty dairy options, such ...
Real Food Kitchen: DIY Dried Fruit
Dried fruit is often low quality, and laced with sugar, chemicals and preservatives. Plus, you don't know when they were processed, and use-by dates are not very helpful. It's easy to dry your own...