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.
Ethical Food On A Budget: Make Your Own Jam
Artisan preserves and jams can be pricey for a daily spread on your toast or used as a versatile flavor to enhance a cheese plate, roasted meat, or added to variety of different cookies....
What’s In Your Processed Food? Sugar. When you see the label All Natural on a package of processed food, it doesn't mean much.
Another day of supermarket sleuthing yields yet more sugar in the form of a double hit of maltodextrin. Yum! S...
Sauces Help You Eat More Veggies
Chak Chak and good quality olive oil make for a simple and satisfying lunch.
When you don't include a lot of grains in your diet, lunch can be a challenge. Most cultures are obsessed with bread, to...