…. the wild blackberry, Rubus Occidentalis, is an incredibly nutritious and healthy berry, native to North America and a true “super” food (although not advertised as such), which is free for the picking in many areas of Canada and the USA. They are good to freeze and preserve but great just picked off the bramble. The […]
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Persistent Organic Pollutants … a short look at the relevance of POPs such as this article’s example, DDT, as it affects ourglobal environment today even though it has been banned in many countries since the 1970’s. Why is this and other POPs still in the news today? Here is some information about its lingering affects. […]
Here are some ideas to help your children eat right … Educate and Exercise your Kids when it comes to “non” food selections in their diet. (A book review) I recently read “Please Mum Don’t Supersize Me”, by Richard and Joey Marc, (Rockpool Publishing, 2008), which fits right in with my blog philosophy. I highly recommend this book […]
Organic chicken is one of the foods we are looking to buy organically and locally as our family consumes more poultry than any other meat. We located and visited a local organic chicken farm and egg seller recently. It was really good to speak to someone who knows about the chickens and the eggs they […]
When it comes to food the word organic is bandied about and means a hundred different things to a hundred different people. Oftentimes interpretation depends on which country you are living in. When we go shopping at the local grocery store or farmers market and see a food product labelled “organic” what does this mean. […]