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Supporting the Local Farmer & An Interview with Joel Salatin (From MomPrepares.com)

As a kid there was nothing better than growing up on a family farm.  It was a lot of hard work but the life was simple and fulfilling.  I often accompanied my dad on his milk runs around our community, delivering milk and fresh eggs. And while house to house milk and egg deliveries are things of the past, I believe the small family farm is still vital to our health and well being as a community of people.  There is something to be said for knowing where your food comes from, and knowing that it produced in a healthy way, without the use of harmful pesticides and other questionable materials…

7 – An Experimental Mutiny Against Excess

I first heard about Jen Hatmaker a few years ago when our church was reading through Barefoot Church: Serving the Least in a Consumer Culture (Exponential Series) (A book written by her husband) That’s an amazing book too, but today I want to talk to you about one of Jen’s books titled 7: An Experimental Mutiny Against Excess.” On the back of the book the question is asked of it’s reader “Do you feel trapped in the machine of excess?&#8221…

Nourishing Traditions {Resource Review}

Ever once in awhile a real revolutionary book comes along that makes you approach life just a bit differently.  This is one of those books.  Actually it’s a cookbook and nutrition resource written by Sally Fallon along with Mary G. Enig, Ph.D…