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New Report Details the History of U.S. Sugar Policy Many people have suspected that something was not quite right when it came to the role of sugar in the modern American diet. Carbohydrates make up a huge percentage of our diets, and for many people who eat from the industrial food supply – much of […]Read More
Want to Make Some Fast Money? Have you ever noticed how expensive those big bottles of nutrition supplements are? If so, have you ever thought to yourself, “I’m in the wrong business… I should be selling supplements.”? Well, there’s good news for you. Because, as it turns out, there’s not much to it! In fact, […]Read More
Support Your Body, Mind, and Soul for Healthy Weight Loss Looking for holistic weight loss strategies? While there’s a whole psychology around weight loss, there are a few simple tricks that you can implement right away. The first is sleep. As any health practitioner will tell you, if you aren’t sleeping properly, you can kiss […]Read More
Is Buying a Dehydrator Worth the Cost? Buying a dehydrator can be an investment, although they do come in several different sizes. The smallest dehydrators are typically the cheapest. Often times, the only difference between a “big” dehydrator and a “small” dehydrator is the number of stacking trays that are included – and some brands […]Read More
Pinole – The Preferred Drink of the Tarahumara If you’ve been following along with Marjory’s adventure to visit the Tarahumara tribe in Mexico, you’ve probably already heard about pinole. This is an ancient drink made of ground corn that originated with the Aztecs and spread throughout Central and South America. The Tarahumara use this drink […]Read More
Sleeping with Rats is Better than Freezing (or Getting Covered with Chicken Shit) Dave was the first to move and he strode out to greet the Tarahumara in the field. I admit I held back out of embarrassment. But in the next moments we watched Dave excitedly shaking hands and hugging the Tarahumara and calling […]Read More
Many of us take for granted that the food we buy is safe to eat. Yet with salmonella showing up in eggs and cucumbers, E. coli (O157) finding its way into ground beef and spinach, botulism in potluck potato salad, and bits of metal in the kids’ favorite mac and cheese – it’s hard to […]Read More
Why is it Hard to Hard Boil a Fresh Egg? A reader here at the Grow Network recently asked the question, “Do you know any tricks for how to make egg shells come off easily from hard boiled eggs?” I used to have this problem myself when I first started gathering fresh eggs from my […]Read More
What Are Our Children Eating? A few years ago, I started teaching a gardening class at the one-room schoolhouse my daughter attends. You know why I started teaching? I mean, I’ve got a heavy schedule and the last thing I need is another project. But I saw the lunches the other kids were bringing to […]Read More