Tag Archives: agriculture

week 12: why your turkey choice matters

There are all kinds of new studies out showing that animals are far more emotive–beyond the fight-or-flight instincts that send my bunny hiding under furniture–than we ever imagined. While animal cruelty wasn’t the main reason I went vegetarian years ago, … Continue reading

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week 8: the budget update

I think I just need to explain how much food we’re getting from our CSAs. This week  between the two baskets, I’d say we carried home about 20 pounds of fresh produce. There’s still a lot of it in the … Continue reading

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week 7: the budget update

This post didn’t get made on Friday, because I was busy hiking & hanging out in the Stars Hallow-esque town of Nashville, Ind. with my family. We took the weekend to soak up all the awesome autumn weather fun that … Continue reading

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week 7: the winter CSA

Remember how I mentioned that Joe & I signed up for a second CSA without realizing how much it overlapped our first one? We decided to buy into the second one regardless, ready to fill our freezer with goodies to … Continue reading

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week 4: why it matters

Yesterday, we harvested our first radish. It was tiny; it was beautiful; and it was ours. We took a bit of time yesterday to harvest all of our peppermint, weed & put down some more fall seed (spinach, radish, carrot). … Continue reading

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