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Beef has a bad reputation. It’s considered dirty, and fatty, and just plain unhealthy. But not all beef is equal. In fact, it can be one of the best foods for you. It all depends on where it’s from, and how it was raised.
Murphy is my grandfather’s Black Labrador Retriever. He is about ten months old, and he is adorable. But what’s in his food bowl?
I’m always thinking about what I can eat, and in fall, there is a cornucopia of choices – and I’m not just talking about Thanksgiving dinner.
One piece of advice: Take baby steps. Sometimes, jumping in all at once is good – for instance, when you’re at the pool, and the water’s kind of cold. But with things like this – lifestyle changes – it’s better if you don’t try to be perfect right off the bat. When we first started switching to real food, it was a slow process.
Most of these recipes take about five minutes to prepare, so there is no excuse for not trying them.
I consulted with a friend who used to be in the culinary gadgets business (she worked in that high-end cookware store in the mall – you know the one), and she came up with a whole list of reasons why cast-iron is amazing.
Squash is a refreshing change from all the greens you got during the winter, and the first veggies of the season are always great. However, once the novelty wears off, what are you supposed to do with all that summer squash?
Cary, NC – Story by Kaynan Goldberg. Kaynan is CaryCitizen’s 12-year-old columnist on all things frugal, crunchy, healthy and green. She blogs at VeggiesGoCrunch. In this installment she continues her thoughts on the virtues of the coconut. Photo by Easa Shamih. Cary, NC – Hi, everybody! I know, I know – long time, no blog. I’m not going […]
Then I started wondering – do we save money by shopping locally, or do we just like the benefits of market-fresh food?