Organic meat comes from animals whose bodies and food are never treated with pesticides, herbicides, antibiotic and hormones. Animals must have access to exercise, sunlight and time to graze in pastures rather than a feedlot. The animals food must be certified organic with no genetic modifications or animal by-products. Farmers that sell organic go through a … More Organic vs. Natural What does it mean?
A bumper to bumper commute 50+ miles yielded us this lovely bounty. Head steamed for 30 minutes, done! delicieux! Steamed 22 minutes in my bamboo steamer. We don’t add butter, cheese or spices to any of our organic veggies. Though we used to use plenty of butter and spices we don’t need to anymore. We … More Our latest organic bounty
Tonight’s dinner was organic green beans, sweet corn and natural turkey hamburgers. We switched about three months ago from ground beef to natural turkey as of yet we have not found organic meat we like. The turkey has quite a bit more taste, no grease and far less calories. Price wise per pound we spend about fifty cents … More Organic beans, corn and red lettuce
Delicious organic peas.
Source Summertime Officially, according to most, summer is half over. But I’m an optimistic kind of gal and I feel like it’s just beginning. There’s a lot of summer left in the Midwest, lots of time to go swimming, kick a ball around, have a picnic, even pick some tomatoes fresh from the vine. That’s … More Summertime and Salsa