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As a follow up to our post on Pasture Raised Vs. Feed Lot Beef (part 1 and part 2), I though I’d share this info on the basics and benefits of pasture-raised beef. I don’t know about you, but I get confused by all the different names for different cuts of beef and where they […]
Weren’t Cavemen Cold and Hungry? Probably, sometimes. But the more I invite Stone Age simplicity into my life, the more I realize that there are two sides to this equation. For all the cold and hungry caveman moments, there were also happy and well-fed moments. Those happy moments just don’t get the same press. […]
Pumpkins In The Closet? Really? Yup. I got this bright idea last July to store my pumpkin harvest in my bedroom closet. Needing a place to store my squashes and root vegetables and finding the environment in the bottom of my closet both cool and stable, I tucked thirty pounds of pumpkins next to […]
Where Did We Leave Off? In yesterday’s episode, we took two slabs of beef, one from a pasture-raised animal and one from a feed lot animal, and were going to cook them side by side to see if the total experience of consuming pasture-raised beef was worth the extra time and expense compared to the conventional, feed lot beef . […]
What are We Trying To Prove? Ok folks, its time to put my money where my mouth is. I talk sustainability talk, but can I walk the walk? Or rather shuck the bucks, dump the dimes, or sling the cha-ching? The answer is yes, and the deed has been done. I went down to the […]
I like New Year’s Resolutions. To me, they are a form of goal setting, and I thrive when I have my goals clearly defined. I have a lot of goals for SSA, and as they pop up in my head, I’ll be adding to my list. I’ll call them New Year’s Resolutions, even though they’ll […]
I know I’m a wee bit late, but… Happy New Year! I completed the front planter project over winter break, which sort of sucked my attention in like an organic black hole. But now that that’s over, I’m taking a breather to pause and reflect on that which has been, and that which yet may be. I […]