Monthly Archives: November 2020

Growing for Nutrition

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Okay, now let’s talk growing for nutrition. In addition to taste, the vegetables, fruits and proteins you grow yourself have more nutrition than anything you can buy, especially if you select the right varieties, feed your soil, take good care … Continue reading

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The Pantry

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No ranch wife worth her salt would try to get by without a pantry. Back in the day that was because she was filling the pantry (and the cellar and the attic and the smokehouse and the spring house) with … Continue reading

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Food Preparation

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Now that I’ve hopefully made my case about the way you should eat, let’s get to the food preparation/cooking part. The absolute bottom-of-the-barrel kitchen requires knives, a chopping board, spoons, mixing bowls, at least one saucepan, one frying pan, a … Continue reading

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