in reply to: Angel Acres Farm
I would hope that may be buying ANYTHING from this farm would go out and see first hand what kind of living condition these animals live. ITS DISGUSTING!!! I wouldn't eat an egg from this farm, much less an animal. Oh and "certified", that's a joke in itself. I know for a fact that her maple syrup trees are sprayed with fertilizer and pesticides. Also, She was just reported for a dead cow in her pasture and the condition of her " organic" farm. She's a joke along with her farm. YUCK!!!
by: Organic Wine
in reply to: Vino 101: It’s (relatively) easy buying green
There are lots of tags and the people are sometimes confused by all these names. You explained it very well!
in reply to: Minnesota's SweeTango Apple: Colorful, Crisp and Controversial
Even though I experience a localized allergic response to eating apples I do occasionally give it another try. No allergic reaction to SweeTango...does anyone happen to know why this might be? I thoroughly enjoyed the Apple.
in reply to: Hunting for Dinner: Boundary Waters Canoe Trip (and a Recipe for Fish Curry)
Hey there Jamie! Thank you for sharing your fish curry recipe, I’m get bored with grilled fish every time we catch one at least we can try something new.
in reply to: Amelia's Garden a Green Grocer and Cafe
thanks for the share
in reply to: Justin Bieber, Sane Eating, and Soda Tax: Mark Bittman Makes an Impression at the Healthy Foods Summit in Minnesota
It would make a difference if people are aware. - Marla Ahlgrimm
in reply to: Raw but Cooked: Kinilaw
Hi, i read your article about kilawin and i am intrigued about the health risk of eating raw fish while pregnant. Currently i am 13 weeks pregnant and i am from the Philippines.i grow up eating kilawin na isda such as tanigue,tuna and even bangus or milk fish. My concern is since i got pregnant i have this cravings about kilawin, i know that pregnant woman shouldn't be eating raw fish but i thought kilawin is not really can be called " raw" because we marinate it a lot of salt and vinegar then wash it and cook it more with vinegar and lime juice with some onions and ginger...Now my main concern is i just made kilawin na bangus and i feel so guilty after i ate it. I couldn't help myself not to eat it because i am so craving for it....is it gonna hurt my baby? What are the health risk of eating kilawin while pregnant?
by: Horney Goat Weed
in reply to: Can Food Get You in the Mood? A Guy's Guide to Aphrodisiacs
Great article. I've read somewhere that chocolate too is an aphrodisiac. Thank you
by: fred jolkes
in reply to: Behind the CSA Box: Adventures in Farming
With a CSA, we know that we're not alone. Our members will support us for those early season Ungagged
by: testosterone booster
in reply to: New Life Health Center
Student health and well-being? Sound nutrition? To identify the best solutions, act locally - let's empower local school districts.