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Can We Change The Food System? [VIDEO]

Published on September 26, 2012 By Josh Nekrep

Sean Croxton talks with Joel Salatin and Paul Chek about what we can do to make real changes to the food systems.  Check it out…  

Primal Balance: False advertising and how it affects your food choices

Published on July 20, 2012 By Josh Nekrep

This is a really great blog post addressing how big companies use deception to imply – or outright claim – that their food is healthier. There are literally so many examples of this practice that the couple mentioned as examples in this post don’t even begin to scratch the surface. Primal Balance: False advertising and […]

To market to market to buy a fat pig…

Published on May 12, 2012 By Josh Nekrep

I’m pretty pumped. It’s taken six months to “get here”, but our household finally took a pretty substantial step forward toward eating healthy and sustainably. We recently became aware of Harborside Farms, a local organic farm based out of Pilot Mound, Manitoba, that sells direct to consumer. Buying organic, grass-fed beef and free run eggs […]

Store Wars – A Food Parody

Published on April 22, 2012 By Josh Nekrep

This is cute. In internet terms, it’s ancient history, but I just stumbled across it and thought I’d share.

Insect Experts Issue “Urgent Warning” on using Biotech Seeds

Published on March 17, 2012 By Josh Nekrep

Check out this interested NPR article on how scientists are calling for “big changes in the way that biotech companies, seed dealers and farmers fight [insects]“. This is potentially a very large problem, but demonstrates a very important point:  We CAN’T beat nature, no matter how hard we try. . . . .