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Archive for the ‘Nutrition’ Category

Why you should join the Nebraska Food Cooperative


September 24, 2012


The Nebraska Food Cooperative links small Nebraska food manufacturers and producers with consumers like you and me.  It is probably the best one-stop shop for grass-fed beef and heritage breed products in the entire state.  You can find Jersey beef, Berkshire pork, heritage turkey, and pasture-raised chicken.  You can purchase minimally processed foods like tapioca (one of my favorites), apple butter, and jelly.  Stock up on staples like hamburger, steak, bacon, roast, and chicken or buy the lesser-known delicacies such as hearts, gizzards, lard, and tongue.  You can find an abundance of foods free from growth hormones, antibiotics, pesticides, herbicides, and GMOs.  You can select products from Wolbach, Rulo, Raymond, Elmwood, Spalding, Lyons, Ceresco, Colombus, Craig, Clarkson, Giltner, Marquette, Fullerton, Unadilla, West Point, Omaha, Lincoln and more.

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The right milk for Earth Day


April 16, 2012


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Just one more slice…


March 27, 2012


A trip to Whole Foods Market a few weeks back resulted in a cart load of delicious food.  And even though our family has been eating substantially less meat in the last few months, I could not resist buying two packages of La Quercia (pronounced La Kwair-cha ) – Prosciutto Americano and Pancetta Americano.

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Mail-order salami – sustainable or sinful?


November 20, 2011


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When reading this post, it is important to know that salami is in the top 3 of my favorite foods.  The other two are bacon and pan-fried chicken.

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