- Bread and Crackers
- Coconut Products
- Cookies and Bars
- Fats and Oils
- Flours, Grains, and Legumes
- Fermented Vegetables
- Fermented Food Starters
- Milk and Cream
- Salt and Spices
- Snack Foods
- Supplements & Superfoods
- Yogurt and Kefir
- Books and DVDs
- Kitchen Tools and Appliances
- Non-Profit Organizations
- Personal Care
- Simple Food
“Or what if I had simply grown up in a time when food was seasonal? When there was, in each year, a time of more and a time of less? When food was not just there in packages on the supermarket shelf all year?”
~ Jessica Prentice ~
Welcome to another edition of Food Roots!
Our food system is destroying the soil, wasting valuable resources and making us sick. The only thing that is sustainable and the only thing that can reverse the many complications of a broken food system is to get back to our food roots. We must plant the seeds ourselves. We must shake the hand of the farmer who grows our food. We must take back our food system.
Where Does My Food Come From?
So I ask you again – where does your food come from?
To participate in Food Roots…
***This week we will be using email or comments due to issues with Mr. Linky***
- create a blog post pertaining to local, seasonal foods or what you are doing to find your food’s roots.
- in your post add a link back here so that others can benefit from your information and encouragement.
- email me or leave a comment in this post with a link to your post. I will link to you all individually below. This actually creates more traffic for your blog, so in a way it is a good thing.
Feel free to use the Food Roots banner above, if you wish.
If you do not have a blog please share your thoughts in the comments.
I can’t wait to see what you all come up with. Thank you for participating!
- It has been a very busy week in our home with gardening, farm visits and markets. I wrote about what it’s like in the midst of early summer.
- Kim Hartke writes about farm drops and how she came to buy about 85% of their food directly from the farm.
- Amy from Clothesline Alley shows us the local foods available in Georgia.
- Kirwin from Graceful Creative changes her perspective on trash and recycling.
- Carrie @ It’s Frugal Being Green found a neat service – a csa delivery.
- Amy not only gives beginning steps to and a defense of home food preservation, but also shows us her square foot garden.
- Jenny from Nourished Kitchen is going beyond the veggie box with a new batch of CSAs.
- Kelly the Kitchen Kop visited her local farm and found out that they are a member of a great organization – wwoofers – click through to see what it stands for.
- Nichole is growing food – both in her own garden and a community garden.
my (grain-free) cookbook
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