Why Choose Locally Raised Meat?

Why Choose Locally Raised Meat?

  Written by Heath, MMFC Meat Coordinator They say you are what you eat; I personally wish I had been eating locally raised, pastured meat for the last 30 years because I truly feel I would be much healthier today.  For a long time I either didn’t care or didn’t feel it was important enough to eat high quality pasture raised meats with no added hormones, antibiotics or other unusual ingredients.  As I’ve grown older, […]

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Essential Oil Essentials: Separating Knowledge from Hype

        The field of essential oils has exploded in recent years, with this millennia-old practice hitting the mainstream big-time. Because so much of the information put out there is from companies selling their own products, or by bloggers who are secretly associated with a specific company, we’d like to distill some of the industry spin down to a manageable dose, with a few potent drops: 1)  There is no standard for “food […]

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Upcoming Board Meeting

Upcoming Board Meeting

The next board meeting will be on: Wednesday, April 27th, 2016

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Contemplating My Navel: A Quick History of Citrus

I like cooking seasonally, because I think it tastes better. Epicurious.com has a great seasonal eating map that’ll list everything at the farmers’ market, but of course this is Wisconsin and exactly nothing is growing outside right now.

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A Reflection from the Board-Cowspiracy

In the interest of full disclosure, I feel as thought I should start by clarifying that I am not a vegetarian. I make incredible beef bourguignon, I can roast a chicken, and I recently embarked on the process of curing my own prosciutto. I have always cared where my meat comes from. I’m fortunate to get beef from a family member and pork from a local farm. I’m also not ignorant of the process that […]

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