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  • Home Farming
  • Home Farming

    As Easter nears, a few thoughts on getting eggs from your own backyard
  • Spring Tonic
  • Spring Tonic

    Weeds are starting to grow, and guess what? You can eat them
      For most of human history, winter has been a time of nutrient depletion, if not starvation. After months of living on staples like sugar and flour, with hardly any fresh vegetables, it was common for
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  • Post-Baconism
  • Post-Baconism

    As the bacon fad comes to an end, here’s how you should cook
      Looking back, the early years of the bacon craze seem like a time of innocence. We took it for granted that any problem, culinary or otherwise, could be solved with various preparations of pig belly.
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  • India From Home
  • India From Home

    Sometimes spice is the cheapest form of travel
      Indian food is wildly different from hamburgers and apple pie, as one would expect from a country on the other side of the world. But many Indian recipes, especially from the country’s north, ca
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  • The New Normal?
  • The New Normal?

    Two years without rain have farmers in the Southwest worried
      In a dirt parking lot near Many Farms, Ariz., a Navajo farmer sold me a mutton burrito. He hasn’t used his tractor in two years, he told me; he has to cook instead of farm because “there i
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  • Eat Like a Caveman
  • Eat Like a Caveman

    Some people are channeling their inner Tarzan at the dinner table.
      “We have no evidence that the modal form of human bodies or brains has changed at all in the past 100,000 years,” wrote evolutionary biologist Stephen Jay Gould. The resulting disconnect between modern life and outdated bodies can cause problems, say members of the ancestral health movement, also known as “Paleos.
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  • Zombie Crop
  • Zombie Crop

    Got an invasion of zucchini you don't know what to do with? Here are some tips.
      In my old neighborhood, we only locked our doors during zucchini season. Waves of the vegetables would arrive at our doorstep, sent by those who were too sick of them to eat any more. No matter how many stir-fries, fritters, pizzas and tamales we threw them at, the zucchini kept coming .
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  • Chicken From Scratch
  • Chicken From Scratch

    When the roosters get tough, the tough make coq au vin.
      Coq au vin — literally, “rooster in wine” — is a recipe that can be simple or complex. My version is geared toward those starting with a big ol’ tough rooster in the yard, but it works for any chicken. An old hen would also do the trick, but I don’t kill my hens.
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  • Bad Cow Disease
  • Bad Cow Disease

    Even if you love beef, it might be killing you.
      In 2008, Mexican authorities rejected a shipment of U.S. Department of Agriculture, known as the Food Safety and beef because the meat exceeded Mexico’s regulatory Inspection Service, is under USDA scrutiny. While the pub- tolerance for copper. The rejected meat was returned to lic has gotten used to microbes like E.
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  • Nightshade Slave Trade
  • Nightshade Slave Trade

    For those who love tomatoes in wintertime, a cautionary tale
      If you eat tomatoes in America between the months of December and May, chances are some were picked in Florida, where labor bosses have been indicted in recent years for forcing immigrants to work as slaves.
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  • Nightshade Slave Trade
  • Nightshade Slave Trade

    For those who love tomatoes in wintertime, a cautionary tale
      If you eat tomatoes in America between the months of December and May, chances are some were picked in Florida, where labor bosses have been indicted in recent years for forcing immigrants to work as slaves.
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  • Savor the Justice

      The Slow Food movement began as a protest ag
  • Apple For Your Eye

      I just moved into a new rental, which has a big apple tree in the backyard. My landlord says the apples are tasty, but he doesn't want to deal with them -- and in fact he'd be happy if I did, because then there wouldn't
  • Apple For Your Eye

      Dear Chef Ari, I just moved into a new rental, which has a big apple tree in the backyard. My landlord says the apples are tasty, but he doesn't want to deal with them -- and in fact he'd be happy if I did, because then there woul
  • Pickled Pepper Star

      As nutrient-rich as they are delicious, the hotter pepper varieties pack
  • Smoky Day

      & lt;span class= & quot;dropcap & quot; & T & lt;/span & here will always be people to whom "barbecue" means the same thing as "grill," but remember this distinction: grilling is fast and hot; barbecue is slow and warm. Meanwhile, there are those who'll swear

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