Yes, GMO technology is a problem. Of course, the technology itself is not the problem, but the intention and the application of the technology is indeed problematic. The very practice of changing the nature of something God made so that it can do things God did not intend is asking for trouble. On top of… Continue reading Seed Banks: Our Answer to the GMO Problem
Before I begin part 2, I want to ask you, my WordPress family, if you would please join the Really Nourish mailing list. I would like to keep you up-to-date with the next endeavors in a more personal way, including my efforts to assist the Commonwealth of Dominica, where Hurricane Maria first made landfall, my upcoming… Continue reading An Edible Caste System: Change is Upon Us (Part 2)
For the last two summers, we have been using any available space we have in our 12th floor apartment in Staten Island, NY to grow our own food. Now is the time, April in the northern hemisphere, to get your garden ready for the season! Train up a child in the way he should go,… Continue reading Summer Gardening in the City
Source: A guide to autumn foods
Think about when something is on sale in the produce section. If it's on sale, the reason is usually because there is more of it available so they can charge less per unit or per pound, right? But why does the quantity available change? Answer: When food is in its God ordained season, it is abundant AND ALSO at its peak quality!
American Organic Farmer facts: 1. The average age of farmers now is 55, up from an average age of 39 in the 1940s 2. Most organic farms need to rely upon second jobs or other income to survive. Clearly they are farming for the LOVE 💖🌱 3. The cost of organic certification is substantial, including… Continue reading Organic Farming: Labor of L♥️Ve