I want a farm

Really, it’s true.  I want a farm.  With a big vegetable garden and fruit trees and chickens and maybe even a milk cow. A real farm. There should be pigs, too.   And maybe a goat.  Goats are good at eating weeds. And if there’s a pond, then there will have to be ducks and…

Groundhog Day, again…

It’s Groundhog Day! In celebration of things coming around again, here’s some of my favorite  unprocessed and minimally-processed posts. Curry Roasted Vegetables — This is great for this time of the year when cauliflower and root veggies are plentiful at the Farmer’s Market.  I just might be making this for dinner tonight.  Or at least something similar….

4 Easy Ways to Go Unprocessed

Last Thursday’s post didn’t get published until Monday, so I’m scurrying to catch up!  In my last post I introduced how I define unprocessed and minimally processed.  One thing that you may have noticed was that I specifically avoided the use of the word “diet”.  That’s because most people have come to think of diets as restrictive….

Human Chow: My Minimally-Processed Manifesto

From the Merriam-Webster Dictionary: Manifesto:  noun; man·i·fes·to \ˌma-nə-ˈfes-(ˌ)tō\  a written statement declaring publicly the intentions, motives, or views of its issuer Minimal: adjective  min·i·mal  \ˈmi-nə-məl\ :  relating to or being a minimum: as  a  :  the least possible <a victory won with minimal loss of life> b  :  barely adequate <a minimal standard of living> c  :  very small or slight <a minimal interest in art> You’ve undoubtedly heard…

October Unprocessed — how’s it going?

Well it’s day 6 of the October Unprocessed challenge and I’ve got good news to report — I’ve been successful so far! Of course, it helps that I am used to cooking most everything at home and from scratch. Still, there have been times that I was tempted to grab a soda from the vending…