We moved.

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The last couple weeks at the farm, the garden started producing like crazy. I was so bummed to basically abandon it, especially after all the work we did, but it had to be done. We got a lot of great zucchini, green beans, and good lord, TONS of cucumbers. I pickled about 30 pounds of cukes, a couple gallons of green beans, and froze lots and lots of zucchini. When we left, there were baby melons and the tomatoes had just started producing. If anyone wants to do a drive by, you can harvest our Continue Reading

Blackberry time!

Over the past year and then some, I've been making a concentrated effort to make my food choices matter, or like one of my favorite Herbivore shirts says, "Eat like you give a damn." Part of this is veganism, and part of it is eating locally and seasonally, which go hand in hand. Eating locally has a few obvious benefits: the dollars stay in your own community, you are supporting small businesses instead of giant corporations, many small local farms use sustainable practices, if you choose to Continue Reading

Chipotle Lime Summer Salad

Don't let the word "salad" scare you away, there's not a leaf of nasty lettuce in sight. I whipped this up last night after the gym when the last thing my sweaty butt wanted to do was fire up the stove. It's super easy and you can take advantage of whatever fresh, seasonal veggies are available. Chipotle Lime Summer Salad serves 3-4 this recipe is vegan 1 can corn (or 2 cups cooked corn kernels) 1 small cucumber 1 large ripe tomato 1 medium Vidalia onion 2 fresh limes a couple dashes Smoked Continue Reading