Modern Farm Girls: Episode 4 – Shannon Hayes of Sap Bush Hollow Farm

By: | 0 Comments | On: October 30, 2014 | Category : Podcast

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TweetOn this episode of the Modern Farm Girls Podcast, Diana interviews farmer and author Shannon Hayes of Sap Bush Hollow Farm. Shannon is the author of Radical Homemakers and several other amazing books on food! Diana chats with Shannon about her decision to join her family farm, raising conscientious children, and about...
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10 Whole 30 Pumpkin Recipes

By: | 0 Comments | On: October 23, 2014 | Category : Recipes

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TweetAs the fall rolls in, you just can’t ignore the smell and sight of pumpkin. Most recipes and drinks are geared towards the sugary and artificial flavors of pumpkin.  However, in this batch of recipes, I wanted to focus on the savory side of pumpkin. Pumpkin recipes are very versatile,...
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Apple Fennel Cinnamon Breakfast Hash

By: | 0 Comments | On: October 18, 2014 | Category : Recipes

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TweetMy husband was a hard convert over to paleo. Unlike me, he has never suffered from any digestive issues and he is always in great shape. He’s a farmer which means he’s super active and doesn’t have to worry about his weight. He is also almost never hungry – skipping...
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Five Ways to Raise the Bar for Halloween

By: | 0 Comments | On: October 15, 2014 | Category : lifestyle, Recipes, Uncategorized

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TweetIt’s almost time for Halloween, with all it’s chocolate, costumes, and tricks. As a farmer, nutritionist, and mother, I thought I’d share some thoughts on how you can make your holiday a little more sustainable, and still have a lot of fun. 1. Boycott Cheap Chocolate. Those miniatures, peanut butter...
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Brisket Soup with Fennel, Cabbage and Potatoes

By: | 1 Comment | On: October 13, 2014 | Category : Recipes

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TweetI came up with this recipe this morning. On our farm, we rotate who cooks crew lunch each day. Mondays are my day. I had prepared brisket the day before, and had a ton of leftovers. I thought it would be great to use the leftover brisket for a hearty...
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Breaking the Mold

By: | 0 Comments | On: October 8, 2014 | Category : Uncategorized

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TweetI don’t usually write such personal posts, but yesterday I had a birthday. It’s a large number (41 to be exact!), and I was feeling down. I was all bummed for a few days actually, worried about getting older, losing my beauty and adding more wrinkles. I was angry with...
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Modern Farm Girls: Episode 3 – Farmer Tans Calendar, Ornery Animals, and Listener Questions

By: | 0 Comments | On: October 4, 2014 | Category : Podcast

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Tweet  “Sometimes you end up chasing cows down two miles of dirt road and just wondering what happened to your life.” …It’s Modern Farm Girls Podcast Episode 003!  Welcome back y’all! Liz Wolfe and I talk the “Farmer Tans” calendar controversy, homestead stories, ornery animals AND we answer listener questions!     ...
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Creamy Roasted Butternut Soup with Ginger and Cilantro: Recipe and Giveaway

By: | 1 Comment | On: September 27, 2014 | Category : reviews

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TweetI’m really excited about Cindy Sexton’s new book, “Paleo Takes 5 or Fewer: Healthy Eating Was Never Easier with These Delicious 3, 4 and 5 Ingredient Recipes”. This bright, happy, and easy-breezy book is a great addition to any cook’s kitchen. The idea of eating a paleo diet can seem...
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The Heal Your Gut Cookbook: Review

By: | 7 Comments | On: September 25, 2014 | Category : reviews

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Tweet Hilary Boynton and Mary Brackett have taken a diet which might seem like an overwhelming and unattractive meal plan and have turned it into art. They have celebrated the beauty of healing with the GAPS Diet (Gut and Psychology Syndrome, based on the book by Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride) in...
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Pastured Pigs

By: | 0 Comments | On: September 24, 2014 | Category : Videos

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TweetHere’s a new video showing how we raise our pigs on pasture/in the woods, which produces a happier pig and a healthier product for us to eat. If you eat bacon, you should watch this! Google+
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