Joel Salatin: Thoughts on Changing Course

Writer, lecturer, and farmer Joel Salatin has been a hero of mine for many years, as both mentor and inspiration. He calls himself a “Christian libertarian environmentalist capitalist lunatic farmer.” I can really get behind that. I own a number of his books. This was a post to Joel’s blog on 17 Aug 2020 (3 …

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KS-19 – Includes Everything but the Kitchen Sink

I make chili pretty often. I use beans in my recipe, and onions, garlic, garden tomatoes, peppers, et cetera. Sometimes I add other stuff like the half can of corn that’s in the fridge, or the last quarter cup of oat groats in the cupboard that I just want to get used up. Before you …

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Stop! Don’t eat that food!

Long ago I decided that the majority of what I was told or taught about food was most likely bullshit. One of the bonuses of being a cynic is that you assume that pretty everything you are told or taught is that way. You learn to do a lot of your own research, and your …

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