Archive | January, 2013

Wonder: The Lives of Anna & Harlan Hubbard

This week, a packed house attended the screening of the new documentary, Wonder: The Lives of Anna & Harlan Hubbard at the Kentucky Theater, and I was fortunate enough to be among them. The Hubbards are darlings of Kentucky literature and forerunners of the back-to-the-land movement. Anna and Harlan embodied sustainable before the word developed into […]

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Interview: Heavenly Homestead Cheese

{SO excited to get to interview my friends at Heavenly Homestead Cheese. Mark your calendars—because they’ll be hanging out with us at the Kentucky Green Living Fair on March 30th sampling cheese and answering your questions about their awesome operation!} Cheese is a staple in most American diets, and it is relatively easy to make. Milk, […]

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The Skinny on Fermentation: The Gut

{Today, Jesse Frost of Rough Draft Farmstead  is explaining some of the health benefits of adding fermented foods into your diet. Read on, but you might want to have a bowl of homemade sauerkraut nearby, because you’re gonna need it after reading this. Jesse will be presenting on fermentation at the Kentucky Green Living Fair […]

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Book Review: Flight Behavior by Barbara Kingsolver

Call it global warming. Call it climate change. Call it wear-a-tshirt-in-January. Whatever you call it, it is one of the most controversial topics of our time. In her latest novel, Kentucky darling Barbara Kingsolver attacks the subject with delicacy and grace. She does it through the lens with which we are most familiar with here […]

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Real Food January: Additives

{Sustainable Kentucky contributor Rachael Brugger is eating only real food in the month of January. Here’s her second post on this fun challenge!} Despite a rocky start to Real Food January, I’m getting back into my routine after the holiday schedule and have been fairly successful in keeping true to my preservative-free mantra. (I even […]

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