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Real Food Challenge: Guess Who’s Coming for Dinner?

As I’ve started on the Real Food Challenge, people keep asking me this question: What can you eat? The answer is both simple and complex. I can eat anything you can, just not necessarily how you make it. You see, I’m not in this for the reason the typical person goes on a “diet.” I […]

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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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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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January Real Food Challenge: The Rules

{Our awesome columnist Rachael Brugger is embarking on a cool eating challenge for the month of January. We’ll be updating weekly or so on her adventures here on the blog, so check back often. You might consider joining her and adjusting some of your eating habits, too!} “Quinoa is something Rachael would eat.” This statement […]

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The Raw Milk Debate and Why It Should Matter To You

The raw milk debate is nothing new. For many years, folks have fought for the right to purchase milk that has not been pasteurized. In recent times, the debate has gotten more heated. The last few years have seen raids on locations selling raw milk that seem reminiscent of something that would happen at a […]

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