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Soup for Supper: Using fresh veggies and thoughts on eating

“Fresh” is the definition of summer when it comes to food!  Seasonal eating is a very healthy way to live as it keeps you eating fresh food, helps you tune in to what nature is doing around you, and encourages you to contribute to the local economy.  We’ve always encouraged folks to eat fresh and local, even your meats.  There is a lot to be said for the known and unknown dynamics of “biosphere eating.”  But there’s also things to know about how the rhythm of the day affects your body and how to eat in accord with it.  Jill shares here how she’s preparing some fresh veggies for the soup for dinner and some philosophy on living with the daily and seasonal rhythms of nature.

Want to make bone broth?  Here’s a video with instructions:  Stir fry and Bone Broth

Here are some thoughts on winter gardening: Winter Gardening