Subtropical Spring in a RealFood Garden

Arrowroot (Canna edulis)This is Queensland arrowroot, photographed in mid August about a week into our Southern Hemisphere spring. You can see tired, yellowing foliage that's been hanging on

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Connections in a RealFood Garden

Connections in a RealFood GardenAbout a ​3 minute read​6th December, 2021​My definition of a “RealFood garden” is a garden that’s easy to maintain and meets real, basic, every-day

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Regenerative Farming and Gardening

Regenerative Farming and Gardening(2 - 3 minute read)Growing food regeneratively means growing food in ecosystems, not mono-cultures. And it means doing so with an intention not just to

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Supermarket Food is Like a Tiger in a Zoo

Supermarket Food is Like a Tiger in a Zoo This post is about a 2 minute read Real food is more expensive than supermarket food if you measure

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Will this Type of Agriculture Feed Your Grandchildren?

​Will this Type of Agriculture ​Feed Your Grandchildren?​5 minute read | ​Also published at PermacultureNews.org​How ​can you tell if a system of agriculture is capable of feeding your

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Real Food does not come from Supermarkets: 6 Steps from Bare Ground to Homegrown Veggies

​​6 Steps to Homegrown Veggies ​Approximately a 6 ​minute read | Originally published July 1st, 2018, at PermacultureNews.OrgI imagine that when our grandchildren and great grandchildren read in history

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Ditching the Supermarket

Ditching the SupermarketApproximately an 8 to 10 minute readThe choice to shop at the supermarket really seems to be a no-brainer. You can get everything you need at

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How Did Organ Meats Become “Offal” (Awful)?

How Did Organ Meats Become "Awful" (Offal)?​(Approximately a 7 minute read)​​​Organ meats were the animals' most precious gift to humanity.Universally, in traditional cultures, organ meats were eaten first,

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Real Food

Real FoodApproximately a 3 minute readWhat we eat illuminates the relationship between us and our natural world. It also directly influences the way our living planet is used. Before industrialization

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