If you missed last weeks Freaky Friday, be sure to check out all the great posts here.
Jill @Real Food Forager gives us some important information about apples going the way of GMOs. Very important information. Thank you Jill.
Dawn @Small Footprint Family has written a fantastic post outlining what the potential problems could be with pork, but explaining how traditional cultures utilized it with proper means to make it healthy. There’s a great crockpot recipe attached! If you love pork but have been concerned about its health ramifications, you NEED to read this post. It outlines everything succinctly!
Susan @Learning and Yearning wrote a nice summary and some thoughts about a post she read at GNOWFGLINS regarding meat and its cost to an animal life. It’s a good reminder for us all.
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