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Veganism, Subsistence Hunting, and Colonialism

In most urban communities, choosing to eat less meat is a good choice. The production of meat requires more energy, more land, and more resources than the production of plants, and cattle farming especially contributes to rising carbon emissions and antibiotic resistance viruses. CAFOs and other industrial animal farms dominate the market, meaning many purchases …


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Nutrition after surgery: how to fuel your recovery

Nutrition after surgery: how to fuel your recovery

Every year, thousands of Canadians undergo surgery. And the process, including the effects of anesthesia, can take a toll on your body in many ways says registered dietitian Lori Halton. Some of the general side effects of surgery are constipation, fatigue, loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting. To combat constipation, get plenty of fluids and …


2015 Victorian Rural Women’s Award Finalist – La Vergne Lehmann

2015 Victorian Rural Women’s Award Finalist – La Vergne Lehmann

Granny skills is about bringing together grandmothers, older women and younger people to build a better understanding of traditional food values, traditional food cultures and ways of understanding food, creating food, and how we consume food, but at the same time bringing in local producers, seasonality, healthy food issues, food waste and a whole range …



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How to Survive Thanksgiving with an Eating Disorder!

Extreme Hunger in Eating Disorder Recovery | Kati Morton

Hey everybody! Today we’re going to talk about extreme hunger in eating disorder recovery. I received this question on a live stream a couple weeks ago I think. And if you haven’t been on YouNow and come hang out with us, what are you doing? You’re totally missing out on a lot of fun and …


Fall Harvest & Cook – Acorn and Mesquite

Fall Harvest & Cook – Acorn and Mesquite

I have completed final work on the rocket stove The edible pods of the honey mesquite tree ripen in November and December here The ripe pods easily come off of the branch Unripe pods are difficult to remove This species is called honey mesquite because bees especially like the flowers Hundreds of species of oak …

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