“A Nap after Blueberry Picking” by Joseph Csatari by guest blogger Jeff Csatari, executive editor of special projects for Men’s Health One sign of good health: blue poo. If you eat enough blueberries, that’s what you get. But have you seen the price of organic blueberries, even now during peak season? A quart costs $8 […]
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by guest blogger Tim Mountz. As a farmer I revel in spring, with its quick weather changes, cracking buds, chorus of flowers, and dramatic transformation of landscape. In spring we farmers return to the fields to till the soil, but we also return to the woods to forage.
by guest blogger Tim Mountz. This time of the year if I am not in the fields planting, I am out in the woods. I do a lot of trail-running, but I’m also an avid hiker and forager. I spent the last few weeks in the woods because the ramps were up and ready to pull almost two weeks ahead of schedule.
By guest blogger Tim Mountz of Happy Cat Farm.
Webster’s Dictionary says that foraging is the act of wandering in search of food. That definition makes me laugh, since I feel like I am always wandering somewhere in search of food. My favorite food to forage is Hen of the Woods.
When I first met my in-laws almost 20 years ago, I thought it was a bit odd that they ate so much food that they “found” outside. I had never really been part of a foraging family…no matter how much other people confused my family with the Euell Gibbons “nuts-and-berries” crowd, in general we either […]
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