It's not just about eating healthy food, because about 75% of the time, we do. But what goes into those "healthy" foods, what practices were used to raise and harvest them? Is it something I want to support?
I want to buy some grass-fed beef from someone around here, and maybe even a pig too. Obviously, not a WHOLE pig or cow, can you imagine? But I don't have a big freezer...so I'm going to have to be creative...any ideas?
This is kind of a random post, but just putting out some thoughts. I feel overwhelmed by this problem and the state of Americans and our food...and know I can't change everything, but I want to try and help my family to be the healthiest they can be, and to also support people who deserve it!
What about you? Are you doing things to live locally? Share some of your tips/links/ideas, I'd love to hear!