Vince talks to us about growing chemical-free veggies behind his suburban house for almost 60 years, to feed his family and sell at the local farmer’s market.
Is paying more for Free Range Organic worth it? Brad visits Ian Littleton at Clarendon Farms Free Range Organic Eggs Farm to learn why his eggs are superior.
In the debate on organic food, many people consider price and nutritional benefits. If you have decided that organic food is too expensive, consider how much you are willing to spend on a glass of wine, a trip to the cinema, a pair of jeans, a nice car…yet the very thing that gives you life – your food – has to be cheap or on special for you to buy it.
Walking down the aisle of the supermarket (yes, I go in occasionally for toilet paper and raw cheese), it’s easy to see why everyone is confused about what to eat. In every aisle, for almost every type of product, there are dozens of choices and each one claims to be healthier than the next. Hmmm, this one is low-fat and all-natural, but this one is sugar-free with added bran.
Sunday morning means our shopping trip to the farmer’s market for samples, socializing, snacks on the grass, and most importantly, stocking up our fridge. The farmer’s market is our supermarket, and Sunday mornings is our main weekly shop, with top-ups through the week from our organic food delivery, wholesale butcher, plus bits and pieces at the grocery store.
I was recently in a position where I could have a sneak peek at the personal documents of thousands of community members. These documents gave me a snapshot of their habits, needs, desires and vices. Okay, it was nothing shady, I was simply handing out competition entry forms at a shopping centre over six weeks, and the documents that were shown to me to gain entry into the competition were shopping receipts.
Raw Cacao balls to satisfy your sweet Primal tooth!