Archive / January, 2015

The “Hokey Pokey” mineral program

“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” As many of you know, I give away Redmond Sea Salt and The Redmond Clay at my Farmer’s Market booth at 10th and Grove every Saturday from April to December. You can’t get away without the “instruction manual” that I give with each. The fact […]

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Life is the coffee in the cup, not the cup

I was looking through some old emails this morning and ran across a video that I feel is a real gem! “The happiest people don’t have the best of everything, they make the best of everything.”  !!!    


Moist or dry? How to cook the roast I brought home.

We can dry-roast the Tenderloin, standing rib roast, eye of round, bottom and top round, cross rib, mock tender and sirloin tip roasts, even though these are less-tender cuts.  (We are looking for roasts with less connective tissue for a dry roast.) Moist heat roasting works best with cuts with more connective tissue such as […]

Americans are dying to eat

In this morning’s Dr Mercola update, he included a new movie about Eating, concentrated Carbohydrates, Type 1, 2 and 3 Sugar Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome. What has caused this? Foods without minerals that are laced with sugar, salt and toxins.


Vitamin K2 and the Calcium Paradox

“Vitamin K2 is the single most important mechanism by which the body can prevent and yes reverse existing heart disease.” A coronary artery calcification test can be done via CT scan and is the gold standard to determine if you are ripe for a heart attack, NOT Cholesterol numbers. A short quiz From Dr Kate […]

A farmers perspective on why women live longer than men

I If you notice the subtle difference in the two necks pictured above, the neck on the left has a natural curve where all of the nerves should be in functioning order. Nerve supply to those organs is intact and they are functioning normally. The neck on the right is pretty much straight which is going […]