It can sometimes be hard to see the bigger picture when running a small independent store with minimal staff. Our daily experiences are often taken up by the necessities of retail – in fact “the grind” can completely distract us… Continue reading →
Cast your mind back….. WAY back….. 15,000 BC back… to the Paleolithic period in history. It’s at this point in history when early man started to wild harvest grains. First we wild harvested the grain from Goat Grass. From Goat… Continue reading →
BPA (Bisphenol A) first came to the headlines as the toxic substance present in plastic baby bottles. Most people didn’t (and still don’t) know what BPA is but seeing as though it’s becoming increasingly popular to see “BPA Free” labels… Continue reading →
What’s not to love??
First of the season Blackberries from our own bushes, sweetened with raw honey from our own hive. Samples of organic milk and cream we are trying out for the store and wonderful Happy Chook Company Free… Continue reading →
For the final blog post of 2011 I thought I would share a few of my favourite recipes and take some time to reflect upon the year that was. 2011 has been a hectic one for Lucas and I. We’ve… Continue reading →
One of my favourite nutrition/cookbooks is Nourishing Traditions by Sally Fallon from the Weston A Price Foundation. The Weston A Price Foundation (WAPF) was founded on the research done by dentist Dr Weston A Price who travelled the world reseraching… Continue reading →