Mayor Larry Guidi said he opposed the trucks because they could take business away from established restaurants in the city. However, he said last week that he would support them under certain circumstances and will work with city staff members to ou
FREE Plans for an arched PVC pipe GREENHOUSE. 13ft wide and as long as you want it. Try this inexpensive hobby greenhouse in your garden.
Unlike banks, businesses, and even residential homes, most farms have little or no security. Most do not even have fences surrounding their crop fields and orchards, which means that the risk of being caught stealing is low, especially when under the
On the raw milk front, Dairyherd.com has some interesting survey results on comparative raw milk regulations on a state-by-state basis. To summarize, thirty states allow consumers to transact with raw milk producers while twenty states prohibit that
"Lustig is an admitted prohibitionist who says that since educational efforts have failed to reduce sugar use, the U.S. government must intervene and force behavior changes upon the citizenry."
"So, some local tyrants have decided not to allow the local serfs to grow vegetables in their front yards. They've decided that only they are allowed to help the needy, and they're doing a real poor job of it."
Once upon a time, in the fall of 2009, the Flying Dog Brewery applied for a license to sell its Raging Bitch craft beer, in the state of Michigan. The Michigan Liquor Control Commission, instead, decided to forbid the sale of the beer by denying the
Just recently I posted about the Feds crashing a Kansas winery to seize the illegal contraband ("drugs") being produced by the company: elderberry wine. The FDA had gone after Diamond Foods for its claims that its walnuts are good for overall health.
The blue sweet lupin is particularly rich in protein and it is this high quality protein from the seeds that is responsible for the product's creamy consistency. Additionally, the lupin protein also has cholesterol-regulating effects. But unfortuna
It’s been brutally hot here in the Midwest, with heat indices hovering in the 110-112 range for the past few days and signs pointing to another heat wave this weekend. So this new flower-based ice cream from Fraunhofer Labs sounds mighty appealing.
Most of the involved parties in the dietary supplement industry still don’t know what hit them. Some believe they will dutifully comply with newly penned FDA guidelines, not recognizing this document will doom a growing industry in a dying economy.
While many people support the United Nations for its peacemaking efforts, few know that they have very specific land use policies that they expect to see implemented in every city, county, state and nation.
How does one change the future? How about children getting information! THEY ARE THE FUTURE!
The Guinness Book of World Records announced that the Infinity chili was the hottest pepper ever—more than 250 times as hot as Tabasco sauce. Just two weeks later, Guinness declared that the Infinity had been unseated by another British-grown hybrid,
New Federal regulations are crippling small fishing businesses in New England. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association has set hard catch limits on groundfish such as cod and haddock, the backbone of the New England fishing industry
A new virtual store developed by Tesco for its line of South Korean Home Plus supermarkets lets customers browse store shelves for the products they want just as if they were in a physical store. But they’re not. They’re on a subway platform.
Codex has capitulated on the GM labeling issue after a battle spanning approximately 20 years, stating that it will allow countries to label GMOs and the WTO will not legally challenge them for it.
In order to sell your home grown fruit at the now centrally planned "farmers market" you must submit a "crop plan" and have your Garden inspected by filling out a "farm schedule"
Sage is a known memory enhancer, too. In a recent study, they took a group of people and gave them either a placebo or Spanish sage. After only an hour, the sage group had improved performance on memory and attention tasks. They also had reduced ment
Though the horrendous tsunami that hit Japan on March 12, 2011 seems like old news in the midst of today’s headlines, the crippled nuclear power plants at Fukishima Daichi continue to spew radiation into water, air and soil, with no end in sight.
the same way, biologically, as narcotics are. That’s because grains like wheat, barley, and rye – and milk from cows – have something in them that acts just like morphine. They’re called “exorphins.” They can
A city law states that a permit must be obtained to serve food to 25 or more people in a park, and limits groups to two permits per year.
Patients who consumed only 600 calories a day for two months were able to reverse their Type 2 diabetes, according to a groundbreaking British study. The research suggests a very low-calorie diet can remove fat that clogs the pancreas
"Assuredly, I say to you, unless you are converted and become as little children, you will by no means enter the kingdom of heaven."
Plant and human genome researchers have uncovered myriad pathways toward understanding health and longevity, determining genes that code for things like disease tolerance and nutrient needs.
Tony the Tiger, some NASCAR drivers and cookie-selling Girl Scouts will be out of a job unless grocery manufacturers agree to reinvent a vast array of their products to satisfy the Obama administration’s food police. Either retool the recipes to c
Artificial, lab-grown meat requires about 96 percent less greenhouse gas emissions than raising cattle, a recently published study shows.
I felt a sting of envy while admiring a neighbor’s tomato and pepper plants. They were lush and heavy with fruit, bursting out of their containers, while the straggly things in my garden struggled to produce an occasional ping pong ball for our salad
This feels like a Vonnegut plotline: population boom equals food shortage. Solution? Synthesize food from human waste matter. Absurd yes, but Japanese scientists have actually discovered a way to create edible steaks from human feces.
This is a reminder that certain foods do affect your mood. Do Enjoy