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Cheap chocolate always taste terrible and the fine chocolate always costs a fortune. But thanks to technology, I can now 3D print my own custom bonbons for cheap. Chocabyte is a $99 3D chocolate printer that is going to win me lots of brownie points

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Cordain suggests that prior to the agricultural revolution, early humans ate this Paleo Diet for 2.5 million years. The 10,000 years since the popularization of farming — or just 333 human generations — he says, is clearly a drop in the chronological

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At the beginning of May the Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET), a U.S.- and U.K.-government-financed organization that monitors various food crises around the world, released a new report detailing the horrific consequences of the Somali

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Jonathan Turley

The U.S. food aid program to starving people overseas started as a domestic rather than foreign policy initiative. Developed in the 1950s by the Eisenhower Administration it’s stated purpose was not all together altruistic.

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According to an internal company document obtained by Reuters, biotechnology corporation Syngenta will be removing one of it’s genetically engineered seeds from the Canadian market.

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The pesticide producers are one of the most powerful industries on the planet, the influence they possess is enormous. You have probably heard that an Elsevier journal has retracted the Seralini study which showed evidence of harm to rats fed a GMO d

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L. Neil Smith's The Libertarian Enterprise

Not long ago, around 10pm, he saw 3 cars coming up his 1/4 mile driveway. The cars stopped about 300 feet from his house. The occupants turned off their car lights. Through the dark he was able to make out 4 men silently walking toward his house.

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If we are ever to . . . produce food sustainably and justly and sell it at an honest price, we will first have to pay people a living wage so that they can afford to buy it." In his words, fair wages must be part of the push to democratize

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Only a small space is required to grow most fruits and veggies for a family. So Stan and I will scamper over to our local garden center this week and for additional organic compost to augment our Super Soil and get those growies growing! By the end o

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Farmer and author, Joel Salatin, spoke to attendees on Thursday, September 19, at the 2013 Liberty Political Action Conference on the important topic of food freedom.

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Did you know that the U.S. state that produces the most vegetables is going through the worst drought it has ever experienced and that the size of the total U.S. cattle herd is now the smallest that it has been since 1951? Just the other day, a CBS