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All natural salami, made with pride and traditional techniques? Yes, please!

For years, it’s been a dream of ours to offer salami. First, it’s delicious. Second, we love that it helps us use more of the animal (the less waste, the better). And, third, it’s pretty neat to preserve meat and make a fairly shelf stable, post-apocalyptic kind of product. It’s been quite a challenge. There are a good amount of salami makers around, but most are unwilling to adjust their recipes to be more natural. This year, we finally found Nello!

What is bioavailability? How to get what you need to be healthy.

Bioavailability refers to the proportion of nutrients our bodies can absorb when we eat food. Let's explore what bioavailability is, the types of foods we choose, how we prepare each food, what foods we combine together, and your unique body. All of these factors determine whether you are getting balanced nutrition and staying in optimal health.

11 tips for making the perfect A2/A2 all-butter pie crust

It’s definitely pie season. And, if you value the most delicious and nutrient-dense foods, you’re likely making (or are interested in making) your own pie crusts at home. Pie crust can be a little finicky. That’s why I put together an A2/A2 Einkorn All-Butter Pie Crust Recipe for you plus 11 tips for success.

The science behind milk frothing and steaming. Why do some foam better than others?

Milk foam can bring a milk-based drink to a new gourmet level… and it’s not just for cafes. Whether you’re making hot chocolate, golden milk, a cappuccino, your favorite tea latte, a fancy protein shake, or a “puppuccino” for your pets, you can froth milk at home! Here's the science behind what's going on, which will give you some guidance for successful milk foam every time.

What is meat washing? What are the natural options for natural processors?

Meat washing doesn't mean putting T-bone steaks in the washing machine. It's when an antimicrobial agent is sprayed on meat. The USDA has a 41-page list of allowed antimicrobials, and our processors use the most natural sprays - organic apple cider vinegar and certified-for-organic citric and lactic acids. This is a complicated issue that comes down to choice.