Pita, Not Pizza

I recently avoided disaster, thank goodness! It was Saturday – and we have homemade pizza every Saturday or every other Saturday. So I stirred yeast into some water, let it sit; next added flour and salt. After kneading for a bit, I covered the bowl to let it rise. Then… Life got in the way. It was not to be Pizza Night!
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Mariah Gladstone (Blackfeet/Cherokee Nation): Indigikitchen

Mariah Gladstone (Blackfeet/Cherokee Nation) talks about her background in food advocacy and her experience founding the online cooking platform Indigikitchen.
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Montana's NEW Range Riders

Range rider Bree and her horse Shasta out for a morning’s ride. (Source: Hilary Anderson, Tom Miner Basin Association)

While traditionally range riders – “cowboys” of old – were men, many of the range riders in the Tom Miner Basin today are women.

Audio Interview

Bree Morrison tells about her life as a
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Magical Thinking: PCC in 30 Years (Audio)

Darrell Vannoy, PCC’s new VP of Merchandising and Procurement, discusses the changes and evolution of PCC Natural Markets and where the company – and food retailing – may be in 30 years.
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Lentil Underground: Renegade Farmers and the Future of Food in America (Audio)

Listen to author Liz Carlisle talk about her new book “Lentil Underground: Renegade Farmers and the Future of Food in America” in which Montana farmers took matters into their own hands, avoided monocrops, replenished their soil, conserved water, refused chemicals, and made it work.
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Regenerating Landscape With Cover Crop Cocktails and Planned Grazing by Gabe Brown

Farmers and ranchers face enormous challenges today, from the drought conditions in the western United States to rising costs of production, regulations, family succession hurdles, and feed availability for livestock. Livestock producers are seeking lasting solutions to these issues.
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If It Isn't Broken, Don't Try To Fix It!

As they say (more or less): “inquiring consumers want to know…” GoodFood World recently received a comment from a reader that made it clear consumers are concerned – and confused – about genetically engineered foods being developed and brought to market.
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Joel Salatin: Real Farmers Apply the Principles of Ecology

Finally we are hearing it from real farmers. We need to re-discover “The Principles of Ecology” and apply them — NOW!
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