organic

Organic food and farming. The healthy way to eat in the Feast food community.

  • Ashley Terrell
    Published 2 months ago
    Gon' Ho Fo' Mangoes

    Gon' Ho Fo' Mangoes

    I was first introduced to mangoes through a former associate and their family. When we lived together, I fell in love with their Caribbean food culture.
  • Ashley Terrell
    Published 2 months ago
    Explain To Me, Pokeweed...

    Explain To Me, Pokeweed...

    When I first heard about pokeweed, it was referred to as "polk salad". My neighbor brought knowledge to me about the leafy green.
  • Porsche Lacewell
    Published 3 months ago
    Sprouted Grain Bread is Legit

    Sprouted Grain Bread is Legit

    Bread is not something I should be consuming on a daily basis given my health and weight loss goals, however, I found a sure-fire healthier way to enjoy it so that it doesn't interfere. Sprouted grain bread was introduced to me through Food Babe, Vani Hari (an activist), and she describes it as a vegetable because it's basically a plant that grows from a grain when soaked in water. That plant is then ground into bread. This is supposed to be the healthiest type of bread to consume because it doesn't give you the insulin spike that refined flour doughs do, even the rich, darkened ones, due to the breakdown of starch that occurs during the process. Thus, it doesn't make you gain. Angelic Bakehouse, Food for Life, and Dave's Killer Bread are convenient ones to purchase at stores. From my experience, Dave's Killer Bread tastes better than the knockoff healthy brands like Pepperidge Farm. I haven't yet tried Angelic Bakehouse, but Food for Life offers a variety of types of bread like English muffins and tortillas. Their Ezekiel Bread has to be kept frozen and does come in a cinnamon raisin version. At any case, I was grateful to come across Vani's book the Food Babe Way that highlights so many flaws in our American food system and methods to navigate them and overcome our greatest health concerns. It made me a more informed eater.
  • Devgad Mango
    Published 3 months ago
    Tips on How to Choose the Perfect Mango

    Tips on How to Choose the Perfect Mango

    There is no doubt that a good mango can make our taste buds sing, but a bad mango can do quite the opposite. There is nothing worse than ordering or buying mangoes only for you to find out they are hard & super sour. To help you avoid this unflattering experience, we’ve created this tasteful guide on things you need to be on the watch for when choosing the most amazing mangoes.
  • Devgad Mango
    Published 3 months ago
    Why is Devgad Alphonso the Best Compared to Other Mango Varieties?

    Why is Devgad Alphonso the Best Compared to Other Mango Varieties?

    Mangoes, as we know, are the kings of all fruits and the national fruit of India. There are around 1500 varieties of mangoes- that have different shapes, textures, and colors. Although, the best variety hails from a little village in Devgad that is situated in the west part of India in the Konkan Belt.
  • Reuben Salsa
    Published 4 months ago
    Unpopular Opinion: Lettuce Tastes Like Wet Grass

    Unpopular Opinion: Lettuce Tastes Like Wet Grass

    Don’t be fooled by the Lovers of Lettuce Society. There may be a myriad of varieties to consume, but every single piece tastes like wet grass.
  • Penny Blake
    Published 9 months ago
    Eat Wild

    Eat Wild

    Foraging for wild food can have many benefits. Besides being an enjoyable hobby and a good excuse to get out and enjoy a productive walk in the fresh air, it can save you money on your grocery bill, and give your health a boost, because wild foods often contain more nutrients than those grown in intensive farming conditions.
  • Rachel Anderson
    Published about a year ago
    What Is Matcha?
  • Isla Wright
    Published about a year ago
    7 Benefits of Switching to Organic Food

    7 Benefits of Switching to Organic Food

    The question of whether organic food has any merit as a healthier alternative is a controversial one. The reason for this is because it should be healthier in theory, but you should be keenly aware of the fact that produce is defined as organic within certain parameters, and a willing grower of these groceries can find holes in these parameters in order to save money, and still retain the required stamp of approval. Still, the bottom line is that the organic variety truly is healthier most of the time, so it really ends up being a question of whether the quality corresponds fairly to the increase in pricing. In order to be certain about this conundrum, you should just take a look at seven benefits of switching to organic food.
  • Elizabeth Webb
    Published about a year ago
    A Few Things I Have Learned Since Marrying a Canadian Vegetable Farmer
  • Vivian Curl
    Published about a year ago
    My First Real Ginger Harvest

    My First Real Ginger Harvest

    This is a picture of Aloe Plant and Ginger Plant. Both of these plants love Louisiana climate.
  • David Wyld
    Published about a year ago
    Good Old American Ingenuity Down on the Farm!

    Good Old American Ingenuity Down on the Farm!

    When we think of great the great technological advancements of our time, we tend to think of those that grab our collective attention because they are "sexy" and look to have a direct impact on our lives—if not now, certainly in the near future. Perhaps no greater example is when Steve Jobs took to the stage to introduce the iPhone to an amazed world way, way back—in 2007! We just knew that was a moment....