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  1. Tarn Mower
    October 1, 2014 @ 11:16 am

    It’s autumn – get out and forage! Behold the beauty of the ancient and still current right of usufruct, he persimmons are everywhere, and fruit trees in rights-of-way all over B-town. The forests are full of mushrooms, too – esp. the species of oysters that come out in the cooler autumn rains. Have you done any foraging yet?

    • Tyler Lloyd
      October 1, 2014 @ 11:19 am

      I have not! This is something I want to learn more about. I am comfortable with picking from fruit trees but mushrooms, which I love, are a little intimidating to me. I’m hoping to find a local course or someone who can show me what to look for. I’ve read things online, but this is something that I feel needs real life study.

  2. Kegan Daugherty
    October 1, 2014 @ 11:33 am

    Nice, personal post. Factory farming has risk/consequences to human health, as well as a significant source of pollution to the water ways. Factory farming is a large, indirect consumer of water. In a world growing ever more hungry for meat, and water, this is a serious concern. Even more reasons to attempt to cut out meat in a diet.

  3. Tarn Mower
    October 1, 2014 @ 3:41 pm

    Also – do you keep up with the folks at the Weston A Price foundation? They always have something interesting and look into interesting research on food issues.

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