We are fortunate in the seacoast area to have hundreds of farmer who are passionate about growing food and raising animals in a sustainable way. Eating local is a good choice, but it’s not always an easy one. Join Kath and Tracey and their special guests to learn how to tap into the local food movement here in the seacoast as they guide you through the ins and outs of how to buy, store, and cook your food locally. Featured guests: Executive Chef, Ted McCormack, Blue Moon Evolution, and Kate Donald, Farmer, Stout Oak Farm.
We’ll show you how to:
– The pros and cons of community supported agriculture (CSA) and how to make the most of it.
– Health and environmental impacts of your milk and meat.
– How to utilize a whole chicken to get the most bang for your buck.
– The most cost-effective way for buying local meat (and where to get it).
– How to cook and prepare grass-fed meats to keep the flavor.
– Practical tips for buying, cooking and storing local food.
– How to reduce your impact on the environment.
Did you know that 30% of the gases that cause global warming are from the food industry? But what does it all mean? And does purchasing natural, organic, grass-fed, free-range products really make a difference for the environment and for your health? Learn about the “green” food movement and ways to eat sustainably, seasonably, and reasonably.
For more information: https://www.diginrealfood.com/march-19-living-local-living-green-locavore-seacoast/