What happened to Arrowhead Mills and Walnut Acres?

Arrowhead Mills Logo

So many family owned organic farms and food producers are being bought out by major food corporations and often the result is not good for us as consumers!  The story of the selling of Arrowhead Mills and Walnut Acres is … Continue reading →

Glyphosate (Monsanto’s Roundup) is Applied to Oats, Not Just Wheat!

Tropical Traditions Rolled Oats

Do you love a bowl of warm soaked oats with lots of butter, raisins, and maybe some raw honey or maple syrup?  I like mine with cinnamon too and raw milk or cream. Unfortunately when you eat your bowl of … Continue reading →

Back on Track–Recharged and Ready to Go After the 2014 Wise Traditions Conference

Sally Fallon Morell at the 2014 Wise Traditions Conference

I just got back yesterday from the 2014 Wise Traditions Conference in Indianapolis, and I can’t begin to describe how encouraged and recharged I am. Do your co-workers treat you as if you’re crazy because you want to eat healthy … Continue reading →

On the Real Food News Front — 08-1-14

Mug of bone broth and newspaper

I know it’s Friday, but this week I have been so busy with the activities of the Houston-Galveston chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation that I am a little behind with the news.  For breakfast this morning while drinking … Continue reading →

We Simply Can’t Avoid the True Cost of Cheap Food!


In the U.S. we spend less of our household budget on food than any other county in the world.  We only spend about 6.9% of our household income on food.  What do other countries spend on food?  Here are a … Continue reading →

TOFGA (Texas Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association) Conference 2014

[The following is a guest post by Valerie Stegemoeller, who, with her husband, has a small homestead northwest of Houston. She is a co-leader of the Houston-Galveston Chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation and recently attended the Texas Organic … Continue reading →

Livestreamed Debate, Dec. 4th: “Don’t Eat Anything with a Face”

I just learned of a fascinating debate that will be livestreamed on December 4, 2013, 6:45 pm EST (5:45 pm Central).  The subject is “Don’t Eat Anything with a Face.” Here’s what the debate is all about, according to the … Continue reading →

Say yes to food freedom! Let’s improve access to raw milk in Texas!

During the 2011 session of the Texas legislature, a bill to allow delivery of raw milk by the farmer to the customer was defeated–it never even got out of committee!  Why was it defeated?  There are probably many reasons, including … Continue reading →

Why you should support the Farm & Ranch Freedom Alliance!

Do you care about the quality of your food?  Do you care about the sustainability of farming and the health of our planet earth?  Do you want the freedom to choose your own foods?  Do you want our small family … Continue reading →

The USDA ban on raw almonds is a food freedom issue, not a food safety issue!

[Update: On February 22, 2013: the DC Court of Appeals “held that California almond producers don’t currently have the right to even argue that the USDA overstepped the bounds of its authority with the Almond Rule.”   The Almond Rule had actually extended the … Continue reading →