Our green, good food
We look forward all year to our delicious crop of blueberries
The more we learn about all the issues related to food, the more we realize that it's one of the most significant parts of living a sustainable life—and of living a "good life" full of delicious food.
Some varieties are especially nutritious
We especially are interested in food that contributes to our good health and we're increasingly aware that real food is the foundation of good health.
We grow lots of veggies
But we're also are trying in a variety of ways to obtain our food in a way that contribute to sustainability: by growing much of our own food, by choosing organic products, by buying foods grown locally, and by choosing foods that promote justice.
We invite you to visit Our Edible Garden website, too.
Cooking: the only alternative to industrial food
We do pretty much all our own cooking from scratch using healthy ingredients—so how could it not end up delicious?
We're sharing some of our favorite vegetarian recipes, and hope you can use them as inspiration to create your own versions.
Building our first composter in the late 70s
And what to do with food waste? We don't waste food we prepare, but there are always the inevitable peelings and so on. We reserve our regular backyard compost pile (described in Our Edible Garden) for yard waste.