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Why Regenerative Organic Agriculture? Cool the Planet. Feed the World.

Posted by Niti Bali on 1/20/2016 to Regenerative Farming
If youíve never heard about the amazing potential of regenerative agriculture and land use practices to naturally sequester a critical mass of CO2 in the soil and forests, youíre not alone. One of the best-kept secrets in the world today is that the solution to global warming and the climate crisis (as well as poverty and deteriorating public health) lies right under our feet, and at the end of our knives and forks. Eat REAL FOOD from REAL FARMS that is rich in micronutrition (grass) to save the SOIL and planet and your health!

Enjoy VITALITY with LIFE GIVING Bone Broth!

Posted by Niti Bali on 12/14/2015 to Cancer Killer Recipe's
Making Bone Broth:

What you will need:

1. Beef marrow or soup bones or chicken back or chicken neck bones or lamb bones or veal bones or fish bones with head on preferred or chicken feet (Iím not that adventurous yet)- pasture raised animal bones. You can also add some chicken livers during the last 2-3 hours of your broth cook time to draw out essential nutrients from livers if you are still unable to eat them!
2. Fresh ginger root and turmeric root
3. Real salt
4. Crockpot (I prefer 8 quarts or more but 6-7 will obviously work fine)
5. Distilled water
6. Quart sized mason jars
7. Mason jar funnel is handy but not required
8. Fine strainer

Ominvore's Delight

Posted by Niti Bali on 10/19/2015 to Cancer Killer Recipe's
I made up this cancer killer dish for a special VIP dinner I was catering for Dr. Greg Barnes. I hope you all enjoy it as much as the dinner guests did tonight.

Easy Peasy Pot Roast

Posted by Niti Bali on 10/18/2015 to Cancer Killer Recipe's
Make sure your roast is well thawed and then rinse and pat dry before searing in the cast iron pan. Stainless steel can also work, but it is a mess to clean unless you are sure to use a good amount of fat. I like to use bacon grease to sear beef. It gives it an incredible and Smokey flavor that is out of this world!

Essential Oils

Posted by Niti Bali on 8/7/2015 to Regenerative Consumers
Folks are always asking me about essential oils. I feel strongly that you need some help from time to time to relieve discomfort but using these oils to manage your health daily without correct nutrition is no better than popping any pharmaceutical (headache pills to prescription drugs) pills. Oils have real healing power and they can also hurt you if you rely on them to get thru the day or take them ALL THE TIME without seeking the reason for your discomfort.

Dry Rub Pork Belly Roast

Posted by Niti Bali on 8/6/2015 to Cancer Killer Recipe's
When life brings extra chaos into our home, I use fats to keep our body & mind balanced to recover more quickly from the added stress. 
  • Extra long work days due to project deadlines or start ups
  • Seasonal transitions beginning & end of school year
  • Exam time, Crunch time
  • Recovering from illness or injury
  • HOLIDAY SEASON
Think of this dish like bacon on steroids. It will have a crispy outside and melt in your mouth inside. BONUS: Pork belly is typically much cheaper than bacon and more sustainable for us to offer fresh off the farm.

Homemade Bacon using our FRESH PORK BELLY

Posted by Niti Bali on 7/29/2015 to Cancer Killer Recipe's
New Pasture Family Pork Bellies are fresh and DELICIOUS! They are also a rare treat so get one if you can!

How do you know how big the shrimp will be?

Posted by Niti Bali on 6/18/2015 to What are you eating?
Shrimp are sold based on their size. The sizes are designated by determining how many shrimp you should expect to find in a pound. For example: 21/25 = you will have 21 to 25 shrimp in a pound.

Oyster Heaven

Posted by Niti Bali on 6/18/2015 to Cancer Killer Recipe's
Whether you love them raw, fried, or on the half shell, oysters can provide you with a host of health benefits, among them, high levels of heart- and brain-boosting omega-3 fatty acids and enough zinc (the aphrodisiac mineral) to keep your mojo flowing all night.

There are 10 calories in 1 RAW Oyster from our offerings.

Calorie breakdown: 34% fat, 24% carbs, 42% protein.

Organic DOES NOT MEAN HEALTHY.

Posted by Niti Bali on 4/4/2015 to Regenerative Consumers
Organic does not mean HEALTHY in all cases.  

WHAT IS ORGANIC AGRICULTURE? 
Organic agriculture produces products using methods that preserve the environment and avoid most synthetic materials, such as pesticides and antibiotics. USDA organic standards describe how farmers grow crops and raise livestock and which materials they may use.

Organic farmers, ranchers, and food processors follow a defined set of standards to produce organic food and fiber. Congress described general organic principles in the Organic Foods Production Act, and the USDA defines specific organic standards. These standards cover the product from farm to table, including soil and water quality, pest control, livestock practices, and rules for food additives.

Organic farms and processors:

Preserve natural resources and biodiversity
Support animal health and welfare
Provide access to the outdoors so that animals can exercise their natural behaviors
Only use approved materials
Do not use genetically modified ingredients
Receive annual onsite inspections
Separate organic food from non-organic food

Beet based Lasagna- NIGHTSHADE FREE FOOD

Posted by Niti Bali on 4/4/2015 to Cancer Killer Recipe's

We consume very limited amounts of nightshades in our home.  Nightshades cause inflammation and when you are working hard to heal your gut it helps to remove nightshades from your diet.  Nightshade fruit & veggies also contribute to arthritis, fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome.  Once you are healed you can re-introduce them in limited amounts but I'm not sure I feel the need to go back to them. Nightshades include tomatoes, eggplant, potatoes (*not tubers like sweet potatoes), sweet & hot peppers, ground cherries and goji berries.

Nitiís version of Fermented Wheat Free Cast Iron Corn Bread

Posted by Niti Bali on 3/11/2015 to Cancer Killer Recipe's
I like to ferment any grains we consume.  Soaking them in cultured raw dairy naturally produces an acidic environment that will pre-digest those grains for us. Fermentation naturally neutralizes anti-nutrients. Fermentation will naturally increase the vitamin content of your grains, giving you a more nourishing food product. Fermentation naturally decreases the starchiness of grains as the friendly organisms eat it up and produce acids.

Niti's Chicken & Kale Soup Recipe

Posted by Niti Bali on 3/8/2015 to Cancer Killer Recipe's
We sampled soup and salad yesterday at Maximized Living's Health Revolution 2015 featuring Dr. Hardick. Many of you asked for the chicken and kale soup recipe so here it is! Bon Appétit!

ALL GRASS FED BEEF IS NOT EQUAL

Posted by Niti Bali on 9/2/2013 to Regenerative Farming
ALL GRASS FED BEEF IS NOT EQUAL 
KNOW YOUR FACTS.
QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR GRASS FED BEEF FARMER.

Are you eating pesticides?

Posted by Niti Bali on 7/12/2011 to What are you eating?
Are you eating pesticides? Canola oil is the #1 ingredient in bug killers. Are you still using canola oil?

Raw Pet Food

Posted by Niti Bali on 7/9/2011 to Regenerative Consumers
Several of the CSA members have been asking lately about the raw pet food we offer. I asked some veterinarians about it and none of them felt that raw pet pork could hurt dogs; they rather recommend real meat over the imitation pet food.

Talking Chicken and Eggs

Posted by Niti Bali on 4/14/2011 to Regenerative Farming

I think it is interesting when I open magazines or go online to find a good recipe and everything goes back to chicken. I find it more interesting that all the recipes call for one chicken breast per person! Nobody needs to eat that much chicken; especially just the breast pieces. I know most of my members know that a whole chicken is more sustainable and affordable than the pieces. It really does not make sense to cut the bird up. Cooking it all together brings out the most flavors and textures that everyone can enjoy in a meal. The only reason I offer cut up chicken is for what Americans love the most- convenience.

Welcome to Farm to Fork Meat!

Posted by Niti Bali on 4/1/2011 to What are you eating?
Welcome to Farm to Fork Meat!
 
I hope to use this blog as a tool to get everyone out there thinking about your familyís health and about what is going on in our country when it comes to basic human rights such as the right to choose what to eat or drink. I am not interested in doing this to get everyone to join my CSA- I canít feed everyone and my CSA doesnít fit everyoneís lifestyle. You can however benefit from new perspectives and I hope to offer you a slant that may cause you to have a spark about the way you nourish your family or the way you advocate for anything you feel passionate about in this lifetime.
This page is where I want to share my passion for REAL food with you. Please check back often for updates or subscribe to receive them automatically via email, facebook, or twitter. I am looking forward to building the community and sharing my thoughts and experiences with you. 

- Niti Bali, owner Farm to Fork Meat

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