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The End of the Earth

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The End of the Earth

Finisterre (called "finis terrae") used to be considered the farthest edge of the north westerly land mass and was described as "the end of the earth" (in Latin, "finis terrae" means "end of the world").

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h-a-r-m-o-n-y

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h-a-r-m-o-n-y

“...simple foods and...simpl[e] lives...in harmony with the earth...don’t have to navigate rush hour traffic or worry about deadlines or mortgages or paying for...college education...don’t have a lot of material possessions that need to be replaced or fixed...don’t live with the daily stresses that occur in modern life.” -Peggy Emch

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Stoneware Treasure Hunt! Another Happy Week No 83

Another Happy Week

Stoneware Treasure Hunt! Another Happy Week No 83

Recently we broke a stoneware pie plate recommended in this well-worn resource cookbook! I tried to replace the pie plate and found out the company no longer sells them! Oh no! As with many other toxin-free products, it can be EXTREMELY difficult to find necessary items. After several weeks and contacting several companies I found many gems! This, this, this, this, this, this and finally a replacement pie plate! #sograteful! I've been SO enjoying the stoneware baking pans to roast brussels sprouts! Sprouts + oil + salt + heat then finishing oil + finishing salt! Hello! Happiness #sograteful Loved reading this and...

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Happiness Class: Superlife by John Durant

Happiness Class

Happiness Class: Superlife by John Durant

“Eat the right foods: meat, seafood, roots and tubers, leafy vegetables, eggs, fruit and nuts. Experiment with full-fat fermented dairy. Aim for a diet where the bulk of calories comes from seafood and animals, but the physical bulk comes from plants. Don’t be afraid of fat, eat nose to tail, and eat a variety of plants. Respect ancient culinary wisdom. Follow traditional recipes. Eat fermented foods. Eat raw foods. Make broths and stocks. Cook at low heat, using traditional fats and oils (coconut, beef, butter, ghee, olive). Lead a healthy lifestyle. Sleep as much as possible. Move and exercise regularly....

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prospering

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prospering

“In France, there is not an obsession with what is called ‘the new materialism.’ They are not a society that constantly consumes - going on shopping binges, looking for the next gadget, the next upgrade, the latest thing (which accounts for why their homes are so enviably clutter-free). They spend their money on the things that were important to them - high quality food...well-made clothing...To live well - to live within your means and to avoid the seduction of the material world - that is what I call prospering.” -Jennifer L. Scott

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