Donna Zalensas Jones
Fri, Jan 18 2013 at 12:11 PM
That works just fine until the dead of winter in northern climates, at which point you will starve to death. lol
Fri, Jan 18 2013 at 12:08 PM
The article says "If you serve meat for Thanksgiving, invest in an organic, pastured turkey, such as one from Ayrshire Farm in Maryland." FYI -- Pasture-raised is healthy for you, but not because it's organic. An organic turkey (using the legal definition for organic, not the common-sense one) will have been raised in a building with no access to actual earth where it might find bugs and worms, which are considered "unregulated protein sources." Animals like turkeys and chickens are NOT vegetarians by choice. In fact, they will choose to eat bugs, worms, and all sorts of meat before they move on to things like fresh vegetables. Keep this in mind before you pay the big bucks for your next "organic" chicken, turkey, or eggs.