Knowledge Base

  1. Why Don't We Eat Grass? An optimistic journey of transformation.

    Why Don't We Eat Grass? An optimistic journey of transformation.
    Why we don't eat grass? An optimistic journey of transformation We don't eat it and can't eat it even though there is a lot of it around. It's not poisonous and doesn't even taste that bad! But Cattle and sheep and other 'ruminants' can. Let's look at evolution. Understanding evolution guides us to farm and eat for a better environment. Herbivores...
  2. What is the Paleo diet?

    The media have brainwashed us into thinking that slim is the only acceptable body shape, so it’s no wonder that the diet industry is worth millions. Fad diets are popping up all the time, claiming amazing weight loss results with little effort. The Cambridge diet, the Cabbage Soup diet, the Atkins diet; all of these have been popular diets amongst...
  3. Tips on Eco Friendly Shopping

    We all have a role to play in supporting a clean environment and eco friendly practices in Britain. Farming and buying organic is just one way of reducing the impact of food production and consumption on the environment. Here are 5 other ways you can help by changing your weekly shopping habits: 1) Buy locally produced goods. You’ll help support...
  4. Tamworth Pigs

    Tamworth Pigs
    You might have noticed the ‘Own a Tamworth’ section if you have taken a good look around our website. This section provides you with details about the Peelham-Own-A-Tamworth (POAT) club, it tells you how to become a member of a community that’s devoted to organic farming. If you like the sound of owning your own Tamworth we thought we’d give...
  5. Stress Free Christmas Roast

    The year’s flying by and sooner rather than later you’ll need to start thinking about the Christmas roast. Whether you prefer turkey with all the trimmings, a festive goose, or a seasonal slice of ham, there’s no such thing as too much planning at this time of year. Our blog provides useful information about preparing for the big day, call...
  6. The Slow Food Movement

    Slow Food is a global, grassroots organisation that was founded in Italy in the late 1980s by Carlo Petrini and a group of activists. Their aim was to defend regional traditions, gastronomic pleasure, good food, and a slow pace of life. Several decades later and the Slow Food Movement has evolved in order to embrace a comprehensive approach to food...

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