We'll have a different relationship to the carrot pulled from the ground than the one bought in plastic. Carrot seed sprinkled into the row, sprouting up thick and needing to be thinned; showing a child for the first time the magic of what’s not seen, underground, and then becomes visible and sweet to eat, delight; buying beets, red and rosy from the hands of the farmer at the market; conversation at a potluck over this year’s weather, and if someone’s tree is especially heavy with cherries. All of these bring us into a closer relationship with life, and all because we're eating local. We live in an extended gift economy, where there are some things more important than the dollar...Read more on my now finished!!! Local Food Friday Page
7/15/2016 07:57:48 am
I'm glad you're talking about these things, it seems the web is so full of facts, but not enough value and feeling behind it all. I like your town, mine does lots of those things to. Keep it up, great site, I'm recommending it to friends.
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