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Folks, This Ain't Normal

A Farmer's Advice for Happier Hens, Healthier People, and A Better World
Salatin, Joel (Book - 2011 )
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
Folks, This Ain't Normal
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Farmer Joel Salatin is the 21st century's thinking man's farmer who believes that the answer to rebuilding America is to start with the family farm and for those farms to thrive, we all need to learn how to eat naturally again. Salatin's solutions as presented in the book are very simple and easy to implement in any American household, whether in the suburbs of Chicago, the mountains of Colorado, or urban life in New York City. On topic with today's sustainable living conversation and the entire green movement in general. Americans have embraced green living and are looking for ways to nourish their families with clean, wholesome food.
Authors: Salatin, Joel
Title: Folks, this ain't normal
a farmer's advice for happier hens, healthier people, and a better world
Publisher: New York : Center Street, 2011.
Edition: 1st ed.
Characteristics: xvi, 361 p. ;,24 cm.
Content Type: text
Media Type: unmediated
Carrier Type: volume
Notes: Includes index.
Summary: Farmer Joel Salatin is the 21st century's thinking man's farmer who believes that the answer to rebuilding America is to start with the family farm and for those farms to thrive, we all need to learn how to eat naturally again. Salatin's solutions as presented in the book are very simple and easy to implement in any American household, whether in the suburbs of Chicago, the mountains of Colorado, or urban life in New York City. On topic with today's sustainable living conversation and the entire green movement in general. Americans have embraced green living and are looking for ways to nourish their families with clean, wholesome food.
Local Note: bt/ltm
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ISBN: 0892968192
9780892968190
Statement of Responsibility: Joel Salatin
Subject Headings: Sustainable living.
Topical Term: Sustainable living.
LCCN: 2011928347
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BACTERIAL DECOMPOSERS THAT GIVE THE SOIL AN EARTHY ODOR

“If you put raw milk on the kitchen table in the morning, it will spoil by evening. You can smell and taste the spoilage. Ditto for raw meat, poultry, or eggs. But what about ultra-pasteurized milk? Touted as a way to extend shelf life, this procedure inhibits life-giving, life-necessitating decomposition – could we even say it destroy the sacrifice necessary for life? I know this is flirting with profound spiritual truth, but one thing I believe very strongly is that truth, real truth, permeates and threads its way seamlessly through the physical and spiritual. If it doesn’t work spiritually, it won’t work physically. And if it won’t work physically, it won’t work spiritually” (p. 120).

Feb 23, 2012
  • Methinks rated this: 4 stars out of 5.

The hubris with which our young people enter life, living in this world of replacement and limitless instant gratification, engenders an arrogance toward life and ecology that is both scary and dangerous. No fear is the mantra of fools.

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