How can we grow tastier vegetables? For some, the answer might be water, or, to be more precise, the lack of it. Can you taste the difference in dry farmed vegetables? The Pacific Northwest has a reputation for being rather wet. It’s a reputation that’s justified, but anyone who’s spent a summer here knows that’s […]
See Our Gluten Free Recipes! While it’s not nearly as uncommon or unusual as it once seemed, finding out that you, a family member, or a friend needs to adopt a gluten-free diet can come as a bit of a shock. So many common foods contain gluten that changing your diet can feel overwhelming. But […]
Let’s talk about Anxiety can be a mild concern or a debilitating condition, and recent events have caused anxiety levels to rise uncomfortably in many people. Anxiety has been characterized by some, as a mental / emotional problem, and by others as a biochemical problem. More recent research suggests the two aspects are not so […]
Cutting no Corners, the tale of Dick’s Carrot Cake The 1970’s was an entirely different decade on the Oregon coast. A time when more boats than cars were common in the sleepy coastal towns, where residents spent their days fishing and milling lumber. Where, after finishing their shifts, people gathered at the tavern to quietly […]
A blog article from 2016 from LifeSource.Written by Matthew Trickey Many of the products we carry at LifeSource are locally grown in the Willamette Valley. Recently, several of our staff payed a visit to Hunton’s farm and Camas Country Mill. Located in the heart of the valley, these businesses supply us wheat and spelt flour […]
10 Second Summary Our Vampire Juice recipe was developed by Luna, one of our front-end cashiers. Luna wanted to create an enjoyable way to get the benefits of beet, without the overwhelming geosmin flavor. Luna began to experiment with a mixture of beets and fresh squeezed orange juice to sweeten the flavor. The result was […]
The cultivation of the olive tree, Olea europa, is a tradition as old as recorded history. Its fruit and oil are perhaps the oldest health foods known. Egyptians, Phoenicians and Greeks believed this tree brought peace, health, and prosperity to their civilizations. Today, this liquid gold of the Mediterranean is successfully produced with Old World techniques in moderate climates around the world.
Super Nutrition Gardening by William S. Peavy Linda Spaulding, Reviewer Spring! Most likely a person’s fancy turns to, DIRT, as in earth, soil, that is. Mother Nature coaxes even the most timid to venture into the garden for a spring assessment. Even neighbors don’t complain when clanging metal shatters the morning stillness; implements […]
An article by Jeff Watson, from the May 1996 issue of News In Natural. SPRING GREENS! Jeff Watson You remember, that yucky green leafy stuff some of us really didn’t care for as kids. If Mom said they were good for us, they mustn’t taste good. Good thing Popeye set us straight on that one. […]
There are many other approaches to cleansing, ranging from a few changes in diet, including supplements and /or herbs, a regular exercise program, to a radical fasting regimen and colonic therapy. Everyone has different needs and so will find value in different methods of cleansing.