You have only to walk into a grocery store to see why growing our own produce makes sense: a small head of butter lettuce for $4.99; $2.99 for four tiny beets; $1.99 for three medium oranges; and $1 for two medium baking potatoes. To make it worse, nothing even tastes good. Then there are the […]
This one is a favorite on any website for most visitors who only browse. Any page worth its salt comes up with lists which make more or less sense. At RFP we give you relevant lists only, which sets us apart from click oriented pages. As a foundation we are interested in valuable, hand picked […]
From Mark Bittman at the New York Times: The pleasures of cooking are sometimes obscured by summer haze and heat, which can cause many of us to turn instead to bad restaurants and worse takeout. But the cook with a little bit of experience has a wealth of quick and easy alternatives at hand. The trouble […]
Real food media just crowned the best shorts on food. We think the more you know about food, where your local food grows and how to treat it properly, the more you will understand about the place you live in and its beauty.
This category is possibly the most important on this site and the reason we started the project. Cooking and eating together are basic elements of human living, and both change drastically. Hardly anyone has cooking skills anymore and knowledge about local foods disappear. ‘Tis the reason we promote you fixing food from scratch. And we […]
Many posts and links by RFP focus on obesity and diet. Here is a basic understanding as to what we do know: Very accurate snapshot by wired.com on the state of nutrition research, synopsis: We know nothing. Proper diet remains THE food issue in the first world. Obesity now reached epidemic levels among the majority of citizens in […]
Interesting article on the true value of food. People tell us how some large income farmers get most of the dough in subsidies while small farms suffer. We would like to point out two facts: – corn and soy have been the heaviest subsidised crops for the last 50 years. – a great reason for obesity […]