The Refinding Food Blog

Grocery Store Empty? Buy Food From A Farmer.

Stores are selling three weeks’ worth of shipments in three hours to three days. Grocery stores and home delivery supply chain woes have driven people to start shopping online. But that’s now slowing down. Thrive Market is at 10+ days for order delivery and asking people to limit order size. Farm Fresh 2 You is starting to experience fresh food delays. Freshly, Daily Harvest and…

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I Gave Food To People Who Couldn’t Afford It

Three days ago, a friend of mine told me she had $5 to her name after buying what little food she could afford. She’s a single mom, has three children, and looking for employment. Having just canned and preserved 50 pounds of fruit and vegetables, I told her to come over and get anything she needed. She said: “I can’t pay you.” I said: “No…

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Plant-Based vs. Beef: What’s Really In Your Burger?

In the past year, I’ve watched the conversations around real meat and plant-based meat alternatives become one of the most talked about food trends of the year. True to media hype and Silicon Valley chatter, the headlines and the venture capital have become overblown. Once again, consumers are the ones left with massive confusion on what plant-based foods are and how they help them meet…

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Aim for a Mindful, Not Minimal, Life

How many articles have you read on minimalism this month?  How many books have you read on self-care?  How many podcasts on manifesting have you listened to? Raise your hand if you’ve attempted — and tragically failed — at achieving what all the articles, books and podcasts said to do.  {Is your hand up?} Now, raise the other hand if you’ve discovered: Hygge didn’t make you happy. KonMari didn’t…

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