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Dogs & Cats Love Pastured Meats Too!

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Dogs & Cats Love Pastured Meats Too!

We love our meat. It nourishes us and grounds us. Do you share this wealth of nutrition with your pets? Dogs and cats both thrive off of and love when we share great food with them. Cats are natural carnivores that instinctively hunt, whereas dogs are omnivores and scavengers by nature and must be trained to hunt.

Eating raw meat, bones, organs and some vegetation was the norm until kibble was introduced in the  1940's. In just 70 years, how could our animals body's adapt to this drastic of a dietary change? There is now a rise in animals who are experiencing human health problems like diabetes, cancer, and kidney issues.

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TANGY LIME GRILLED TOP ROUND STEAK

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TANGY LIME GRILLED TOP ROUND STEAK

INSTRUCTIONS FOR TANGY LIME GRILLED TOP ROUND STEAK

  1. Combine lime juice, sugar, oil, Worcestershire and garlic in small bowl. Place beef steak and lime mixture in food-safe plastic bag; turn steak to coat. Close bag securely and marinate in refrigerator 6 hours or overnight; turning occasionally.

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What You Really Pay For Food

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What You Really Pay For Food

Let’s assume the food in the grocery store is the same as the food here at Tara Firma. You pay $10 for lb of steak at the store. You pay another $800 in taxes through the farm bill…it is a subsidy you pay. These taxes pay for the following:

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Neighbors Helping Neighbors

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Neighbors Helping Neighbors

In our vision of a perfect world every neighborhood would be like Diane Schwalbach's in Menlo Park. Diane recently joined Tara Firma Farms and shortly thereafter we saw a surge of members signing up from right in her neighborhood. So we called her to see what was going on.

"I have told several of my neighbors,"  she immediately confided. "We live in a very affluent area and everyone is pretty aware of healthy eating. Plus, a lot of the organizations here spread the message as well. For example, at the large tech company my husband works they spend a lot of money doing things like serving pasture-raised meats in their company cafeteria--and they aren't alone. So it’s a very present topic."

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