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Lots of fresh wholefoods for every meal and snack
When deciding what to eat to eat well, it’s best to look at the full picture, including where the food came from, how it was grown, how much it was processed, how it tastes and, most importantly, how it makes you feel. For us that means eating a varied diet that includes meat, veggies, fruit, cultured dairy, legumes, wholegrains, nuts and seeds. We seek out organic and local ingredients as much as possible and enjoy eating with the seasons, since food picked at its peak not only tastes better, but is also more nutrient-dense.
We don’t eat meat every day, but we believe it is healthy to include some on a regular basis. Having said that, in many of our dishes the veggies shine and meat becomes the loyal sidekick. When we can, we get our meat from local organic farmers who care about the planet. The free-range chicken, beef, lamb and bison we buy is more expensive, but our philosophy is to eat better-quality meat and less of it for maximum nourishment.