Organics: the time is now!  

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We need to lead the way By Noel Josephson, CEO of Ceres Organics  The growth of the organic market is significant such that within a relatively few years every major food retailer has felt compelled to have an organic offering even … Read More

The joys of sauerkraut

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The principle is simple. You cut and salt fresh cabbage so the juices weep out of it, then allow natural yeasts to ferment it in its own brine. This turns the sugars into lactic acid by anaerobic (airless) fermentation. Gradually … Read More

Whenua Warrior

Whenua Warrior Moko Morris talks with Kelly Francis, a Kai Oranga graduate and the catalyst for over 250 food gardens that have been planted since last spring. Motivated by attending a Kai Oranga course at Papatuānuku Marae, Kelly Francis (Ngāti … Read More

Living the change

A new film shines the spotlight on our organic and sustainable heroes. Philippa Jamieson finds out more. Climate change… la la la la la. Environmental destruction – I know, it’s terrible! Social breakdown, economic collapse, help, what do we do? … Read More

Good to Go!

posted in: Food, Safe Food

This beautiful poster appears in the Nov/Dec 2016 issue (Vo. 75, No. 6). It’s illustrated by Rosa-May Rutherford, with words by Christine Dann and was conceived by acting editor Rachel Rose. It’s free to download; if you like it, please … Read More

Raw cows’s milk for our baby grandson

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 Ethan aged eight months with two sources of nutrition: mum Carla, and Buttercup the cow. Photo: Janette Perrett Organic NZ Magazine: July/August 2016  Author:  Janette Perrett   In the early days of the Soil & Health Association, consuming raw cow’s milk … Read More

Local food and seed in Aotearoa NZ

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Organic NZ Magazine: March/April 2016 Section: Features Author: Rebecca Reider and Robina McCurdy   In 2012 and 2013, a team of New Zealand permaculture educators hit the road for an ambitious teaching and filming tour: the Localising Food Project. They found a … Read More

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