Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Around the way

So yeah, as I complete the transformation into a nomadic locavore it has been an interesting journey (and continues to be). In tune with how I memorize 120 I have been storing facts and information that are appropriate to mentally carry as that I 'came to the wilderness of North America by myself." That's everything from learning about the bioregions, community based economics, sustainable agriculture, to permaculture, to eco-communalism.

One of the greatest things that has sprouted out of the growth has been eating in season and locally. It's on the next level now. So while I have been converting a high percentage of my diet to raw foods I have also been converting a high percentage to locally grown fare.

So to be down first off you should be familar with what's in season in your region. (That's cause knowledge is the foundation.). From there you can go to some farmer's markets or even some places to pick your own.


Serenity Love Sincere Peace Earth said...

How far away does the food have to come before you consider it local?

C'BS ALife Allah said...

Different measurements for people. I generally use aprox 150 miles outside of New Heaven happens to cover all of C-Truth. Some use 50 miles outside of the city. Others use 100. Most of my fare is 'local' yet there is still some fare that I indulge in that isn't and is part of my normal diet like cacao.