Category Archives: Borrow My Time

How to cut up your own organic free ranged dead chicken.

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I’ve decided that I would like to do more videos and less writing.
Sure I would I want to share my random opinions but I’ve realized that I have some mad skills that I could be teaching.
I’m spending my life collecting skills that improve quality of life.
Many of them are very easy and anyone can do it. And Many of them also do not involve pig heads or chicken feet. I will warn you when those ones come up but I would like to invite you to set an intention for yourself to be cool with uncommon animal parts because they are so commonly thrown away.

So, here it is!

My first skill share, just for you, my beloved followers.
It’s only three and a half minutes long and will teach you how to cut up your own free range organic chicken.
Doing this makes ethical meat so affordable. And we all love meat that wasn’t raised in its own poop without a beak of its own to peck bugs with.
I’ll figure out how to put the video right on the page, but until then you’ll have to click the link…

How to cut up your own free ranged organic dead chicken.

To Busy Parents and People:

There are so many amazing people out there that are dedicating their time to research and development in nourishing foods. There are books and blogs but what I’m hearing parents say is that they don’t have time to read all the information. They know that health impacts their entire life, but don’t know where to start. They would like to improve their diet and they have stacks of books or pages of articles that they mean to read but never get to. Does this sound like you? Well, I have time. I would like to make this a place that brings together all the best recipes with the wisdom of the ages and the most recent research. I don’t intend to reinvent the wheel instead I would like to honour those that have already done it. And by wheel I mean cheese from a grass-fed cow.
I am committed to helping busy parents (and non-parents) improve the health of their entire family.
You can make that change and I want to help! It doesn’t have to be hard or time consuming either. You can fit it into your schedule. Let me do the leg work and report my findings. Over the next few months I’ll be summarizing important books for parents; books on health and deep nutrition. I’ll also be exploring ways that parents can make their own convenience foods to replace the typical boxed cereals, crackers and other snacks. I’ll be highlighting the most important foods and the ones to avoid. Who would like to borrow some of my time?

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