I bought this pork chop from the local farmers market. It was one of the best pork chops I've ever tasted. Tender and juicy. I marinated it for a good day in soy sauce, avocado oil, brown sugar and real sea salt.
Good pork can be hard to find sometimes. I'm thankful there is more to be found locally.
Many ranchers are now feeding their chickens and livestock soy, which is no better for them than it is for us with the oxalates, phytates, pseudo-estrogens involved. I would rather see them eat corn than soy, but other grains like barley and rye and millet would be even better, in my opinion.
I believe these pigs were fed barley as a large part of their diet. They told me pigs should be fed vegetarian. I'm not totally sure of their logic. Pigs need fat soluble vitamins, so perhaps with a supplement of cod liver oil from Green Pasture's livestock grade, this might work.
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I do this in the remembrance of my brother, who died of Leukemia, and my mother, who passed away from breast cancer. Certain foods contain many cancer-fighting nutrients, as well as powerful nourishment for general well being. I believe in the power of real nourishment to help people struggling with severe illness.
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