GNOWFGLINS. That’s a mouthful. But it makes sense when you know it stands for God’s Natural, Organic, Whole Foods, Grown Locally, In Season.
Before there were factory farms and processed foods, there were nutrient-dense foods prepared traditionally. People of old knew how to bake with sourdough, create ‘good-for-you’ crunchy and sour pickles, make farmhouse cheeses and churn cultured butter. Those foods were not only tasty but very nutritious — and the people were relatively free of modern diseases. They lived close to the land and its bounty and passed their knowledge down from generation to generation. Wardee’s family has returned to those roots and old-fashioned skills.
You can listen to Wardee and Glenn have a great talk about grass fed beef at