Thought we might share info on what organic fruits and veggies are available in supermarkets and farmers' markets. Especially now in the winter months. And where to find grass fed and grass finished meats. (Cows and Lambs that were never given grains, only grass.) Also we might share recipes that are interesting, or fast and easy, or downright fabulous. I got interested in all this because someone recommended that I read some of Dr. Terry Wahls' articles online. (You can find her website easily.) After I read her essays and watched her videos online, I bought her book. She's a medical doctor. She changed her eating habits to all organic as a treatment for her Multiple Sclerosis, but recommends it for several other conditions as well. My motivation is to promote and maintain overall general good health, and specifically to avoid Alzheimer's Disease. I'm in my early 70's, completely healthy and active, but both my Mom and one of her sisters had severe cognitive decline in their eighties and nineties. So, DH and I have been switching over to organic produce almost exclusively for about two months now. It was a huge surprise to us to find that we've actually got a winter's farmers market just ten minutes from our house. It's there every Sunday afternoon. So now, breakfast is strawberries, blueberries, banana, kiwi, apple, and sometimes some orange &/or pear. I haven't found any organic coffee yet, but I'm using organic milk in my morning cup of coffee. Mid-morning snack is cashews, dried figs, raw carrots. Lunch is my hen's delicious eggs, beets, cucumber and tomatoes. We haven't found any grassfed&finished meat locally as yet, but just yesterday we placed our first online order for some to be shipped to us frozen. Wondering how different pastured beef and lamb will taste. Anybody else here on BYC into organic food for self and family?