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Talking Farm-to-Table Turkey with Forrest Pritchard

Talking Farm-to-Table Turkey with Forrest Pritchard


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If you can’t get to the local farmer’s market, going organic is the next best thing

Thanksgiving is just around the corner and for millions of American families that means it’s time to talk turkey.

Forrest Pritchard, an organic farmer and author of the farm-to-table cookbook “Growing Tomorrow,” recognizes that for many consumers, a heritage bird may be too expensive but says there’s immeasurable value in knowing where your food is coming from.

When you buy a heritage turkey, you’re “investing in local farms,” says Pritchard. “There’s a greater community aspect of saying 'I’m connected to the land, I’m connected to the farm and I’m connected to the food that nourishing my family'.”

Unlike traditionally raised turkeys—which account for the majority of turkeys raised and sold in the U.S.-- heritage birds are raised outdoors, roam freely on pasture and eat the varied diet including bugs and grass and contain no hormones or antibiotics. Most turkeys raised on large scale factory farms have been bred for specific characteristics but, as the name heritage implies, these breeds have descended from wild species, therefore promoting genetically diverse birds.

Some specialty turkeys can go for up to $10 a pound compared to the “Large White” or "Broad Breasted White" breed-- which account for about 99 percent of turkeys on the market—and usually go for about $2 a pound.

If you can’t get to the local farmer’s market, Pritchard says going organic is the next best thing. Organic birds may be a conventional Large White breed but they have been raised with hormones or antibiotics. Look for a USDA certified organic label on your poultry and produce.

“It’s 2015 and there are more options than ever,” says Pritchard. “Whole Foods and a lot of your grocery stores will have these birds. But there’s always a great place to go—your local farmer’s market.”

But if you want a specialty bird from a local market, Pritchard says don’t wait because with such a small supply, they’re usually in high demand. The farm-to-table advocate also thinks there's an important historic aspect to preserving older breeds.

"By buying these free range turkeys, for example, that's just a little way that we can kindof redirect our personal energy to recapture some of our food heritage in this country."

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Exciting podcast guest lineup and sponsorship opportunity

If you haven’t subscribed to the Real World Paleo Podcast, you may want to do it now on iTunes or Stitcher.

Here are just some of the exciting guests we have lined up for interviews through May:

February: Trina Felber, MSN, Paleo skin care expert, and CEO, Primal Life Organics.

Forrest Pritchard, New York Times best-selling author of Gaining Ground and Growing Tomorrow (farm to table movement) and owner, Smith Meadows Farm in VA.

March: Chef Lance Roll, the flavor chef, who cooks and caters organic, local, sustainable food and created an organic bone broth available online.

Jill Ciciarelli, author of the book Fermented: a 4-season approach to Paleo probiotic foods with great recipes for creating delicious fermented drinks and food.

April: Hilary Bromberg, founder of Barefoot Provisions,TEDx speaker, entrepreneur, and champion for social change.

Model and former professional baseball player Andy Hnilo, will talk about natural skin care and his line of products. He’s the CEO & Founder of Alitura Naturals

May: Certified nutritionist Amy Berger, MS, will talk more about ketogenic diets, when they can be helpful and their health impact.

Dan Pardi, MS, will talk about how to get a good night’s sleep and the influence of sleep loss on cognition, decision making and hormones based on his research at the University of Leiden where he is a PhD candidate.

Listen to past episodes (22 so far) on iTunes or Stitcher or visit my podcast page.

We are now looking for sponsors for the podcast. Shoot me an email at [email protected] if you’re interested and I will send you our media kit.


Exciting podcast guest lineup and sponsorship opportunity

If you haven’t subscribed to the Real World Paleo Podcast, you may want to do it now on iTunes or Stitcher.

Here are just some of the exciting guests we have lined up for interviews through May:

February: Trina Felber, MSN, Paleo skin care expert, and CEO, Primal Life Organics.

Forrest Pritchard, New York Times best-selling author of Gaining Ground and Growing Tomorrow (farm to table movement) and owner, Smith Meadows Farm in VA.

March: Chef Lance Roll, the flavor chef, who cooks and caters organic, local, sustainable food and created an organic bone broth available online.

Jill Ciciarelli, author of the book Fermented: a 4-season approach to Paleo probiotic foods with great recipes for creating delicious fermented drinks and food.

April: Hilary Bromberg, founder of Barefoot Provisions,TEDx speaker, entrepreneur, and champion for social change.

Model and former professional baseball player Andy Hnilo, will talk about natural skin care and his line of products. He’s the CEO & Founder of Alitura Naturals

May: Certified nutritionist Amy Berger, MS, will talk more about ketogenic diets, when they can be helpful and their health impact.

Dan Pardi, MS, will talk about how to get a good night’s sleep and the influence of sleep loss on cognition, decision making and hormones based on his research at the University of Leiden where he is a PhD candidate.

Listen to past episodes (22 so far) on iTunes or Stitcher or visit my podcast page.

We are now looking for sponsors for the podcast. Shoot me an email at [email protected] if you’re interested and I will send you our media kit.


Exciting podcast guest lineup and sponsorship opportunity

If you haven’t subscribed to the Real World Paleo Podcast, you may want to do it now on iTunes or Stitcher.

Here are just some of the exciting guests we have lined up for interviews through May:

February: Trina Felber, MSN, Paleo skin care expert, and CEO, Primal Life Organics.

Forrest Pritchard, New York Times best-selling author of Gaining Ground and Growing Tomorrow (farm to table movement) and owner, Smith Meadows Farm in VA.

March: Chef Lance Roll, the flavor chef, who cooks and caters organic, local, sustainable food and created an organic bone broth available online.

Jill Ciciarelli, author of the book Fermented: a 4-season approach to Paleo probiotic foods with great recipes for creating delicious fermented drinks and food.

April: Hilary Bromberg, founder of Barefoot Provisions,TEDx speaker, entrepreneur, and champion for social change.

Model and former professional baseball player Andy Hnilo, will talk about natural skin care and his line of products. He’s the CEO & Founder of Alitura Naturals

May: Certified nutritionist Amy Berger, MS, will talk more about ketogenic diets, when they can be helpful and their health impact.

Dan Pardi, MS, will talk about how to get a good night’s sleep and the influence of sleep loss on cognition, decision making and hormones based on his research at the University of Leiden where he is a PhD candidate.

Listen to past episodes (22 so far) on iTunes or Stitcher or visit my podcast page.

We are now looking for sponsors for the podcast. Shoot me an email at [email protected] if you’re interested and I will send you our media kit.


Exciting podcast guest lineup and sponsorship opportunity

If you haven’t subscribed to the Real World Paleo Podcast, you may want to do it now on iTunes or Stitcher.

Here are just some of the exciting guests we have lined up for interviews through May:

February: Trina Felber, MSN, Paleo skin care expert, and CEO, Primal Life Organics.

Forrest Pritchard, New York Times best-selling author of Gaining Ground and Growing Tomorrow (farm to table movement) and owner, Smith Meadows Farm in VA.

March: Chef Lance Roll, the flavor chef, who cooks and caters organic, local, sustainable food and created an organic bone broth available online.

Jill Ciciarelli, author of the book Fermented: a 4-season approach to Paleo probiotic foods with great recipes for creating delicious fermented drinks and food.

April: Hilary Bromberg, founder of Barefoot Provisions,TEDx speaker, entrepreneur, and champion for social change.

Model and former professional baseball player Andy Hnilo, will talk about natural skin care and his line of products. He’s the CEO & Founder of Alitura Naturals

May: Certified nutritionist Amy Berger, MS, will talk more about ketogenic diets, when they can be helpful and their health impact.

Dan Pardi, MS, will talk about how to get a good night’s sleep and the influence of sleep loss on cognition, decision making and hormones based on his research at the University of Leiden where he is a PhD candidate.

Listen to past episodes (22 so far) on iTunes or Stitcher or visit my podcast page.

We are now looking for sponsors for the podcast. Shoot me an email at [email protected] if you’re interested and I will send you our media kit.


Exciting podcast guest lineup and sponsorship opportunity

If you haven’t subscribed to the Real World Paleo Podcast, you may want to do it now on iTunes or Stitcher.

Here are just some of the exciting guests we have lined up for interviews through May:

February: Trina Felber, MSN, Paleo skin care expert, and CEO, Primal Life Organics.

Forrest Pritchard, New York Times best-selling author of Gaining Ground and Growing Tomorrow (farm to table movement) and owner, Smith Meadows Farm in VA.

March: Chef Lance Roll, the flavor chef, who cooks and caters organic, local, sustainable food and created an organic bone broth available online.

Jill Ciciarelli, author of the book Fermented: a 4-season approach to Paleo probiotic foods with great recipes for creating delicious fermented drinks and food.

April: Hilary Bromberg, founder of Barefoot Provisions,TEDx speaker, entrepreneur, and champion for social change.

Model and former professional baseball player Andy Hnilo, will talk about natural skin care and his line of products. He’s the CEO & Founder of Alitura Naturals

May: Certified nutritionist Amy Berger, MS, will talk more about ketogenic diets, when they can be helpful and their health impact.

Dan Pardi, MS, will talk about how to get a good night’s sleep and the influence of sleep loss on cognition, decision making and hormones based on his research at the University of Leiden where he is a PhD candidate.

Listen to past episodes (22 so far) on iTunes or Stitcher or visit my podcast page.

We are now looking for sponsors for the podcast. Shoot me an email at [email protected] if you’re interested and I will send you our media kit.


Exciting podcast guest lineup and sponsorship opportunity

If you haven’t subscribed to the Real World Paleo Podcast, you may want to do it now on iTunes or Stitcher.

Here are just some of the exciting guests we have lined up for interviews through May:

February: Trina Felber, MSN, Paleo skin care expert, and CEO, Primal Life Organics.

Forrest Pritchard, New York Times best-selling author of Gaining Ground and Growing Tomorrow (farm to table movement) and owner, Smith Meadows Farm in VA.

March: Chef Lance Roll, the flavor chef, who cooks and caters organic, local, sustainable food and created an organic bone broth available online.

Jill Ciciarelli, author of the book Fermented: a 4-season approach to Paleo probiotic foods with great recipes for creating delicious fermented drinks and food.

April: Hilary Bromberg, founder of Barefoot Provisions,TEDx speaker, entrepreneur, and champion for social change.

Model and former professional baseball player Andy Hnilo, will talk about natural skin care and his line of products. He’s the CEO & Founder of Alitura Naturals

May: Certified nutritionist Amy Berger, MS, will talk more about ketogenic diets, when they can be helpful and their health impact.

Dan Pardi, MS, will talk about how to get a good night’s sleep and the influence of sleep loss on cognition, decision making and hormones based on his research at the University of Leiden where he is a PhD candidate.

Listen to past episodes (22 so far) on iTunes or Stitcher or visit my podcast page.

We are now looking for sponsors for the podcast. Shoot me an email at [email protected] if you’re interested and I will send you our media kit.


Exciting podcast guest lineup and sponsorship opportunity

If you haven’t subscribed to the Real World Paleo Podcast, you may want to do it now on iTunes or Stitcher.

Here are just some of the exciting guests we have lined up for interviews through May:

February: Trina Felber, MSN, Paleo skin care expert, and CEO, Primal Life Organics.

Forrest Pritchard, New York Times best-selling author of Gaining Ground and Growing Tomorrow (farm to table movement) and owner, Smith Meadows Farm in VA.

March: Chef Lance Roll, the flavor chef, who cooks and caters organic, local, sustainable food and created an organic bone broth available online.

Jill Ciciarelli, author of the book Fermented: a 4-season approach to Paleo probiotic foods with great recipes for creating delicious fermented drinks and food.

April: Hilary Bromberg, founder of Barefoot Provisions,TEDx speaker, entrepreneur, and champion for social change.

Model and former professional baseball player Andy Hnilo, will talk about natural skin care and his line of products. He’s the CEO & Founder of Alitura Naturals

May: Certified nutritionist Amy Berger, MS, will talk more about ketogenic diets, when they can be helpful and their health impact.

Dan Pardi, MS, will talk about how to get a good night’s sleep and the influence of sleep loss on cognition, decision making and hormones based on his research at the University of Leiden where he is a PhD candidate.

Listen to past episodes (22 so far) on iTunes or Stitcher or visit my podcast page.

We are now looking for sponsors for the podcast. Shoot me an email at [email protected] if you’re interested and I will send you our media kit.


Exciting podcast guest lineup and sponsorship opportunity

If you haven’t subscribed to the Real World Paleo Podcast, you may want to do it now on iTunes or Stitcher.

Here are just some of the exciting guests we have lined up for interviews through May:

February: Trina Felber, MSN, Paleo skin care expert, and CEO, Primal Life Organics.

Forrest Pritchard, New York Times best-selling author of Gaining Ground and Growing Tomorrow (farm to table movement) and owner, Smith Meadows Farm in VA.

March: Chef Lance Roll, the flavor chef, who cooks and caters organic, local, sustainable food and created an organic bone broth available online.

Jill Ciciarelli, author of the book Fermented: a 4-season approach to Paleo probiotic foods with great recipes for creating delicious fermented drinks and food.

April: Hilary Bromberg, founder of Barefoot Provisions,TEDx speaker, entrepreneur, and champion for social change.

Model and former professional baseball player Andy Hnilo, will talk about natural skin care and his line of products. He’s the CEO & Founder of Alitura Naturals

May: Certified nutritionist Amy Berger, MS, will talk more about ketogenic diets, when they can be helpful and their health impact.

Dan Pardi, MS, will talk about how to get a good night’s sleep and the influence of sleep loss on cognition, decision making and hormones based on his research at the University of Leiden where he is a PhD candidate.

Listen to past episodes (22 so far) on iTunes or Stitcher or visit my podcast page.

We are now looking for sponsors for the podcast. Shoot me an email at [email protected] if you’re interested and I will send you our media kit.


Exciting podcast guest lineup and sponsorship opportunity

If you haven’t subscribed to the Real World Paleo Podcast, you may want to do it now on iTunes or Stitcher.

Here are just some of the exciting guests we have lined up for interviews through May:

February: Trina Felber, MSN, Paleo skin care expert, and CEO, Primal Life Organics.

Forrest Pritchard, New York Times best-selling author of Gaining Ground and Growing Tomorrow (farm to table movement) and owner, Smith Meadows Farm in VA.

March: Chef Lance Roll, the flavor chef, who cooks and caters organic, local, sustainable food and created an organic bone broth available online.

Jill Ciciarelli, author of the book Fermented: a 4-season approach to Paleo probiotic foods with great recipes for creating delicious fermented drinks and food.

April: Hilary Bromberg, founder of Barefoot Provisions,TEDx speaker, entrepreneur, and champion for social change.

Model and former professional baseball player Andy Hnilo, will talk about natural skin care and his line of products. He’s the CEO & Founder of Alitura Naturals

May: Certified nutritionist Amy Berger, MS, will talk more about ketogenic diets, when they can be helpful and their health impact.

Dan Pardi, MS, will talk about how to get a good night’s sleep and the influence of sleep loss on cognition, decision making and hormones based on his research at the University of Leiden where he is a PhD candidate.

Listen to past episodes (22 so far) on iTunes or Stitcher or visit my podcast page.

We are now looking for sponsors for the podcast. Shoot me an email at [email protected] if you’re interested and I will send you our media kit.


Exciting podcast guest lineup and sponsorship opportunity

If you haven’t subscribed to the Real World Paleo Podcast, you may want to do it now on iTunes or Stitcher.

Here are just some of the exciting guests we have lined up for interviews through May:

February: Trina Felber, MSN, Paleo skin care expert, and CEO, Primal Life Organics.

Forrest Pritchard, New York Times best-selling author of Gaining Ground and Growing Tomorrow (farm to table movement) and owner, Smith Meadows Farm in VA.

March: Chef Lance Roll, the flavor chef, who cooks and caters organic, local, sustainable food and created an organic bone broth available online.

Jill Ciciarelli, author of the book Fermented: a 4-season approach to Paleo probiotic foods with great recipes for creating delicious fermented drinks and food.

April: Hilary Bromberg, founder of Barefoot Provisions,TEDx speaker, entrepreneur, and champion for social change.

Model and former professional baseball player Andy Hnilo, will talk about natural skin care and his line of products. He’s the CEO & Founder of Alitura Naturals

May: Certified nutritionist Amy Berger, MS, will talk more about ketogenic diets, when they can be helpful and their health impact.

Dan Pardi, MS, will talk about how to get a good night’s sleep and the influence of sleep loss on cognition, decision making and hormones based on his research at the University of Leiden where he is a PhD candidate.

Listen to past episodes (22 so far) on iTunes or Stitcher or visit my podcast page.

We are now looking for sponsors for the podcast. Shoot me an email at [email protected] if you’re interested and I will send you our media kit.


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Comments:

  1. Waleis

    philosophically so ...

  2. Acrisius

    Fine!!! Instead of a book for the night.



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