{The Unknown Known}

Interested in American politics?  Love a good potential conspiracy theory?  Like documentaries?
You’re in good company at the Bybel house!

Last Friday, Pete and I rented The Unknown Known and kinda flipped out a bit.  Both thrilling and totally disturbing it’s a must-see documentary that should be watched immediately.  Good news – it can be rented on iTunes for $6.99.

There are unknown knowns, friends.

{Urban Acres: A Local Co-op}

Ahhhhh…who doesn’t love some fresh fruits and veggies during the summer?

Pete and I began our relationship with healthier living and eating in January when we did our first stint on Whole30 (more to come).  Loving the way I was feeling and being a declared documentary addict, I happened to stumble upon {Ingredients} on Netflix and fell in love!  This little gem of a doc introduced me to the concept of CSA farms.

[Wikipedia defines CSA as the following: Community-supported agriculture (CSA; sometimes known as community-shared agriculture) is an alternative, locally-based economic model of agriculture and food distribution. A CSA also refers to a particular network or association of individuals who have pledged to support one or more local farms, with growers and consumers sharing the risks and benefits of food production.]

We knew we were going to continue to eat good foods and our eyes were opened to the impact of government farming, so joining a CSA seemed to be a no-brainer.  We did and we were TOTALLY disappointed. Continue reading