ZOE FARMS

5676 Faircrest ST SW, Canton, OH 44708   |    330-412-2544   |   info@zoefarms.com
Farm hours:  Friday and Saturday 9am - 6pm or by appointment

USING THE FOOD WE GROW
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Medicine Making 101, Part 1 By Lindsay Mae MSW Student and Wild-crafter   The idea of making medicine can feel intimidating. I am certainly no doctor, but with a deeper understanding of myself and the herbs I am working with, experimenting with herbal extractions has lost it’s initial “scar…
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We’ve probably all heard that breakfast is our most important meal of the day. That’s not just some old-wives tale, it’s true. If we feed our body and brain with the right fuel first thing in the morning, we’re going to have a much better, energy-filled day.   Often ti…
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This past holiday season, a nasty cold virus arrived un-welcomed in our household. We heard about the same bug spreading around through friends and family. We listened to these same folks talk about what they’re taking and how they’re dealing with it. In almost every case, someone was taking some fo…
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By Erin Schnabel   We all know by now that sugary drinks are toxic, but if you’re like me, I still want something other than boring old water! When I am craving something sweet, usually right after dinner, I reach for a refreshing glass of probiotic sparkling goodness. What could that be, you mi…
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By Lindsay Mae MSW Student and Wild-crafter   Drawing Courtesy of Meg Lemieur After her fullest peek beamed into the November night sky, the moon slowly begins her waning process this week, rotating herself once more around our planet earth. I too find myself eager to begin this new lunar cyc…
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By Erin Schnabel   The Thanksgiving holiday is upon us and if your family is anything like ours, that equates to an entire three days of overindulging our appetites. So this year, I have decided to include a naturally, fermented chutney to help us digest all of those rich foods. As a result of…
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A Winter Necessity

Nov 11, 2015
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By Lindsay Mae MSW Student and Wild-crafter   Daylight savings seems to elicit woes in many of us. Waking up without the morning light, only to drive home from work, catching a mere glimpse of the sun’s rays before she settles down beyond the horizon. This can all feel incredibly depressing. Rec…
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5676 Faircrest ST SW, Canton, OH 44708    |    330-412-2544    |    info@zoefarms.com
Farm hours:  Friday and Saturday 9am - 6pm or by appointment