When I'm at home, I have all of my unadultered, unprocessed, non GMO, humanely raised, organic, local, raw product sources in place. When I travel, they are there. I just have to search... or visit my daughters who are like-minded and know where to find the good stuff. Adams Fairacre Farms in Newburgh, New York is my favorite grocery store for their stocking of organic, locally grown, tender, crisp greens from Continental Organics in New Windsor, New York. The herbs and veggies are grown using aquaponics, a sustainable, highly productive method of agriculture that is well suited for "densely populated areas or in regions of the world with poor soil and little fresh water. It uses 90% less water than traditional agriculture." (Visit their web site to learn where the plants' nutrients come from. Interesting.)
Arugula, thyme, bibb lettuce, and microgreens...
Swiss chard and baby bok choy.
Grass-fed raw cow's milk cheese from 5 Spoke Creamery in Goshen, NY. (Check out their web site to learn the benefits of raw vs. pasteurized milk.) Glass two-quart jars of raw cow's milk from Stap Family Dairy Farm in Pine Bush, NY. Eggs down the road from Stap's Dairy. Know thy farmer. Support your neighbors' efforts. A side note: The run each Saturday with my son-in-law to purchase raw milk straight from the dairy was a special time. Just the two of us. Our time.