Huckleberry Thinn | Food Will Get You Far – Wildly Nutritious Recipes

A food blog with nourishingly hearty, wildly nutritious & irresistibly delicious food craft inspired by my adventures and designed to motivate yours.

wild style nutrition

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You’re meeting your fruit and vegetable quota, but are you getting optimal nutrients from farmed foods?

While eating  an abundance of fruits and vegetables is a feat in itself, now you must choose what root or leaf will lend the most nutrition.

Overwhelmed by choices, you reach for the Gala apple. No wait, Braeburn. Shucks, aren’t Granny Smiths healthiest?

Not all plants are created equal. Yes, wild usually is better. Especially when comparing those we farm vs. those we foraged centuries ago.

“Most domestic plants had far fewer phytonutrients — the healthful compounds that studies find can help reduce the risk of diabetes, heart disease, obesity and cancer — than the wild varieties of edible plants.” — Jo Robinson of Eating on the Wild Side

White or yellow peaches? More on how to pick the best produce –>


Author: Huckleberry Thinn

I am Huckleberry Thinn. A several-generation niece to literary icon Samuel Langhorne Clemens (most notably known as Mark Twain), I’m on an adventure to keep writing in my family and healthy food on the table.

One thought on “wild style nutrition

  1. LOVE your blog lovely lady! 🙂 You are amazing.

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