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The food and farming landscape is constantly changing. From food safety to GMOs, you want to be sure you’re up to date on the latest in food and farming so you can make the right choices for yourself and your family.

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Many of us have grandparents or great-grandparents who farmed for a living, but a lot has changed. Generations ago, farmers…

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Soybean field in South Dakota.

The Ins and Outs of Organic Farming

Here at Hungry for Truth, we receive a lot of questions about organic food and farming. We thought it may…

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After Work Pot Roast Dinner

Getting a healthy, hearty meal on the table after a busy work day can sometimes be a challenge. Combining protein-rich…

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Teriyaki Rice Bowl

Soy ingredients are in thousands of food products, many of which we use every day. From cake mixes and baked…

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Pacific Rim Glazed Flank Steak

It’s hard to go wrong with a good steak. The healthy protein and vitamins deliver what your body needs in…

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Harvest Lunch Celebrates Local Food and Farming

Farmers gathered with fellow South Dakotans this November for meaningful conversation and delicious local food at the Hungry for Truth…

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Soy Soft Tacos

Need a quick meal on the run or a savory favorite with a little extra nutrition? These soft tacos, enhanced…

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Various seeds laid in the soil.

Sustainability Made Simple

Since the first farmers settled their land, all farmers have had one goal in common: Keep the farm working and…

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Chicken Casserole

Chicken is an excellent source of protein that can be worked into a wide range of recipes. Unlike most of…

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Is Bacon Causing Cancer?

The World Health Organization (WHO) recently announced that processed meats, like sausage, bacon and ham are linked to cancer in…

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Across the Table – Talking Turkey

It’s the debut episode of the Across the Table series, and we’re talking turkey. Ready to switch up your same…

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Spring, summer, fall and winter on a soybean farm in South Dakota.

A Year in the Life of a Farmer

Most people know that fall is harvest time, and spring is time for planting, but do you know what farmers…

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Linguini With Roasted Garlic Wine Sauce

Need to feed a big group but don’t want to sacrifice taste and quality? This recipe serves 50 and features…

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Local Farmers and Food Come Together at Made in South Dakota

Thanks to all who visited us at Made in South Dakota yesterday! We had a great time serving pork sliders,…

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All You Need to Know About Antibiotics

Antibiotics can seem like a scary thing. More and more, we see labels on our foods saying “No Antibiotics” or…

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Orange and Ginger Grilled Pork Tenderloin

Don’t even think about putting that grill away. A beautiful fall evening is matched perfectly with this grilled pork tenderloin.…

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Game Day Chili

With football season kicking off, nothing spices up a party like some good, hearty chili. Made with wholesome and nutritious…

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Young soybean plants on the Kontz family farm.

Finding the Similarities Between Gardening and Field Crops

Many of us are taking advantage of the last few warm days of the year, and getting our hands dirty…

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