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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.

Quick and healthy mason jar meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Three Quick & Easy Mason Jar Meals to Grab on the Go

Life’s busy. Hungry for Truth has you covered with quick and easy Mason jar meals perfect for students, working moms…

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One pan shrimp boil with corn, shrimp, potatoes and sausage.

Easy Sheet Pan Shrimp Boil Recipe

There’s nothing quite as satisfying as digging into a good ol’ fashioned shrimp boil. Veggies, shrimp and andouille sausage swimming…

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Hungry for Truth Kaylee Koch Farm Visit With Dave and Miriam Iverson in South Dakota during soybean harvest.

Chatting Harvest with The Iversons and Hungry For Truth

It’s always a pleasure to sit down and open up a conversation about food and farming with South Dakotans and…

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Easy Leftover Turkey, Cranberry and Brie Bites

‘Tis the season for enjoying holiday leftovers. What better way to give your turkey and cranberry sauce new life than…

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Hungry for Truth Bainbridge Family Farm South Dakota Sustainability

Sustainability Key To Nearly 100 Years of Family Farming

Growing up on the farm, Matt Bainbridge’s favorite memories were riding along in the fields with his dad and grandpa,…

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Hungry for Truth Tips for Hosting the Ultimate Friendsgiving Recipes

The Ultimate Guide for a Great Friendsgiving

We’re used to indulging in traditional dishes on Thanksgiving, like grandma’s pumpkin pie and Aunt Susan’s green bean casserole, but…

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Hungry for Truth 2018 South Dakota Presidential Turkey

The Scoop on South Dakota’s First Presidential Turkey

This Thanksgiving is extra special for South Dakotans. For the first time in history, two South Dakota turkeys will ride…

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Hungry for Truth Dane's Crop Report 2018

Dane’s Crop Report: GMO Seeds and Cover Crops For the Win

South Dakota farmers may have planted a record soybean crop this year, but the growing season and harvest have been…

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Hungry for Truth Soybean Harvest with Dave and Miriam Iverson South Dakota family farmers

Improving Sustainability With Every Harvest

If farming is like football, harvest is a soybean farmer’s championship game. They’ve clocked countless hours planning, preparing and nurturing…

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Hungry for Truth Steps to Growing Healthy Crops

Five Steps for Growing a Healthy Crop

Fall is a busy time for many reasons: school commitments, community events, team sports. But for farmers, it’s all about…

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Hungry For Truth Juiciest Lucy Burger Recipe

Tastebuds: Meet the Juiciest Lucy

Looking for a meal to tickle your tastebuds? This Juiciest Lucy takes the traditional burger and makes it oh so…

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Rodney and Dorothy Elliott are South Dakota dairy farmers who operate Drumgoon Dairy. Hungry for Truth shares their story.

How American Dairy Farming Fulfilled an Irish Dream

Rodney Elliott started his first dairy farm in Ireland with 20 cows and a big dream. Over time, he added…

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Sustainability is key for South Dakota farmer and Hungry for Truth advocate David Struck.

The Sustainability Story of a Five-Generation Farm

Since 1896, David Struck’s family has been farming and caring for their land in Wolsey, South Dakota. Today, three generations…

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Hungry for Truth Berry Lemonade Popsicle Recipe

Homemade Berry Lemonade Popsicles

At the end of a busy day, you deserve a sweet treat the whole family will enjoy. Making homemade popsicles…

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Buzzing Garden Attracts Pollinators to a Local Family Farm

Butterflies are more than eye candy. Along with bees, these gorgeous insects play a crucial role in our food system,…

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Hungry For Truth Edamame Soy Super Food Facts

Edamame: A Soy Superfood

It makes a great appetizer when you’re out for sushi or a nutrient-packed salad topper, but what exactly is edamame?…

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Hungry for Truth Garden Bugs

The Usual Suspects: Five Pests That “Bug” South Dakota Farmers and Gardeners

In a perfect world, we could plant our crops at the start of summer then sit back and watch them…

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Five Questions Farmers Ask Before Applying Pesticides Hungry for Truth

The Five Questions Farmers Ask Before Applying Pesticides

Farmers are driven to grow safe and healthy food while protecting the land. That’s why many use pesticides, along with…

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