Plant-based, whole foods diet using mostly what the family can grow themselves

Eating Healthy

The work of planning, growing, preparing and cleaning up after meals is a labor of love and the primary occupation of many women around the world. The mere act of eating together with others promotes both physical and psychological health. FARM STEW promotes nutrient-dense food production that addresses critical deficiencies, such as bright orange sweet potatoes carrying a daily dose of health preserving vitamin A and hybrids of beans that increase iron content.

"...the tree of life, which bore twelve fruits, each tree yielding its fruit every month. The leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations." Revelations 22:2
Soya

Soybeans contain the highest quality protein available and can be consumed in a tremendous variety of ways. We teach the multiple ways of using this dynamic protein and consider soy to be a nutritional pot of gold.

A Rainbow of Fruits & Veggies

We promote consuming a rainbow of fruits and vegetables. Eating across the color spectrum can assure the micronutrient needs are met by food.

Cooking Classes

We teach hands-on cooking classes focused on domestic food processing and preservation techniques to enrich the bioavailability of nutrients year round for all ages.

Our Meal Projects

Below are a few of the projects we are currently working on and ways you can get involved.

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Family Gardens
To enable rural families to be self sustaining and provide an opportunity for business, we supply the initial seeds and tools needed to begin a garden.
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Classes
We emphasize the principles of each of our eight ingredients in the classes we teach to rural families.