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Update from Farm November 2016

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October passed us by very swiftly here. I didn’t write much because I couldn’t seem to be able stay on track after our long road trip. I’m trying to get back on an old routine, shuffling between taking care of the boys, blogging and writing my novels. This is absolutely confusing, and when I get

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Update from the Farm:  September 2016

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You guys remember Update from the Farm series in this blog? If you have been following us for a while, you probably know the story of my parents’ farm in Khon Kaen Province, Thailand. In those posts, I wrote about what happened in our humble land with the pictures my parents sent to me. The

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Something is Wrong with Our Food

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In a small sustainable community like a village I grew up in, the quality of the produce is not only determined by the fertile soil, the weathers, water, machinery or the seasons, but it is also the well-being of the farmers. When I was a kid, one of my neighbors had a farm near a lake

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Vegetable Garden from The Northeast

After reading about our rustic grilled fish post, a lot of friends are curious to know what else are in our beautiful farm. We couldn’t be more graceful and thankful to the abundances that the land has given us and the effortful hard work Mrs Farmers had put into every inch of the land. Being the live

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Fish in our Ponds

Our family in Thailand has a small farm where rice is growing right now and if you have ever seen how rice is grown. You will know that rice needs a lot of water. We have to fill the land with water so half of the plants in submerge and only the green leaves wave

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