The term “whole earth” was crafted one day while standing in a computer retail shop on Michigan Avenue in Chicago, Illinois. We imagined a thriving, unfettered livestock and fowl grazing scenario. The whole earth as a space for grazing, healthy eating, and enchantment.
It was a moment of “wow!” for us.
“Whole Earth” grazing is 6 to 8 inches deep of the finest native grasses, where livestock and fowl are adding to the eco-system. The concept is the opposite of mass commodification and technological processes. It is an aspect of submission to what we cannot truly control or manipulate. Whole Earth grazing means cleaner water, quality soils, beautiful air, and healthy, happy animals and plants.
We use the term “whole” to refer to the notion of being complete; something in its entirety. We also use the term “whole” to refer to the notion of wholesomeness, lusciousness, full of quality and substance. When we couple “whole” with “earth” we get the naming arrangement that conveys: the dynamic and good food establishment that prevents physical diseases and hopefully broadens the opportunity to embark on spiritual healings, improving the whole earth.
We use a time-honored, sacred slaughtering technique known as “Zabiha,” “Dhabiha,” and “Zabiha Halal.” Zabiha-Halal is a humane process that has been studied by experts around the world. Zabiha-Halal Slaughter features a swift and careful process.
Combined with sustainable and biodynamic grazing methods, our meat and poultry are considered “Tayyib.” It is “Tayyib” because the processes from farm to finger and fork are wholesome and nourishing to the earth and that which lives on it.
We are currently only serving the Chicago area.
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