Category Archives: WWOOF


doo doo coco caca poo poo

by KalaLea on March 28, 2012 • Posted in News Personal Connections Travel

My gardening hoe is as shiny as a baby’s bottom. Two weeks shiny, that is. However, I can loosely summarize farming in four words: We are eating shit. Doo doo. Caca. Poo Poo. This essentially applies to those of us eating organic produce; fruits and veggies grown without the use of fertilizers, pesticides, and other synthetic chemicals. We eat it then it comes out of us then we use it to grow more food. A
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Nance and me

by KalaLea on March 24, 2012 • Posted in News Personal Connections Travel

Hola WDIET Family! Hope you are feeling light and bright. The weather is smiling on ALL of us these days. Lovely.

I’ve been on the road for the past three weeks, hiking and swimming nearly every day after work exchange. Now I’m back in Salvador for just a few days until I make my way south to Itacaré to spend some time with a friend.

Let’s rewind to my last days at the farm in Seabra
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sozinha (saw ZEENG ya)

by KalaLea on March 15, 2012 • Posted in News Personal Connections Travel

Greetings and Happy One Year Anniversary to Why Did I Eat That? :)
Due to lack of internet service, I am more than one week behind with blogging. I spent my first week in Chapada Diamantina at the WWOOF-affiliated farm in Seabra but then had flee for a few reasons. Many of you already know this. Below is my account of my first few hours in the town where the farm is located. It’s sort of
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taking a bite out of bahia

by KalaLea on February 1, 2012 • Posted in News Travel

Somehow I’ve landed in Bahia, Brazil. Well, it’s no accident really. I’ve been planning this move for a couple of months now. Starting in March, I’ll begin working on an organic farm in a beautiful National Park called Chapada Diamantina. I found this farm via the WWOOF Brazil organization of which I’m a member. In exchange for 4-6 hours of farm work, I’ll receive free room & board. It’s time to take my relationship with
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What’s in Season: Spring

Apricots
Artichoke
Arugula
Asparagus
Avocado
Beets
Carrots
Cherries
Collards
Fennel
Mango
Mint
Pineapple
Radishes
Rhubarb
Snow Peas
Spinach
Strawberries
Sugar Snap Peas
Vidalia Onions


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