Grassfed cow, meet cavemen

Mount Vernon Grassfed cattle are led to a new pasture in Gid Brown Hollow. Photo by Chris Doxzen.
Mount Vernon Grassfed cattle are led to a new pasture in Gid Brown Hollow. Photo by Chris Doxzen.
Seems Sperryville’s own Mount Vernon Grassfed is on top of a trend, delivering the farm’s grass-fed beef and pork products weekly now to the hungry-after-a-workout crowd at D.C.’s District CrossFit gym, apparently the place to find lots of people on the paleo diet (which mimics the caveman’s diet, meaning animals that fed themselves the old-fashioned — and Mount Vernon’s — way: grass — no grains, dairy or refined sugars). See Vicky Hallett’s MisFits column Wednesday in The Washington Post.

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Former Rappahannock News editor Roger Piantadosi is a writer and works on web and video projects for Rappahannock Media and his own Synergist Media company. Before joining the News in 2009, he was a staff writer, editor and web developer at The Washington Post for almost 30 years.