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Howard Vlieger and I talked during the Weston A. Price Wise Traditions conference in Dallas, Texas, November 11-14. Why did I want to talk with Howard and write about GMOs (genetically modified organisms, also described as genetically engineered)? I am passionate about food rights and access … Continue reading
I hadn’t done much grocery shopping since coming home from the Weston A. Price conference late Monday so my choices for lunch today were limited. I had one boiled egg and one good avocado left in the refrigerator, so what … Continue reading
The Weston A. Price 2011 Conference was enjoyable for so many reasons–seeing friends, meeting new ones, learning about health and nutrition–but, since attending my first conference, one of the most fun reasons to attend is to eat the delicious and oh so healthy food … Continue reading