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Independence Day Pie

It seems like the two times of year Americans love to eat, make and talk about pie (well maybe that last is just me) are Thanksgiving, and the Fourth of July. In the Fall we want seasonal pies like apple, … Continue reading

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Feeding a Child

When my daughter was small, I got into a conversation with a co-worker who was complaining about his kids always wanting to eat at McDonald’s. When I told him my daughter did often want to go out for dinner, but … Continue reading

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I Promise to Eat More Fruits and Vegetables!

When first read The China Study by T. Colin Campbell one of the things I took away was the idea that rather than try to remove things from your diet, you add more and more plant based food, which will … Continue reading

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Do We Really Need Willpower?

In the past few years, willpower has been getting more and more attention. From blogs to news articles all of which point to our limited ability to exercise constant decision making of all kinds, including choosing a salad over a … Continue reading

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The Breakfast Club

So many people say they can’t eat breakfast, or they’re not really hungry in the morning, or all they need/want is a cup of coffee to get started. These people are not invited to join my breakfast club. I wake … Continue reading

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Putting the Culture Back in Agriculture: Reviving Native Food and Farming Traditions

Putting the Culture Back in Agriculture: Reviving Native Food and Farming Traditions.

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