Introducing: Sustainable Dish Videos!

By: | 0 Comments | On: July 29, 2014 | Category : Uncategorized

TweetHey folks… I’ve been working on a project this summer to bring my farm life and nutrition knowledge right to you. I started a (very low budget) video series called “Sustainable Dish”. They are intended to showcase small nuggets on farm and nutrition topics, and if you’re interested, you can...
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Searching for Self-Love

By: | 4 Comments | On: June 19, 2014 | Category : Uncategorized

TweetThis is a guest post from Lucy Hendricks, who I had the pleasure of meeting at a dinner party at PaleoFX in Austin, TX this past spring. She recently posted some before and after photos of herself on social media, and I was really moved by them. The “before” is...
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What is Optimal Human Nutrition?

By: | 0 Comments | On: June 10, 2014 | Category : Nutrition 101

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TweetI believe that the majority of today’s health issues are directly related to the overconsumption of highly palatable, industrially processed food. I’m on a mission to help people regain their health by eating nutrient-dense foods. We live in a world that is far removed from our hunter-gatherer ancestors. Some people...
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Vinland: All local, gluten free restaurant in Portland, Maine

By: | 0 Comments | On: June 2, 2014 | Category : reviews

TweetA few weeks ago, I went up to do a book signing at the Portland, Maine Whole Foods Market. Luckily, the event was scheduled early, so I was able to meet my roommate from my college days and go out for a great dinner. My friend Michelle Tam of Nom...
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Shrimp Green Curry Soup

By: | 0 Comments | On: May 31, 2014 | Category : Recipes

TweetThis recipe was a total accident and I’m so glad it happened! I was completely uninspired for dinner tonight. I had pulled some chicken broth out from our freezer to make soup, that’s all I had planned. I sort of let the rest of the dish happen spontaneously. What resulted...
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Thoughts on “Fed Up” the Film

By: | 0 Comments | On: May 25, 2014 | Category : reviews

TweetIt’s been a while since I’ve added a new post. I’m really working hard to try and finish my next book. Half of it is already at my publisher, and I’m cranking hard to send in the other half within the next couple of weeks. Meanwhile, I took a break...
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8 Springy Paleo Salads

By: | 0 Comments | On: April 21, 2014 | Category : Nutrition 101

TweetHere’s a quick roundup of some delicious grain free salads to put a spring in your step! Click on the recipe title to link to the post. Poached Cod, Fennel and Citrus Salad Jenessa’s Dinners  5 Min Spicy Asian Chicken Salad Paleo Linda Wagner Muffalatta Salad The Clothes Make the...
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Grow Your Own Tomatoes This Year

By: | 0 Comments | On: April 18, 2014 | Category : Sustainable Farming

TweetI love tomatoes. I try really hard not to indulge in them until it’s summer and they’re ready. I think about them all the time and when it’s finally tomato season, I’m all about them! There’s really nothing better than a ripe, juicy and warm tomato picked fresh from the garden....
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Spring Happenings

By: | 0 Comments | On: March 21, 2014 | Category : Sustainable Farming

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TweetLately, I’ve been super busy and not blogging a ton. Part of this reason is that I’m working on a new book, centering around food and sustainability. I’ll be able to announce it officially soon, and will release some of the beautiful images. Recently, I attended the IACP conference in...
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Paleo Curried Green Eggs & Ham: Paleo Lunches and Breakfasts on the Go

By: | 0 Comments | On: March 13, 2014 | Category : Recipes

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TweetHere’s a terrific way to get some veggies into your morning in a delicious, easy way. I like to make the first half of these with no curry or red pepper for my kids, then add 1/2 the curry and red pepper in for the grownups. This way, we all...
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