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Michael Pollan

I can hook you up … with some good bacteria!

fermented cabbage
"I fed my sourdough this morning." "What? What sourdough? Who's got sourdough? I want some!" "Liza got it for me." "Oh! That reminds me, Liza, can I get some more kefir grains?" "And, Liza, I need more kombucha SCOBY, I killed mine...again!" "Murderer. No SCOBY for you!" Yeah, that's more or less a word-for-word transcription of a conversation among some colleagues of mine yester...
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Spring detox (further proof that I’m so basic?)

I love tulips: I love their beautiful simplicity, the fact that they herald the arrival of Spring, the variety of colors they come in, the fact that the financial health of an entire country rose and fell on their backs. (Do they have backs? They certainly bend over rather quickly once put in a vase. Anyway, you can read all about the tulip empire in Michael Pollan's Botany of Desire.)  Imagine...
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SOLE food | Your nickel’s worth

pixabay farmers' market
This is the final post in the SOLE food series, in which we stepped away a bit from primary foods nutrition and focused again on secondary foods, the ones we put in our mouths. As you find your way on your health journey, getting your food choices sorted can be what Charles Duhigg calls a keystone habit in his book The Power of Habit: a keystone habit is one that not only creates a desired change—...
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SOLE food | Organic

pixabay organic tomato
This month, we’re stepping away a bit from primary foods nutrition and focusing again on secondary foods, the ones we put in our mouths. As you find your way on your health journey, getting your food choices sorted can be what Charles Duhigg calls a keystone habit in his book The Power of Habit: a keystone habit is one that not only creates a desired change—it also has a cascade of other good habi...
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