As you know, I am committed to keeping GMOs out of my family’s gluten-free diet. With that said, I have finally resorted to making almost all of their food, and even though I am grain free, my husband and my girls are not.… Read more
Giving Greg a gift anytime of year is next to impossible. He is a man of no wants! His socks have large holes in the soles even though I bought him new socks, he wears his shoes until the soles crack and leak, most of his clothes and suits are 1-2 decades old, and he doesn’t like any material possessions other than comfy clothes when not dressed for work (they too are older than our girls), his iPhone 4, his TiVo, and money in his pocket to play poker as a means to decompress from corporate America.… Read more
After many of you read “The Truth About Milk,” I received numerous questions regarding dairy substitutes, and since Ainsley and Greg are still fighting their dairy addicted and need bridges into their vegan lifestyles, here is what we’ve been using:
Love her! and I too want to swing dance when I am 80! Hey! I want to swing dance every Monday night at the Cotton Club! However, I have no doubt that she can out swing me any day of the week. … Read more
“The very saddest sound in all my memory was burned into my awareness at age five on my uncle’s dairy farm in Wisconsin. A cow had given birth to a beautiful male calf. The mother was allowed to nurse her calf but for a single night.
“Neither domestic cereals nor milk from hoofed animals is ‘natural’ food in an evolutionary or physiological sense…If there is a single complex of events responsible for the deterioration of human health and ecology, agricultural civilization is it…” ~Paul Shepard
Ainsley is choosing to become a vegan, and I have to admit that I am proud that she is transitioning into the vegan lifestyle. … Read more