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Will you be part of creating a better food story?

Will you be part of creating a better food story?

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Will you be part of creating a better food story?

The ingredients of food are likely more well-known than the real stories of how food is grown. The stories of people who care for animals in the middle of the night, the stories of a little girl who stands in her father’s shadow hoping to someday take over decisions for land her great-grandpa once farmed, the stories of families who risk millions of dollars to produce food for a society who often questions them. I would ask that you consider the authentic stories of how your food is raised as a fundamental part of creating your own food story.

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What is the answer to food bullying and B.S. food?

The fascination for finding the “perfect” food story that makes the “right” social statement has led to an inability to discern B.S. from meaningful information. I wrote this book to equip you to find the signposts of food bullying, make more rational decisions, and avoid buying B.S. on the chaotic food playground.

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The side effects of weenie water & 5 million Google results

Google brings up five million results for “understanding food labels.” How can you sort through that chaos? Look for meaningful and measurable labels. There is no easy answer, particularly given all the players involved in food bullying—but I do suggest truth simplifies food. Confusion, guilt, distrust, higher priced food, malnourishment, a growing disconnect from the farm, and overall stress are just a few of the side effects of bullying.

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