I don’t know that I’ll get my other post finished in time, so I figured this was a good point to take a break from talking about cookware, and share some important happenings and great resources with you!
My Favorite (and Most-Used) Resource
The 2011 Weston A. Price Shopping Guide is available, and is only one dollar (including shipping). You can’t possibly get more bang for your literal buck. Click here to purchase. (Unfortunately, the online store is currently unavailable, so you’ll have to print the order form and mail it in. It’s worth it.)
Two Excellent E-Courses
1. Real Food Nutrition & Health. This one is aimed at teenagers (12 and up)! I am thrilled to announce that my adorable, brilliant and very stubborn 14-year old son will be taking this upcoming e-course. How did I manage that? Well, I requested it as my birthday (November) AND Christmas gifts. I cannot wait to go through it with him. Won’t you and your children join us? (Click on the link above, which will take you to the info page about the textbook. Click on the E-COURSE button on the upper left hand side for more information about the class.) What a wonderful investment in the health of your children!
2. Real Food for Rookies. This is Kelly the Kitchen Kop’s e-course. A great place to begin, or get re-motivated. Kelly is an amazing researcher, and was a key player in my journey back to health and to a Real Food lifestyle. (Not to mention she’s a wonderful person and has been an incredible supporter of my blog.) As she says, “Learn how changing how you eat can change everything.”
How would you a like to establish a new habit that is quick and painless, is healthier for you, actually makes things more convenient for you, and is better for the planet? If that sounds good, check out Kitchen Stewardship’s Monday Mission (yes, I’m a bit behind).
Thankful Harvest is giving away $50 worth of their organic grassfed beef or lamb. Take a second and enter this giveaway!
Want Some Support in Your New Year’s Resolution?
It’s not too late to join in the 2011 Weight Loss & Wellness Adventure. It’s free, will give you practical tips, and you’ll know you’re not on your journey alone.
Great E-Book if You’re Pregnant. Or if You’re Not.
Healthy Pregnancy Super Foods is now available (click on the right sidebar at that link). Much of it, including all of the recipes, are completely universal! Eating a diet filled with more super foods is always a good idea, whether or not you’re expecting or hoping to expect.
Three Free (or Almost Free) Resources for Your Smartphone
Three great apps to help you stick to your nutrition goals: Dirty Dozen/ Clean 15, Restaurant Nutrition, and, my favorite, Don’t Eat That (not available on Droid yet ). Get more details here.
That’s what this post is about. It’s an exercise set-up I’ve never seen before. Sounds like a great idea!
Lots to Think About…
And finally, I’m chewing on this post about organic clothing.
Happy reading! The next post on caring for stainless steel and cast iron will round out the cookware discussion.
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