The “Local Food Tsunami” and More from this Real Food Rock Star


The “Local Food Tsunami” and More from this Real Food Rock Star

Since I didn’t grow up on a farm like Kent did, and instead was a “townie”, I found this interview about basic sustainable farming methods to be crazy interesting, even though I’ve heard Joel Salatin speak before.  After watching it again to pull out the quotes below, I’ll tell you what, Joel Salatin is now even more of a rock star in my world.  He begins by explaining what the role of an herbivore is in the big picture, as well as the role of the bird that follows along behind, and why, when all of this is done correctly, it forms a perfect system.  Big surprise!  God’s way, the natural way, is best once again.

The “Local Food Tsunami” and More from this Real Food Rock Star



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Kelly had a "food transformation" when she discovered the Weston A. Price Foundation in 2004 after a long-time love affair with convenience foods. She began passionately researching how to eat and live better, and on January 1st, 2008 the 'politically incorrect' Kelly the Kitchen Kop blog was born. She now enjoys helping others with the knowledge she has gained from her own family's transition to Real Food. The source of greatest nourishment in her life is not food, but faith, and you can check out her Christianity 101 blog here for answers to basic questions about Christianity. In addition to blogging, she also teaches an online class called, 'Real Food for Rookies' and has written two e-books: the Real Food Ingredient Guide and the Real Food Party Planning Guide. Kelly lives near Grand Rapids, Michigan with her husband of 26 years and is a Weston Price local co-chapter leader. As if life wasn’t crazy enough, she also now homeschools three of their children, and their fourth is in college. :)

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