This was my breakfast this morning:
- (free range) eggs, scrambled
- covered in (store-bought) cheese
- on a (store-bought) tortilla
- cup of (fair trade) Sumatra
- glass of RAW MILK
On Saturday, the girls and I took a little field trip out to a local dairy farm and bought our first ever gallon of raw milk. I can't wait to tell you more about that trip later this week, but for now I just want to focus in on the real food movement.
Earlier this year, I shared with you some of our approaches to food, but that is all evolving at a fairly rapid pace. It started when I finally watched Food, Inc. last month. I had been putting it off because I absolutely knew it was one of those things - sorta like The Mafia, I suppose - that once you are in, you know too much to ever get out. And I was right. It forever altered the way I view what I feed my family.
So here I am. Free range eggs and raw milk and scared to death to buy any non-organic produce following this morning's release of the Pediatrics study on the connection between ADHD and organophosphates.So here's what I need to know -- in your experience, what has been the most helpful resource in learning more about The Real Food Movement?
Stephanie of Keeper of the Home has graciously sent me a copy of Real Food on a Real Budget to review (and giveaway! Stay tuned for that!), so I plan on digging into that this week. But after that, what should be next on my reading list? Books, blogs, podcasts, websites . . . you tell me . . .
(Food, Inc. link is an Amazon affiliate link.)