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The Death of the American Chef

Commented Jun 10, 2008 at 16:12:14 in Healthy Living

“Right on. we need to give substities to people who grow beets not soy bean, potato farmers ,not corn farmers, cattle farmers who's animals are pasture raised. I detect a movement keep up the good fight.”
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A Chef's-Eye View of Starbucks

Commented May 27, 2008 at 22:27:19 in Healthy Living

“Two calories tops-not really, but then most people would just order espresso. Is that Hans Solo or ono.”
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Where's The Beef (From)?

Commented May 9, 2008 at 22:50:27 in Healthy Living

“go for it that is how my restaurant make a living just make the big 18 ounce Porterhouse a grass fed one!”
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Where's The Beef (From)?

Commented May 9, 2008 at 22:48:41 in Healthy Living

“most likely if its in a california feed lot its going to the castle white that is. The high end steak house is colorado, montana for the certified angus beef. The reality is American is getting fatter not thinner and if you eat the grass stuff it helps you live longer.”
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Can City Farmers Stand in for Supermarkets?

Commented May 8, 2008 at 22:40:35 in Healthy Living

“One thing the city could do is place greenmarkets in these area's that lack supermarkets. Most immigrants come from cultures that cook. Not being able to get the product is a problem, if the city brought markets into Hispanic areas cooking fresh food would start again. New Yorkers care about the flowers in central park not the fact that their are no farmers markets in the project.”
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Where's The Beef (From)?

Commented May 8, 2008 at 22:28:25 in Healthy Living

“thank you so true, it is just as easy to grow good food as it is to grow bad food.
The problem is the comment below. This person is the same type as a smoker who scoffs at people who are are against smoking until they get lung cancer! People our food chain is poisoned, your comment givers me hope that it all may not be lost.”
Whole Food vs. Whole Foods

Whole Food vs. Whole Foods

Commented Apr 29, 2008 at 09:44:54 in Healthy Living

“Your right it shouldn't but that is something that should be a priority on the campaign trail this year.
Not as good press as Reverend Wright and Hilary in general. Unfortunately you will find Farmers
Markets expensive as well. Until we get together as a country and decide we are not going to let industrial farming and profits decide what we eat, real old fashion wholesome food will cost more.”
Whole Food vs. Whole Foods

Whole Food vs. Whole Foods

Commented Apr 29, 2008 at 09:23:47 in Healthy Living

“That is why you elected local politicians should not be reelected again! Fight to keep your food supply clean.”
Whole Food vs. Whole Foods

Whole Food vs. Whole Foods

Commented Apr 29, 2008 at 09:20:33 in Healthy Living

“Bravo! The area you live in is a prime example of being able to live a sustainable life. Eat the local berries, the local fish and enjoy the northwest one of America's true great food areas. Even before food became the fashion.”
Whole Food vs. Whole Foods

Whole Food vs. Whole Foods

Commented Apr 29, 2008 at 09:17:09 in Healthy Living

“You should read my first posting which does touch on this. My greens from the greenmarket in union square or the ones that I buy from Satur Farms on Long Island, not only stand up too but surpass anything sold in whole foods for the last ten years. Big industrial farming organic or conventional is big corporate farming. But in your case I agree and always support the local product.”
Whole Food vs. Whole Foods

Whole Food vs. Whole Foods

Commented Apr 29, 2008 at 09:10:58 in Healthy Living

“good choice also read the real bible on this subject The Omnivore's Dilemma by Michael Pollan
Also read What to eat by Marion Nestle. Keep reading and fighting our kids are worth it.”