The cooking demo was fun! Thanks so much to everyone who came out, introduced themselves, gobbled up food samples, or had a chat about Vita-Mixes or organic limes or any of the other lovely things I got to talk to you about.
I realized that I would have loved to have talked talked talked, so you have inspired me to look into finding youth groups or high school/college environmental clubs or animal rights groups to do talks and discussions! If anyone has insight on this, I’d love to hear from you.
Thanks so much to my longtime friend Alex for getting some photos:
What’s in store next? Don’t forget THIS SATURDAY NIGHT you can come and join interested and like-minded people at SteelStacks’ cinema for a screening of Forks Over Knives.
What Food, Inc. did for food politics, Forks Over Knives does for nutrition and health. Need more convicing? Here ya go:
There is so much to be said on this topic, but I urge you to see the film – available on DVD, on Netflix, or at SteelStacks this weekend with a discussion to follow (you’re going to want to talk about it!), or pick up the book The China Study or the Forks Over Knives tie-in book.
*Especially of interest for anyone looking to prevent or manage cancer, or anyone who supports finding a cancer cure. Get out your “Save the Ta-Ta’s” or “I feel my Boobs” t-shirts and learn about something that may be, and for some has proven to be, a way to prevent this awful disease.