Book Club: Real Food
Holidays inevitably involve a lot of talk about food, and much of it is guilt-ridden. “This is so bad for me,” “I really shouldn’t be eating this,” and on and on.
At these times I am reminded of what a different perspective I have than most people when it comes to what’s “good” and “bad” for us to eat.
…if they are organically/sustainably/humanely/locally raised and produced.
Indulgence by way of responsible consumerism. Works for me. (Yum, butter.)