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Monthly Archives: January 2010
Julie and Julia is now out on DVD, and I recommend it highly as Julia Child would have felt right at home at the Weston A. Price Foundation. A hearty eater who fancied butter, cream, goose fat, liver and bone … Continue reading
Originally published on April 30, 2009. In the spring of 2007, Wise Traditions carried my article, “On the Trail of the Elusive X Factor,” in which I argued that the vitamin-like compound that Weston Price dubbed “Activator X” in the … Continue reading