Please read to the end. We have many updates for our members this month!
Our upcoming two day conference in St Louis, Missouri is scheduled for May 19 & 20, 2012.
Speakers include Sally Fallon Morell, Kaayla Daniel, John Wood, Sarah Pope, John Moody and others. For details see on location, cost, registration and schedule, see:
Our next Regional will be in Buffalo, New York, September 15-16. followed by our International Wise Traditions Conference in Santa Clara, California November 9-12.
ESSAY CONTEST – Tell Us Why It’s Ethical to Eat Meat
Entries Due April 8, 2012
Please consider submitting an essay on this subject to the New York Times. For information, go to http://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/25/magazine/tell-us-why-its-ethical-to-eat-meat-a-contest.html?_r=1&;hpw
E-mail queries to email@example.com, or send them to the Ethicist, The New York Times
Magazine, 620 Eighth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10018, and include a daytime phone number.
WILL EATING RED MEAT KILL YOU?
It’s high time for our latest episode of Science Says Meat Will Kill You, complete with a brand new study and commercial-free viral media coverage! Have a seat and tune in (or at least set your DVR for later viewing).
If you haven’t had at least one family member, coworker, or soon-to-be-unfriended Facebook acquaintance send you this study as a reminder that you’re killing yourself, you’re either really lucky or your inbox is broken. Thanks to an observational study called http://archinte.ama-assn.org/cgi/content/full/archinternmed.2011.2287 Red Meat Consumption and Mortality freshly pressed in the Archives of Internal Medicine, a slew of bold headlines exploded across every conceivable media outlet this week:
- “ http://www.chicagotribune.com/health/la-he-red-meat-20120313,0,2364743.story All red meat is bad for you, new study says ”
- “ http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/9138230/Red-meat-is-blamed-for-one-in-10-early-deaths.html Red meat is blamed for one in 10 early deaths ”
- “ http://news.sky.com/home/uk-news/article/16187521 Scientists warn ‘red meat can be lethal’ ”
Read more of Denise Minger’s analysis at: http://www.marksdailyapple.com/will-eating-red-meat-kill-you/%23axzz1p6bdxAnY
Pink Slime: Falls Church, VA Chapter Leader Susan Blasko in the news regarding ‘pink slime’
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LATEST BLOG POSTINGS
KAAYLA DANIEL’S BLOG: Recovery from Modern Diets
Dr. Kaayla Daniel’s latest blog answers the questions, What if bacon is actually good for us? What if it actually supports good health and is not a mortal dietary sin after all? What about all that fat, cholesterol and nitrites? What if we can eat all we’d like? Naughty propositions to be sure, but ones the Naughty Nutritionist™ is prepared to argue!
CHRIS MASTERJOHN’S BLOG: Mother Nature Obeyed
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FINDING AND ADVERTISING NUTRIENT-DENSE FOODS
If someone asks you where to find good foods, here are our suggestions:
– Contact a volunteer local chapter leader in their area.
– Check for farms listed at realmilk.com.
– Read the 2012 Shopping Guide for many suggestions listed by category.
– See the many advertisers in our journal.
If you have foods you wish to sell, there are a few options we offer:
– Contact local chapter leader(s) to tell them what you offer.
– For raw dairy products, post your information at realmilk.com. See ‘Where’ for listings and add yours by sending it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
– Consider advertising in our journal; see Advertising information at: http://www.westonaprice.org/get-involved-article
– For consideration for the Shopping Guide, you can email email@example.com. These products must be available in stores or by mail order.
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TALKS BY SALLY FALLON MORELL
Please check our calendar page for upcoming events: http://www.westonaprice.org/calendar/calendar
May 19-20 – St Louis, MO: WAPF regional conference. Details: http://www.westonaprice.org/stlouisconference/stlouisconference
July 7 – Acqasco, MD P. A. Bowen Farmstead hosting the 5th Anniversary Celebration of the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund. Details to follow.
September – Buffalo, NY: WAPF Regional Conference. Details to follow.
November 9-11 – Santa Clara, CA: 13th Annual Wise Traditions Conference
QUESTIONS ANSWERED by Sally Fallon Morell
Q. I have been eating good quality liver each week and taking cod liver oil; might I be getting too much vitamin A?
A. This is not too much liver as long as it is balanced with foods rich in vitamin D. So cook the liver in bacon fat or lard, egg those pastured egg yolks, and take your cod liver oil for vitamin D. English blood sausage, if you can get it, is also a good source of vitamin D.
Q. My son is allergic to milk, egg and cod fish. Can you suggest good alternatives.
A. Alternatives would be other types of seafood and meat of all kinds, soups based on broth, etc. If your son does not tolerate butter, use ghee. Have you tried raw milk? Your son may tolerate that.
Q. I am adding nuts and seeds to bread. Do all of them need to be soaked (using walnuts, pumpkin, chia and flax)
A. Make crispy nuts of walnuts and pumpkin seeds. Flax seed and chia seed don’t need to be soaked.
Q. I am unclear what is lime water and whether I need to rinse the food after soaking it. Is it toxic?
A. Lime water is just calcium carbonate, so it is not toxic. But yes, rinse the lime water first and then soak the grains in an acidic medium, which you do not need to rinse out. But to make things easier, you can start with Masa flour, which has already been soaked in limewater.
Q. Is “palm olein oil” a good fat to eat? I know that palm oil is good but has palm olein oil been damaged during processing? My supermarket sells vegetable chips cooked in this oil.
A. Palm olein oil is the liquid fraction of the palm oil, with the saturated fat removed. As this is mostly monounsaturated oleic acid, this industrial fat would be better than other industrial oils (corn, soybean, etc); however, you are right, the pure palm oil would be a better choice.
Visit Weston A. Price exhibits at these upcoming events! Thank you to the volunteers that staff these exhibits, providing important service for their community.
If you’d like to staff an exhibit in your area, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
March 31 – Huntington, NY
Long Island CSA Fair
Exhibitor – Chapter Leader Juliana Mazzeo
April 11 – St. Paul, MN
Women’s Ag Leadership
Exhibitor – Chapter Leader Liz Thares
April 14 – Roanoke, VA
Earth Day Celebration
Exhibitor – Chapter Leader Judi Edwards
April 14 – Long Island, NY
Small Farm Summit
Exhibitor – Chapter Leader Andrea Mastellone
April 15 – 16 – Herndon, VA
Take Back Your Health
Exhibitors – Chapter Leader Susan Blasko & Kim Hartke
April 16 – Richville, CA
Local Food Summit
Contact: Brad Banner email@example.com
Exhibitor – Chapter Leader Carol Albrecht
April 16 – Petaluma, CA
Folks This Ain’t Normal FundRAISER Lecture
Exhibitor – Weezie Campbell
April 17 – Bozeman, MT
Local Food Fair & Symposium
Exhibitors – Chapter Leaders Rebekah Mocerino & Kaelin Kiesel-Germann
April 18 – Rollin’s College Winter Park, FL
Folks, This Ain’t Normal – An Evening With Joel Salatin
Contact: Emily Ruff firstname.lastname@example.org
Exhibitors – Lee Burdett and Cathy Raymond
April 20 – 21 – Live Oak, FL
Food and Farming Summit with Joel Salatin
Contact: Dennis Stoltzfoos email@example.com
Exhibitors –Chapter Leader Beth Michaelson and Cathy Raymond
April 20 – 21 – Grand Haven, MI
Lakeshore Earth Day Fair
Exhibitor – Chapter Leader Lisa Middlecamp
April 21 – Santa Barbara, CA
CEC Earth Day Festival
Exhibitors – Chapter Leaders Katie Falbo & Eric Brody
April 20 – 22 – Toronto, Canada
Total Health 2012
Exhibitor – Liz Pitfield
May 1- Long Island, NY
Farmageddon Screening, Panel Discussion & After-Event
Exhibitor – Chapter Leader Andrea Mastellone
May 5 – 6 – Millbrae, CA
NANP National Conference
Exhibitors – Chapter Leader Shan Kendall & Victoria LaFont
May 12 – Brooklyn, NY
Brooklyn Food Coalition Conference
Exhibitors – Chapter Leaders Angela Davis, Lucia Ruedenberg-Wright, Hannah Springer & Jill Cruz
May 12 – Oskosh, WI
Exhibitors – Chapter Leaders Emily Matthews, Marian Schmitz & Ruth Sawall
May 18 – 19 – Searcy, AK
Home School Convention – Searcy
Exhibitors – Chapter Leader Julie Major and Jamie Latture
May 24 – 27 – Lombard, IL
Exhibitor – Chapter Leader Kathy Pirtle
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