Shannon Hayes, here (author of RH). My husband is also a type 1 diabetic. Here are some of the things we've learned:
1. Contrary to what conventional diabetes counselors tell type 1's, it is…"
"I've been hearing from folks about the woes of unsupportive partners when facing the RH lifestyle for quite some time now, and here is my attempt to make some sense of what I've learned. I'm sure many of you have some views…"
"Carol - I just had a chance to check out that TED talk you referenced. Wow. That's something. I think you are right about the vitriol. And I believe that most people on this path experience it. I take it somewhat…"
"Thanks. I'm not sure if the vitriol has settled, or if I'm just not hearing it anymore....I know the second part is true. There was nothing i could do about people's personal frustrations with the book, so I might as well…"
"Thanks for your thoughts, Carole. I've spent the better part of the afternoon ruminating about your comments on the "reluctant spouse." And I've tried to figure out why Bob and I didn't face it. I suppose, in part, it was…"
"Hi Marie - I think Sandor Katz writes about using all kinds of crazy things for feeding the mushroom in Wild Fermentation - I believe he tells of a friend who even used soda (!??). In any event, in Nourishing Traditions, S.Fallon says that white…"
"Dear Station 104.7 Atlanta; Sorry you cancelled our interview for Monday, b/c you worry RH won't be "well received" by certain members of your Christian audience. For my own edification, please let me know which part of the RH message…"
I work with my family on Sap Bush Hollow Farm in Upstate, NY, raising grassfed and pastured meats. I host grassfedcooking.com, radicalhomemakers.com, and am author of Radical Homemakers, The Grassfed Gourmet, and The Farmer and the Grill.
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