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There's a lot of confusion about food and other environmental issues. I'm not claiming to have all the answers or know all the answers; rather, I want to start a dialogue about things that matter. This is my space to share eco-bites about all things food, farming and sustainability issues, and, perhaps, challenge those long established norms of our society and food system.
Likewise, this blog isn't supposed to be a downer (I can't guarantee that it will always be entertaining for you, but it is for me!) We need food to live. Duh. But this blog hopes to go beyond that and explore the externalities of the delicious things that end up on our plate: the vibrancy of the local food movement, changing politics and economic policies, emerging, enthusiastic and devoted farmers, and, more important, tasty recipes.
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The resources, recipes and commentary on Speak With Your Food are for you to enjoy, share, digest and discuss. This is non-commercial blog, driven at posts on "all things food, farming and sustainability." The author - me - retains full copyrights to her work. However, my posts are meant to be shared, as long as the author name and Speak With Your Food article URL are included, and no money is exchanged to view the article.
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My blog exists as a resource for readers on food, so, you will find third party content on this site. I will always link to the original source. Speak With Your Food contains copyrighted material, the use of which is not always specifically authorized by the copyright owner. I am making this material available to our readers under the guise of "fair use" with a goal of advancing greater understanding of the politics, economical and societal aspects around given food issues. The material on this site is distributed without profit to those who have expressed an interest in receiving it for research, educational and not-for-profit recreational purposes.
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