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Falling in Love with Food Again with Kate Manchester – show 10 | Women of Green

Falling in Love with Food Again with Kate Manchester – show 10

On our last show we talked about what goes on our bodies, goes in our bodies. On our show today, we talked about what goes in our mouth. My guest, Kate Manchester, Publishers and Editor of edible Santa Fe, shares the true cost of food and why it’s important for our planet and the people living on it to fall in love with food again. “Eat it to save it,” she said. And the way to do that, according to Kate, is “everyone cooks!”

About my guest: For 22 years, Kate Manchester was a private chef in New York. She has written for numerous contemporary magazines, authored two books, and taught a variety of seasonal cooking classes over the years. Today, she is the publisher and editor of edible Santa Fe, and host of edible Radio.

The 40th Anniversay of Earth Day is just 25 days away!  The countdown has begun.  And we’re giving away some WOGderful prizes like organic skin care from Trillium Organics, a signed copy of “Hot Rich & Green” from Rebecca Harrell Tickell, business coaching with me, subscriptions to an Edible Community near you, a signed copy of Imani’s “Absence of Soil.” To be winner, all you have to do is write your response to the question below and you will automatically be put in our drawing. 

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4 Comments
  1. To be a Woman of Green means to live that life style. Personal examples: I do not own a car, we grow our own vegetables all summer and freeze them so we eat out of our garden all winter as well, and I work for a “Natural Step” company which does high performance architecture. We correspond with friends and family overseas using instant messaging and don’t use any of the caustic cleaning products, just natural ones. And we recycle our clothing by giving away to charities every half year anything that has not been worn for 6 months. We also avoid synthetic fabrics. And I live in a city which has adopted green parameters for construction and for waste management. What could be better! So to be a woman of green, I believe you have to live the life, not just talk it.

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  4. Hello Indonesia! Thanks for your vote of confidence. Our mission is to turn up the volume of the feminine voice in green. As you can see, women are often leading the way. Together, let’s keep the conversation and action going! — Carolyn

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