Dieting Will Always Fail in a Toxic Food Culture. Here’s How to Fix It.

Credit: Mawa’s Kitchen

I often think about my grandmothers and grandfathers.

Not the immediate ones that I knew or that reside in the living memory of my family, but rather the ones from a very, very long time ago. The grandmother that spoke a dialect of Lenape, the grandfather that couldn’t conceive of a money economy any more than we can conceive of anything…

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Building a new, accessible, open, and democratic food economy in the Chesapeake Bay region @ Sylvanaqua Farms

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Building a new, accessible, open, and democratic food economy in the Chesapeake Bay region @ Sylvanaqua Farms

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