“Your dog needs to eat clean”. Hearing this on TV made me realize food word help is needed. Check out my #infographic
Don’t assume everyone is using the same words for the same things, especially as our expertise and audiences blend in the food, nutrition, and agriculture conversation.
You know how you think you know someone but learn more as Facebook friends? That’s kind of how it is with food.
Part of the fun of life is the discovery of things you didn’t know and course correcting with new information.
Shopping is fun. Technology is eerily exciting. Food keeps us alive. Information is coming at us a million miles an hour from every direction. Let me tell you a story that brings all of these thoughts together.
Say yes more than no and ask for help along the way. This philosophy has served me well and allowed the chance to grow both personally and professionally, meet amazing, smart, funny people, and work collaboratively to bring forth experiences and knowledge to those who crave it.
If you’ve heard any of my presentations lately, you’ve heard me say the food and nutrition conversation just keeps getting bigger. Now, layered on top of food preferences, culture, religion, budget, cooking skills, medical history and everything else that comes into play with our food choices, people want to know more about the agricultural practices that led to that food on our plate.