Wheaten is still on my needles; it's still an enjoyable knit. It takes 5 skeins, and I'm only on the second one, so I'm sure I'll lose the love before it's finished. For now, I'm happy.
My book this week is a real goodie! What the Fork are you eating? by Stefanie Sacks (culinary nutritionist, certified chef, MS in nutrition from Columbia University, educator, speaker, consultant, and host of the radio show Stirring the Pot.) She very clearly explains all the additives in our food....which ones are harmful, how to avoid the worst. She's non-judgmental, inspirational, and you come away feeling.....hey, I can do this! I thought I did pretty well in the 'clean eating' department. This book has shown me how I can do sooooo much better. She walks you shelf by shelf through your refrigerator and your pantry, and offers appealing recipes to try. An interesting appendix is included that lists common foods with 'their better halves'.
This is (obviously) a library book, but I'm pretty sure I'm going to have to buy one.
Pass a slice of home-made, preservative-free (organic), whole grain (wheaten!!) bread, please. (Love when my knitting and food match!)
(Victorian bread fork.)
joining Ginny for yarnalong.