Our next monthly gathering:
Wednesday, Jan 14th
Health Benefits and starting a small business
Speakers: Jeff Ziebelman & Betty Holloway , M.N.S. R.D.
Tonight we’ll focus on fermentation. Betty Holloway, registered dietitian and founder of Nutriphoria LLC in Pewaukee, will talk about the health benefits of fermentation and probiotics.She'll also answer questions about home fermentation. Jeff Ziebelman, owner of Zymbiotics, will share his experiences and answer questions about starting a small local food business.
Thursday, February 17th - 7pm
Food Book Club with Friends of Real Food and Slow Food WISE
The first book we discuss in this new bi-monthly group is The Third Plate: Field Notes on the Future of Food by Dan Barber. “Drawing on the wisdom and experience of chefs, farmers and seed breeders around the world, Barber proposes a new definition for ethical and delicious eating… a future for our national cuisine that is as sustainable as it is delicious.”
Wednesday, March 11th
The Wisdom of Dr. Weston A. Price
What his nutritional research teaches us about a healthy diet
Speaker: Muriel Plichta, leader of the Milwaukee Chapter of the Weston A. Price Foundation
Potluck dinner followed by program
Dentist Dr. Weston A. Price did extensive international scientific research in the early 20th century to better understand why nourishing traditional diets were healthier than modern convenience foods. The Weston A. Price Foundation began in 1999, with Sally Fallon Morell as the founding president, to disseminate nutritional research about a diet rich in nutrient dense whole foods. The foundation now has many chapters and members, offers extensive printed and online resources and publishes a quarterly journal Wise Traditions in Food, Farming, and the Healing Arts.
Some of their recommendations will be familiar to many of us; some may be surprising. Learn more about this organization and what it advocates and come to your own conclusions.