When food is natural and not prodded with funny sounding ingredients, it’s almost like we’re saying, ”Hey, food. I respect you for what you are!” and then, after our physical work and careful attention to each piece, we are left with fresh, simple, and deliciously healthy meals that our bodies will thank us for.
Heed the feed. Respect the food.
Cooking is an art, but you have to start with wonderfully fresh and pure supplies. And let me tell you. I am so appreciative of those who have shared with me the importance of keeping our bodies and environment clean. And the farmers who work and fight and learn and grow and supply us with beautifully organic results who unselfishly keep getting up at three A.M.? Ah. Don't get me started.
So, let's celebrate by telling the world that good food is better! Even by telling people in the smallest way how our bodies have their own celebrations when fueled with organic food (I picture my body with party hats and kazoos), like having friends over for dinner or choosing this over that in the grocery (or by starting a blog!) is hugely beneficial. Pure food rules, artificiality drools.