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Written by louisaenright

August 28, 2011 at 5:29 pm

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  1. Dear Louisa,
    I found your site while looking for carb restricting diets. I agree with everything you say! (I haven’t read everything yet…there is a wealth of info here)
    I also have been going to farmer’s markets and buying grass fed beef and raw milk. I love them both, but I will have to pass on the raw milk for awhile while I follow a 20 gram or less carb diet for a few weeks. I also own many of your recommended cook books. I will have to look into the other books and the films on your list.
    I haven’t been to Maine-it seems cold and wind swept to me, but apparently there are kindred spirits there and a foodie culture that is new to me.
    I hope to continue to follow your blog from here in foggy San Francisco.
    Cheers,

    Kathy Conner

    Kathy Conner

    February 20, 2012 at 8:25 pm

    • Thanks for you feedback on my blog, Kathy.
      It always helps to know what people are thinking.
      You’re right, Maine is a very “foody” place. We still have small farmers producing great food.
      And, Maine is lovely. Cold in the winter, yes, but full of winter sports. And, sunny. But, shhhh, don’t tell anyone.
      Coastal Maine, where I live, is more temperate than further west.

      Louisa

      louisaenright

      February 24, 2012 at 9:16 am


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