Portland, ORUSA 97239
September 25, 2013
Food of course! But also the community aspect...it's difficult enough speaking an entirely different language and then living a completely different lifestyle at the same time. It only adds to the insanity of living in the 21st century. I think ancestral health is about health of the mind as well, and that means not being a mindless drone who cannot think for one's self or express one's self articulately. So just connecting with other like-minded people is vital.
Probably just like everyone else...it starts with a concept and the executing the concept in the best way possible. I wish I had an adequate kitchen for DIY projects, but right now I'm in a place where even if everything worked right in my kitchen it would still be unsuitable for things I want to try!
Pot lucks are pretty cool...for both personal and professional reasons.
I've lived in Portland nearly 11 years. In mid January 2010 I went primal and haven't looked back. I currently work for the two-person powerhouse Wild Mountain Paleo Market, a virtual store, but I'm also an avid bike-rider, hiker, and bass player.