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Green chef rules to cook by!

From: Susan M.
Sent on: Tuesday, July 22, 2008 1:12 PM
Forwarded by: Kitty Leaham, the founder of the Green Chef Deli in Sewickley
-Don���t count calories, eat whole foods
-Eat what your grandmother or great-grandmother ate (Pollan)
-Eat some fermented food every day
-Spend more time cooking in your kitchen
-Instead of going to the gym, dig & plant a garden
-Eat local foods...organically grown when possible
-Get to know a farmer or two
-Don���t eat foods that promise health benefits
-Eat lots of organic butter
-Don���t eat anything with high fructose corn syrup or MSG
-Don���t eat anything labeled ���low-fat��� or ���non-fat���
-Eat with family and friends often (or your friends at20the Pittsburgh Whole Food Nutrition Group!)
-Cook for family and friends often
This is a great intro for those just getting info on whole food, and for those looking to change their eating habits.

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