Introducing the Real Food Forager Blog

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Jill Tieman, the Suburban Food Forager

The Wise Traditions Conference session on Social Media inspired a lot of Weston A. Price members to start blogging their passion. Today, we meet one of them.

Last week I was a guest blogger at Hartkeisonline. Kimberly Hartke is the publicist for the Weston Price Foundation. Please follow the link below to read the article.

Why I Blog Real Food

by Guest Blogger, Dr. Jill Tieman, Realfoodforager.com

I am a real food forager. I admit it. Not the kind that that rummages around in the forest. Oh no. You wouldn’t catch me getting my hands dirty or, heaven forbid, touch a worm. Yuk! No, I am a modern day, suburban real food forager.  Even before I discovered the Weston A. Price Foundation and found out what good nutrition really was, I spent a lot of time seeking out the very best quality food for myself and for my family. Read more at Hartkeisonline.


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  • Brian Wade Hitchcock December 10, 2013, 7:08 pm

    Great concept! Real food is a crucial part of the answer to so many ailments and afflictions of the “modern” world.

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  • Deedra Castine January 4, 2015, 11:56 am

    I think the admin of this site is actually working hard in support of his site, as here every material is quality based stuff.

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