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Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Introducing Contributing Editor on Agriculture, Dr. Stephanie Georgieff

Meet Dr. Stephanie Georgieff...

Since beginning her career as a Naturopathic Doctor, Stephanie has been aware of how humans are dependent on the natural world. She finds medicine in food and botanical substances, and has been educating her patients and the public for over 25 years about the joys of healing with both. As founder of Slow Food Redlands, and host of Real Food Empire, Stephanie is expanding her message of "eating for the health of your body, your soul, the land and community."

It's In the Bag, Stephanie's Choice

I like bags that are made of thick cloth muslin, mainly because they are so sturdy. My two favorite bags are pictured here, mainly because of the messages. I like them because they are big and deep, so I can buy large bunches of beets and greens which will be sure to fit.

Pros: Sturdy, positive message, able to hold large produce
Cons : Shrink when you wash them, don't have wheels, without Hermoine Granger's Undetectable Extension Charm the bag will not magically enlarge (thanks Mugglenet for that HP reference).

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