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By Shelley Munro On Jun 19 2013, 8:00 am
Hundreds of years ago men went out hunting in order to feed their families. It was a dangerous business. The women were gatherers, collecting berries and edible plants to round out their diets.
Fast forward to modern times.
These days we do our hunting and gathering at the supermarket. While we don’t have to worry about our prey turning on us or coming across violence while collecting our greens, modern living brings a different set of problems.
Ask most people, and they’ll say they hate shopping for groceries. It’s a chore. Trying to juggle children plus a shopping trolley can be murder. Tantrums. Kids running amok with child-size trolleys. *shudder* And the supermarket keeps shifting items. Sometimes trying to find your canned goods is like scaling a mountain. Read more…
Reviews should be ignored (unless they’re good) by Heidi Moore
A few weeks ago, I was at a friend’s house and she brought out the book her sister-in-law wrote and had published by a very respectable New York publishing house. Since my friend knows what I do, she has been talking to me about this book and her sister-in-law’s experience for well over a year. [...]
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