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Bone broth is so good for you I can’t believe you’re not eating it right now

This piece was originally published on the Carrot Beet Blog under the title, The Benefits of Bone Broth. When I was working in restaurants as a sous chef, one of the most important jobs in the kitchen was the making of bone broth; in the restaurant setting referred to as stock. It was my job …

Everything About Fat

Everything About Fat

This article was originally published in Dot Connector magazine issue No.13, 2011. Probably More Than You Ever Wanted to Know About Fat and Thought You Already Knew, But Didn’t Ideas seem to have a way of ingraining themselves in mass consciousness such that it is difficult, if not impossible, to uproot them. Get enough people …

It’s devolution baby! Destination nowhere under the stewardship of psychopaths

This article was originally published on SOTT.net, coauthored with Joe Quinn. “Diet, injections, and injunctions will combine, from a very early age, to produce the sort of character the authorities consider desirable.” ~ Bertrand Russell, The Impact of Science on Society. Anyone who has taken even a cursory look at what passes for human food …

Burying The Vegetarian Hypothesis

This article was originally published in Dot Connector magazine issue No.11, September 2010. In 1999, Sally Fallon published the instant classic, Nourishing Traditions. It was subtitled “The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats”; a curious turn of phrase not only because the book is so much more than a cookbook, but …

The ultimate dietary terror threat in 2015: Red meat (again)

This piece was originally published on SOTT.net, January 6, 2015. Where food science and dietetics are concerned, there has been a major hate-on for red meat in the mainstream media and academia since the 1950s. And when you scrutinize the issue, as I have done, you find that there is no (and has never been) …