Saturday, November 13, 2010

Share A Plot and Dreaming Big!

I'm working on my Seitan Bacon recipe. It's almost there. When I get it right, I'll post it.

Today I taught a Raw Foods class and it re-awakened my passion for teaching! I just love it. I am so passionate about what I do, both in photography and creating healthy vegan food...

This is about my dream... my dream is to have a Community Kitchen were people can come together and create healthy and delicious foods for themselves and others. People could drop in a learn to cook. There would be a garden and greenhouses.

I think it can be done! Somehow!

I started a blog called Share A Plot. It is devote to connecting those with some extra land with those who need some land. It already has some links, but we need more. Go check it out and share the idea with everyone you know! I will be putting up a facebook page for it this week.

I really believe one family at a time is the way to start to change this on a global level. I know I have lofty goals, but I always have!  The fact is that the internet is International! Change happens one person at a time.

I am all over the place tonight.. but I am pumped up! If you have land, or even just a patio that can fit a container or two, please consider sharing it with a person or family in need. Start small over the winter! Offer a sunny spot in your home to grow some herbs.

6 comments:

  1. I am waiting with baited breath for your bacon recipe. Oh yeah!!

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  2. What a wonderful idea! I'm going to check out the new blog now!

    I love the idea of sharing homegrown produce and a community kitchen for sharing delicious food and ideas!

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  3. What a nice idea, it would be so cool if something like that could happen within every community!

    -Sophia
    http://whatyourmommadidntknow.blogspot.com/

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  4. Glad you had fun teaching today! It's always rewarding to do something you're passionate about.

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  5. I think that is a great idea! Our local neighborhood has formed a group. They clean up the hood, have parties, and have taken some donated land next to the Catholic church and have turned it into a community garden to feed the hungry.

    It's all volunteer, from prepping the land to planting the trees and seeds. Pretty exciting.

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  6. I can't wait for the seitan bacon recipe!

    Also, a community kitchen sounds like such a great idea!

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