BY Darcy Sturges in Eat Me on Jul 18, 2013 |
Huzzah! It’s an article about breastfeeding that doesn’t include shaming, ridicule, or a nursing mom being kicked off Facebook!Jackie Johnson-Smith had a very encouraging experience whilst dining out with her family: someone paid part of their tab. Because she was breastfeeding.When Johnson-Smith’s husband received the receipt for their meal, this lovely note was written on it:
“I bought one of your pizzas…please thank ... Read More
BY Laurel Walsh in Eat Me on Jul 11, 2013 |
You can't unsee it. Usually if you crack a rock open, you just find more rock. But apparently some rock innards are a bit more barfy.
The "Pyura chilensis" is a mysterious sea creature delightfully known as "period rock" to those who handle it. It’s found on the coasts of Chile and Peru, and it’s pretty boring on the surface: it looks like a rock, feels like a rock, and acts like a rock. It sits on top of other rocks and never, ever moves. So ... Read More
BY Emily Rems in Eat Me on Jul 10, 2013 |
I LOVE cereal—especially in the summer, when I’d rather chew glass than turn on a stove. But when cruising the aisles of my supermarket, it’s rare that I can actually find a brand that I want to eat. Often there’s something pesky in each ingredients list that keeps me from closing the deal (like gluten, added sugar, animal products, or icky chemical preservatives) and I’m left with nothing to pack my bowl.
That’s why I was ... Read More
BY Katharine Ernst in Eat Me on Jul 05, 2013 |
As much as I support mamas helping mamas and I’m 200% for breastfeeding, I just can’t find it in me to understand these lengths that women go to for vegan breast milk. Alicia Silverstone has used her blog, The Kind Life, to set up Kind Mama Milk Share for vegan moms to connect and donate breast milk.
Personally I think its great that women will drive and ship breast milk from far and wide to help other women in need. I really do. And I also ... Read More
BY Laurel Walsh in Eat Me on Jul 03, 2013 |
This is gross on way too many levels.
The German supermarket chain Esko is selling gendered sausages. WHAT DOES THAT EVEN MEAN.
Apparently the men’s sausages are made to be "hearty” and “strongly-spiced," while the lady meat is "lean," with “high-quality vegetables” and a “delicate sheep casing.” They’re versions of the same company’s product, yet they have different ingredients, different prices, and ... Read More