Thank you to everyone who shared their experiences, ideas, and opinions about what it means or doesn't mean to shop local and/or organic. It's something that's an every errand day choice, and one that we shouldn't worry too much about because ultimately, both are aiming for good things. Your comments got me thinking about other things we do, like how we are more willing to buy for health and taste reasons over anything else. I hope you will think about what your choices mean, and that you educate yourself and make them with intention and knowledge, not simply because it's the norm, or newest trend because guess what? no food trend is really ever a "new" thing. I know that I am always learning, and that's what makes life (and eating) so enjoyable.
I want to help you learn and experience new things, so I am doing a small giveaway in honor of the upcoming holiday. Chinese New Year is in two weeks, and I want one of my readers to try some of my favorite asian snacks. Really, I wish you all could try them, but I am only choosing one reader to win a small care package with a taste of each. check out today's zupas post about my favorite asian snacks (to see if you even really want to enter) then leave a comment here by next friday!
a few things:
- you have one week to enter. this giveaway closes friday, january 28th whenever i close the comments.
- winner will be chosen at random + announced at the bottom of this post.
- please leave a reliable e-mail for me to contact you. if there is no e-mail to contact you with, i pick again = you lose = sad day.
- anonymous comments don't count.
- i can only send to those in the USofA, sorry.
surprise! I picked two winners!
Well, husband picked them to be exact. He's good at that, I never know what numbers he will choose, makes it suspenseful + exciting; like a csa pick-up.
congratulations you two, you should have gotten an email from me.