Thursdays are Book Club day

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by Tsh

Tsh is the founder of this blog and is currently traveling around the world with her husband and 3 kids. Her latest book is Notes From a Blue Bike, and believes a passport is one of the world's greatest textbooks.

Today is Book Club day, where it’s the final day we’re discussing In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto by Michael Pollan.

This week we’re on Part IV —  Not Too Much: How to Eat. I loved this final part of the book because it gives such concrete, do-able advice, and it leaves us with encouragement that eating well can be done.

The forums are open, so please join the discussion! We’ll be discussing this part of Part IV all week, so hop over there and share your thoughts, even if you haven’t yet finished this section.

I hope those of you reading have gleaned some insight and inspiration for feeding your family.  I’ve loved this book, and it’s been a great compendium to last year’s book, Animal, Vegetable, MiraclePlease share your final thoughts about In Defense of Food over in the forums.

We’ll then take a break from the Book Club as I go on maternity leave, and then we’ll visit the topic of when and how to start again.  Book clubs are a community effort, so if I’m the only one willing to throw out questions and get some conversations started, it’s a lot of pressure on me to make it work.  If you’re truly interested in being part of the Club, I need to know from you that you’re willing to take initiative.  Thanks, friends.

Head here for information on how the Book Club works.  If you’ve never participated, you only need to sign in the forums and jump in!

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