Monday, February 22, 2010

Getting on with it

It's February and I have until November to get everything finished. Some days it seems like 30,000 words isn't enough, other days it seems daunting and I feel pressure to get writing.

1,000 down, 29,000 to go! I'm not in an intensive writing phase just yet. I'm still trying to get my ideas in order.

Here's the general outline of my research:

Literature review:

  1. Traditional nutrition: General overview of nourishing traditions and the research of Dr. Weston A. Price

  2. The Weston A. Price Foundation: What has been written about WAPF – academically? Non-academic? Written by them? (I'm struggling with this at the moment. Very little has been written about WAPF academically)

  3. Key ideas of the WAPF – case study: fat (I've done some research on this before)

  4. Other similar movements, compare key ideas: Bio-dynamic, organic, slow food, etc.

  5. Movement in a global context - new social movements

  6. Blogs – what they are etc.

Empirical research:

  1. Methodology

  2. Blog research (I will expand on this later)

Now for some food...

Sourdough french toast with maple syrup and yogurt

This recipe is very simple, almost so simple that I don't need to explain it at all.

Two eggs
1/4 cup cream
Six small pieces of sourdough bread
Butter, salt and cinnamon to taste
Maple syrup and yogurt

Mix the eggs with the cream, add a pinch of salt and sprinkle of cinnamon. Soak bread in the egg mixture and then fry in butter until golden. Serve with maple syrup and yogurt. Eat immediately!

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