Cowspiracy: Methane-Hoofprint and Personal Choice

Cowspiracy: Methane-Hoofprint and Personal Choice by RM Allen, author of NH Goddess Chronicles series I watched Cowspiracy the other day and was disturbed on many levels. But not in the way you may think. Cowspiracy is a documentary about how the current methods of producing meat and dairy for the world are unsustainable, not toContinue reading “Cowspiracy: Methane-Hoofprint and Personal Choice”

A Goddess Goes to the “Common Ground” Fair

Orgasmagical Note: Sept COMMON GROUND Fair edition   SIMPLY: Green, Artsy, & Spiritual fun  September 2013: COMMON GROUND Fair Edition Happy Autumn Equinox my goddess sisters! Green: Any Goddess within 200 miles of Unity, Maine must attend the annual MOGFA.org  “Common Ground” Fair in September at the equinox featuring: Herb Tent, Political Action Tent, Solar Zone,Continue reading “A Goddess Goes to the “Common Ground” Fair”

A “Green” Sequin of Kindness

My friend Barbara P has created a very positive cable TV show out of Lowell, MA called “A Sequin of Kindness”. (A sequin is small, but it reflects a lot of light, just like a small act of kindness.) She interviews people about kind acts they have done, like donating a kidney. It is kindContinue reading “A “Green” Sequin of Kindness”

All Kale the Goddess

All Kale the Goddess Dec 2012 by RM Allen, author of The NH Goddess Chronicles series Kale. What is that weird cousin of lettuce, all gnarly and rubbery and atomic green? Tracey Miller knows. Last summer, Tracey gave me a big bundle of fresh kale and said it was super good for me. I amContinue reading “All Kale the Goddess”

The Whey of the Goddess

The Whey of the Goddess by RM Allen, http://www.nhgoddess.com   10/1/2012 “Little Miss Muffet, sat on a tuffet (a stool), eating her curds and whey.” We have all heard this nursery rhyme from 1805. Why would they let the poor little thing eat spoiled, stinky, curdled milk? The thought always made me gag. Thanks to theContinue reading “The Whey of the Goddess”

Lacto-Fermented Goddess

I saw the ad for a free demonstration of lacto-fermented cabbage at the library, and I had to go see it.  For a long time I knew I had to eat more fermented food, but I didn’t know quite what it was. I went, I saw, I tasted. I found out about an old cookbookContinue reading “Lacto-Fermented Goddess”