The Culture of Culture

My favorite part of any trade show is meeting customers who come up to our display and introduce themselves as old friends. Many of our customers know us by name and feel part of our “family”! It’s so nice to meet people we’ve talked to by email or phone, and get to know them in person.

One of our customers today shared with me her pleasure at meeting us all, and spoke about “the culture of culture.” She said that being at a conference like this impressed upon her the importance of working in community to share ideas and products, and learn from each other in order to create a community of real-food enthusiasts. “Just as bacteria work together to form a culture that will transform food, people work together to make a culture that can transform the world.”

Isn’t that beautiful?

Rosalyn

Rosalyn

Rosalyn has homeschooled both of her children, now grown, and continues to teach classes to homeschool groups and do homeschool consulting. She is also a nutritional coach, and enjoys helping people learn about healthy foods and how to prepare them. She is an avid cook and likes to experiment with new ways of putting together whole foods and cultured products. Kombucha is a favorite, in many flavors. Summer finds her kitchen full of fermenting vegetables, and year-round she makes yogurt, milk and water kefir, buttermilk, and sour cream.

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