21 Days for World Hunger – Day 12: Why Organic Farming?

Today is Day 12. I just passed the midway point of this 21 Days for World Hunger ordeal experience. I keep telling myself, “Just get through to next Wednesday, and then you’re home…

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21 Days for World Hunger – Days 10-11: Can Small-scale Farming Feed the World?

Yep. Click the image below to learn more. The plan was to talk about Asia today. But when I received an email from Environmental Working Group (EWG) with such an uber-cool infographic (click…

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21 Days for World Hunger – Day 9: Plenty of Soy Solutions in Latin America

Today, Day 9, of 21 Days for World Hunger, I am focusing on Latin America. I’m in a much better mood than yesterday. You’re welcome. Hunger in Latin America  I’m spending…

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21 Days for World Hunger – Day 8: The Language of Hunger

Whine No Dine Anxiety fueled by sleeplessness and compounded by calorie reduction is running the show right now. I didn’t really think this through well. Cranking out nearly a post…

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21 Days for World Hunger – Day 7: One Small NGO Making a Big Impact in Ethiopia

Well, I made it to Day 7. A part of me is celebrating for completing 30% of this World Hunger Souljourn, and another part of me is kind of depressed,…

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21 Days for World Hunger – Days 5-6: “Where Does She Get Her Protein??”

Today is Day 6 of 21 Days for World Hunger. One more day, and I’m 30% of the way through and counting. This post includes data from my nutritional intake…

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21 Days for World Hunger – Day 4: The Nameless Hungry

Today is Day 4. Wow. This 21 Days for World Hunger is really tossing me about. It’s going so painstakingly slow yet so headspinningly fast.I was really feeling it, this…

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21 Days for World Hunger – Day 3: Finish Your Plate, There are Children Starving in Ethiopia

Finish your plate. There are children starving in Ethiopia.   I’m sure I wasn’t the only American kid that heard those dreaded words sitting at the supper table staring down…

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21 Days for World Hunger – Day 2: Alarming and Curious Statistics

According to the World POPClock, as of 1:13 UTC September 26, 2016, the total population of the World was projected at 7,341,907,137. During spring of 2010 I conducted my first 21…

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21 Days for World Hunger: Day 1 The Food Justice Diet

World Hunger 795 million people in the world go hungry every day as reported by the UN’s World Food Programme.  That’s 11% of the world’s population – people – living with hunger.…

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