The March potluck was a return to our movie night as we screened the film Captain Fantastic. Captain Fantastic tells the story of a father devoted to raising his six kids with a rigorous physical and intellectual education being forced to leave his paradise and enter the world, beginning a journey that challenges his idea of what it means to be a parent. The film raises many themes which Weston A. Price members can relate to, such as living off the grid in the wilderness, foraging, hunting, and growing your own food, and homeschooling while living in a world that is capitalistic and consumeristic. Continue reading
The July 2017 potluck event was another ethnic night. In the earlier days of the Weston A. Price Pasadena chapter, we held many potlucks looking at different cultures and the traditional foods they. After an absence of ethnic nights for a few years, we’ve revived the series with Mexican ethnic night earlier this year and a Filipino cooking meeting next month. But for the past month’s it was all about Jewish cuisine. Continue reading
Our barter night yielded an amazing assortment of miscellaneous items and traditionals foods. Thanks to Sherwood Bradshaw and Steven Roberts, it almost felt like a mini Flea Market!
Thank you to all our WAPF Pasadena Chapter members and friends who braved the cold and rainy weather to once again meet up as a traditional whole foods community that celebrates health and healing. Continue reading