Big Mahalo to Donna Maltz for an excellent presentation and demonstration on cultured vegetables!
For over 30 years I have strived to be a socially responsible entrepreneur focused on producing and serving food that is good for people and the planet. In 1982 I was one of the first graduates from the Organic Farm Program at Evergreen State College. I then went on to start The Fresh Sourdough Express, the first natural foods bakery & café in Alaska, dedicated to serve local and organic food. In 1992 I brought the message of food responsibility to the national level and created and branded AH!LASKA, the first organic & fair trade cocoa and chocolate syrup company in the nation. The sale of AH!LASKA company, in 2000 sparked a new business, “A Memorable Experience,” an ecofriendly Bed & Breakfast and wedding services, where I performed over 100 wedding ceremonies and accommodated people from around the world.
I am currently a student at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, where I have been trained in more than one hundred dietary theories and studied a variety of practical lifestyle coaching methods. Drawing on all my experience and this knowledge, I specialize in coaching entrepreneurs and individuals choosing to make a change and help them to create a personalized “roadmap to health” that suits their unique body, lifestyle, preferences, and goals encompassing soil to soul solutions. More information can be found at www.yourchoicetochange.com
Here Donna explains how she began her journey culturing and fermenting vegetables.