Rebecca Reis-Miller (left) and Trish Strawn fulfilled their promise to eat only local food for three months.
'We Should Eat From Home'
“I believe we should eat from home. We would be healthier, we would be happier, and we would be better off economically,” said Strawn. “We would be happier because how can’t you be happy knowing you just bought this steak and are supporting six families?” As the weeks passed, news of their mission spread through word of mouth, Twitter, Facebook, and their website, GrowingSynergy.com. Restaurants and hotels invited the women to dine, cooking local dishes for ...
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