Synopses & Reviews
For more than thirty years, writer Donna Schaper, author of Living Well While Doing Good has been known as a crunchy activist. She has supported community gardens, school lunch movements, and now the slow food movement.Her latest book, Sacred Chow: Some Holy Ways to Eat is a comic and spiritual addition to the voices that are touting the greening and local and slow food movements. She uses sacred texts to talk about deep changes that will let us be green and safe.She writes of eating in a sustainable way on all levels at once - biologically, spiritually, politically, economically, and aesthetically. Sacred Chow is as much about spiritual sustenance as it is about food, and both topics are treating in a gloriously engaging fashion.
For more than 30 years, Schaper, author of "Living Well While Doing Good" has been known as a "crunchy" activist. Her latest book is a comic and spiritual addition to the voices that are touting the greening and local and slow food movements.