HandPicked People: Raluca Schachter
As we've built up our community here at HandPicked Nation, we have met some truly incredible farmers, ranchers, makers and thinkers in the real food movement. Which prompted the thought, why not share a little more about the real people of real food with our readers?
Welcome to another addition of HandPicked People!
Today, we're getting a closer look at Raluca Schachter. Raluca's been an incredible addition to the collective voice of HandPicked Nation, with excellent articles ranging from the state of raw milk in Romania to switching up the family vacation with a stay on a sustainable farm!
Name: Raluca Schachter
Occupation: Nutritionist and Metabolic Typing Advisor®
Current City: Garden Grove, California
Describe what you do in 10 words or less. Help people get healthier, real food and ancestral wisdom activism.
Describe real food in one sentence. Real food is what your great-grandmother could recognize as food and would be able to pronounce it.
What's your first food memory? Pastured eggs with two egg yolks, Oxheart tomatoes and big red and yellow cherries, from organic, local growers.
If you were a food or flavor, what would you be? A bouquet of aromatic herbs like lemon verbena, basil, oregano and marjoram.
What are the 5 food things you must always have on hand? Pastured butter, grass fed meat, aromatic herbs, fresh veggies, celtic salt
What is the one professional rule you NEVER break? I don't impose my health views on other people; people that are ready for change and help will come.
What's going to be your next meal? Chimichurri wild salmon with baked Japanese yam and pastured butter.
Did we miss anything? Let us know what kinds of questions you want us to ask in the comments below!
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