Lauren E. Ladov

"What makes me one, and perhaps even unique, is the fact that you are and I am not you"
“But now, like fermenting jars, a rebellion bubbles inside the home”
published in eidé magazine here: http://issuu.com/eidemagazine/docs/full_issue_flatnobleed/86?e=0

But now, like fermenting jars, a rebellion bubbles inside the home”

published in eidé magazine here: http://issuu.com/eidemagazine/docs/full_issue_flatnobleed/86?e=0

Health, according to the medical dictionary, is a freedom. A “freedom from physical pain and disease.”


But this freedom seemingly comes at a price — a high one. One tacked to insurance companies, corporate industries, and chemicals. It works, for many, but how free can we be in such a system?
Published in eidé magazine here: http://issuu.com/eidemagazine/docs/full_issue_flatnobleed/56?e=0

Health, according to the medical dictionary, is a freedom. A “freedom from physical pain and disease.”

But this freedom seemingly comes at a price — a high one. One tacked to insurance companies, corporate industries, and chemicals. It works, for many, but how free can we be in such a system?

Published in eidé magazine here: http://issuu.com/eidemagazine/docs/full_issue_flatnobleed/56?e=0

"Amid the duets of neighboring chatter and clinks of stirring spoons, coffee unfetters revolutionary thought. Geoff Watts of Intelligentsia Coffee enlightens us with the thinking behind the Direct Trade approach to coffee."
Full article published in eidé magazine, here: http://issuu.com/eidemagazine/docs/thesavantissue/20?e=0

"Amid the duets of neighboring chatter and clinks of stirring spoons, coffee unfetters revolutionary thought. Geoff Watts of Intelligentsia Coffee enlightens us with the thinking behind the Direct Trade approach to coffee."

Full article published in eidé magazine, here: http://issuu.com/eidemagazine/docs/thesavantissue/20?e=0

“SOME LIKE IT HOT. SOME LIKE IT REALLY HOT. SOME LIKE IT SO HOT THAT THEIR EYES TEAR UP, THEIR HANDS CRAMP AND THEIR TONGUE, THROAT, AND LIPS CRINGE AND BURN FOR HOURS ON END.


We’ve pondered for centuries what separates humans from other living mammals, and one answer is such: humans like it hot, eating and enjoying chili peppers at will.”

Published in eidé magazine here: http://issuu.com/eidemagazine/docs/eide_fall_2013_issuu/10?e=0

SOME LIKE IT HOT. SOME LIKE IT REALLY HOT. SOME LIKE IT SO HOT THAT THEIR EYES TEAR UP, THEIR HANDS CRAMP AND THEIR TONGUE, THROAT, AND LIPS CRINGE AND BURN FOR HOURS ON END.

We’ve pondered for centuries what separates humans from other living mammals, and one answer is such: humans like it hot, eating and enjoying chili peppers at will.”

Published in eidé magazine here: http://issuu.com/eidemagazine/docs/eide_fall_2013_issuu/10?e=0

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