24 Jul '11, 4pm
Aspen House, eco-friendly B&B with a twist - Earthtimes
The research and investigations that led us to this conclusion have resulted in the publication of two books, The Food Maze and How To Eat Like There's No Tomorrow . The first has been described as a highly readable personal account of our journey, and the second sets out our ethos of removing our custom from global economic systems, wherever possible, and transferring it to a localised economy. Our experiences in doing this are open to discussion here at Aspen House, where an increasing number of guests are coming to find out more about why changing the way we eat is the ultimate green statement. Changing our lightbulbs makes a contribution to the solution, but changing the way we eat changes the way we live, and we become the heart of the solution.