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March 21st, 2011 21:05
Great video, really interesting and you’ve made it easy to understand what hiSbe is all about.
‘Sustainable Eating’ can sound very daunting and a little confusing but you both explained it so well here. Looking forward to your next video journal!
March 22nd, 2011 11:25
Thanks Joe, we’ve noticed you’ve been sharing a lot of our posts on twitter – thanks for spreading the word! :)
monica salgado /
March 21st, 2011 21:56
Really interesting. Waiting to hear more from you and from what we can do to contribute!
March 22nd, 2011 11:22
Thanks Monica – keep watching this space, more to come this week, and some very exciting stuff planned for a few weeks time that you’re not going to want to miss!
March 21st, 2011 22:24
it is trully amazing what you ve beeing doing and came up with!!
I have been watching stuff on you blogs, reading articles for 1h and will come back for all I ahve seen yet.
Great project, great ambition, great look and feel, great name, great team!!!!
I will need to spend even more time before to be able to find an improvement area!!
I will share of course, when I know how to do so!
All the best and succes in your Hisbe!!
March 22nd, 2011 11:27
Merci Laurence, c’est tres gentil!! We welcome any thoughts and input you want to give us… and if you want to add content to the blog yourself, just let me know :-)
Lisa Gratton /
March 22nd, 2011 10:41
Great video! Very informative and eloquent. I already understand more what it’s all about :)
Can’t wait for the next one..Suerte chicas..muy buena idea!!!
March 22nd, 2011 11:21
Thank you Lisa! We really appreciate all the sharing, liking and commenting you’ve been doing here and on FB :)
March 22nd, 2011 17:04
excellent video, so well done!!! lots of important information that all of us should know. Like you say in German: Der Mensch “ist” was er “isst”. (People “are” what they “are eating”). Well done girls!!!
March 23rd, 2011 9:00
Thanks for your support Astrid, feel free to share the info that interest you around your friends and contacts.
martin lewis /
March 22nd, 2011 18:10
Well done Ruth , this is some achievement-very good start and an interesting video. Amy and yourself seem to work really well together.
I’ll look forward to keeping in touch with the news.
Keep the passion and committment, that’s so evident.
March 23rd, 2011 9:03
Thanks for your support Martin. Yes, we do work well together and there are very few boardroom dramas!!
Judith van Til /
March 22nd, 2011 19:56
Very interesting stuff! Will follow the 2 of you for sure, as I am very much interested in the topic. Good luck!
March 23rd, 2011 9:04
Thanks Judith, feel free to share your thoughts and experiences in the blog :-)
Wendy Gosnell Long /
March 23rd, 2011 14:32
I am so with you ladies. Have just revamped our families diet based on some very basic principles learned during a fast and some food re-learning work. Amazing….when our diet is how it should be, then so is our life. A simple equation that takes some sophisticated people to help us undo what todays marketplace teaches us. Food is good. Only when you need it. Food is good. Only if it nourishes and not just fills. Food is good. But we need different things at different times of our life. Food is good. And best if its in a state that we can digest it healthily. Food is plentiful, but only if we dont’t destroy while collecting or processing it.
Good for you. Someone needed to do this.
March 23rd, 2011 14:45
Wendy, I love the way you put it and I couldn’t agree more… there’s an important growing trend towards appreciating food.
Food is Good.
and, happily, Good is In!
emma burnett /
March 30th, 2011 9:58
Well done Amy! (and Ruth)
Just had a look through your website. Very interesting! A lot of informative information on how we can help ourselves and make the right choices. Most of us aren’t aware of the impact we have on the world in our choice of where we buy our food, what’s in our food and where it comes from. Let alone what all this does to our bodies! I remember how shocked I was when I learned that one of Tescos sources of green beans came from a farming township in Africa where the workers are paid pennies and the village itself is poor and struggling for food. When the crops are harvested (after being sprayed with all sorts of chemicals) anything that is the wrong shape, size or too dirty to be sold are just dumped as waste before being flown into the UK. So thank you for bringing ethical advice and information to the nation!
Will there be any ideas on the website in the future for self sustaining? Tips for what you can plant and when in your own home? Mum ended up keeping a few chickens. Best eggs I’ve ever had and makes a good roast!
Keep up the good work ladies!
March 30th, 2011 10:47
Hi Emma (or can I call you Minger?!!!) – Ruth here. Yep, we will certainly get some info on here about growing your own stuff. Plus we are going to get some growing boxes going at hiSbe Central so we can see what it’s all about – that’s now my new mission!
Tu Nguyen /
July 9th, 2011 0:37
WOWSERS – Awesome stuff guys!
Your work really resonates with me (and the girls at MSL). We’ll be keeping an eye out for your upcoming video posts which I hope are not few and far between.
Great stuff, great idea and well done!
PS. Especially love the language.
January 20th, 2016 4:13
Greetings! I’ve been reading your weblog for a long
time now and finally got the bravery to go ahead and give
you a shout out from New Caney Texas! Just wanted to say keep up
the fantastic job!
email messages /
June 6th, 2016 12:47
Your style is very unique in comparison to other folks I have read stuff from.
Many thanks for posting when you have the opportunity, Guess I will just bookmark this web
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