About MeDeborah White. Journalist, blogger, real food activist, coffee drinker. Founder, Editor-in-Chief of TheCrazyWoman.com and FakeFoodWatch.com. About.com/New York Times Co writer, editor for eight years.
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- "Here’s to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers, the round pegs in square holes. The ones who see things differently."
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- About Waffles, Fried Chicken and Freedom of Food Choice
- The FDA Deserves No Credit for Banning Trans Fats in 2013!
- Pro Athletes Hawking UnHealthy Foods: LeBron James, Peyton Manning, Serena Williams
- Chicken Nuggets Secrets: Mystery Ingredients, Dog Food Parts, Profits Galore
- Foster Farms Chicken Contamination Not Due to Gov't Shutdown, Is Repeat Offender
- McDonald's: More Devious Marketing, Dumbed Down Menu Changes
- McDonalds vs Flame Broiler: Kids Making Healthier Choices? Surprising Good News!
- Dieters as Profitable Yo-yos: Corporate Lures, Bamboozles
- Ag-Gag Laws to Hide Factory Farms: Good News and One Huge Caution
- Use This Food Policy Report Card for Congress to Force Change
Monthly Archives: March 2005
I’ve always heard about the “empty nest syndrome.” We still have one child at home, a 13 year old, and the full teenage parenting-experience in our future one last time, so we don’t yet have an empty nest. But still, … Continue reading
I don’t know why so many despise Martha Stewart. The woman is a positive-thinker. She appreciates beauty in all forms and surroundings. She looks to beautify life. She makes the best of every experience. She truly makes lemonade out of … Continue reading
Sometimes we’re called to drop everything and just be there…. I was here at my computer by 8 AM today, reading and responding to emails, scanning news, administrative chores….you know. It took longer than normal, so at 10 AM, I … Continue reading