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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- Of Faith, Beach Cottages and Lukewarm Coffee
- Dishes Men Like, Circa 1952
- Humbled by Lesson from Homeless Couple
- Rethinking Mayberry, California: Wasting My Taxes in 2013
- Our 2012 Holiday Season Letter: Lessons, Books, Baseball
- Book Review: Where’d You Go, Bernadette?
- Snagging Starbucks Big Soothing Deal: Merry Christmas to Me
- Contact me at DeborahCWhite@gmail.com
- Walmart Hypocrisy: Hunger Campaign that Doesn't Address Real Hunger
- The Rise and Sad Demise of an Iconic American Product: Killing Knott's Berry Farm Foods
- Oreos, Cheetos, Twinkies, Doritos: Home Baking as Rebellion Against Industrial Food
- "Salt Sugar Fat" - Stunning Big Food Tactics to Hook, Trick, Harm Americans
- Ballpark Food: New Gluttony and County-Fair Grotesqueness
- Autism and GMO Foods, Pesticides, Industrial Foods
- Gaudy New Frito-Lay Chips Embody Wrongs of U.S. Industrial Foods
- Mayor Bloomberg's Silly, Arbitrary Ban on Soft Drinks: Public Health Politics Run Amok
- New Nabisco Triscuits: We Made a Real-Food Dent in Industrial Fake Foods!
- How to Avoid Eating Horse Meat, Other Mystery Meats
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Continued from Part One: Crazy Woman Blog Post on June 30, 2005 Armed with enough verified data to begin searching for living relatives of Fay, I penned my now-infamous June 30, 2005 blog post which began: “Her name was Fay … Continue reading
Many have asked about my search for the family roots of my maternal grandmother, by birth. (See Searching for Fay, Finding Myself.): 1. How did I conduct my search? 2. How long did it take to find info? 3. What … Continue reading