Gordon Watson sent us this story from the Vancouver Sun about an innovative local restaurant that (although it’s not mentioned in the story) is also a drop off point for Home on the Range cowshare members. From what’s said in the story it sounds as though these folks follow the Weston A. Price approach to healthy eating using nutrient-dense foods:
Jazmin Riddell, Tessa Pauls (3 months), Barbara Schellenberg (Tessa's mom) and sister Fiona Schellenberg of the Ethical Kitchen in North Vancouver. On the table is a beef burger, beef stock, borscht, pastries and a "Jitterbug" (a chocolate cake made with esspresso). Photograph by: Stuart Davis, Vancouver Sun
“Restaurant Review: Like Walking into Someone’s Kitchen
1600 McKay Rd., North Vancouver (across from Indigo Books). 604-988-6280. wwww.ethicalkitchen.com.
Open Tuesday to Friday, 8:30 to 6; Saturday, 10 to 5.
VANCOUVER – The name: Ethical Kitchen. The ambience: a lighter shade of The Naam. The staff: wholesome young women with fresh faces. Food: 99-per-cent organic. First impression: It’s a vegetarian haven, a Birkenstock collective.
So what a surprise – I had the most delicious, juicy burger here. The beef stew was crammed with very good beef. I could have had an equally meaty, juicy sausage on a bun.
When you put together the bits and pieces of information posted on the cooler display, you realize Ethical Kitchen is an unexpected mix of healthy and sustainable and lots of meat. Continue reading