[permaculture] Natural Dental Care Workshop in Central Texas

carolyn anderson cschampagne at gmail.com
Mon May 9 10:59:40 EDT 2011

I sent an email before asking about some kind of recorded offering of this
course for those of us who can't get to it in person.  Will something become
available after the fact? Thanks.

On Sun, May 8, 2011 at 10:30 PM, Marjory <forestgarden at gvtc.com> wrote:

> Please forward to those who might be interested!
> What would it be like to never need to go to a dentist ever again in
> your life?
> Alternatives to Dentists 5/15/11 (9am-4pm):  Learn how to clean your
> teeth without brushes, floss, or paste, how to handle cracked or chipped
> teeth, treating cavities and abscesses, and gum disease.  Also learn
> simple and powerful methods for treating deep infections without using
> anti-biotics.  Taught by Doug Simons who has lived primitively for the
> last three decades in the Gila wilderness; Doug has some amazing info to
> bring to the civilized world.  Only $75  www.backyardfoodproduction.com
> Want to experience a free source of high quality protein and fat?
> Bug Festival 5/15/11 (5 - 7pm):  Alan Davisson has been eating insects
> for the last 6 years.  He will demonstrate how to utilize this important
> source of protein and fat in a fun and entertaining way.  You'll learn
> what is safe to eat, how to prepare, the nutritional content, methods
> for catching, and getting over the 'yuck' factor.  This will be the
> fourth time we've had Alan out for this big party where we all eat bugs
> together and it is a seriously good time.  The kids take to it like its
> a natural thing. Only $10   www.backyardfoodproduction.com
> This is where the really interesting people show up.  The networking
> alone will be amazing.  Both events on May 15th, 2011 in Red Rock, TX -
> about 45 miles SE of Austin.  Go to www.backyardfoodproduction.com to
> get more info and to register.
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