10 Ways To Be The Perfect Farmers Market Customer

Posted by on May 21, 2014 in Blog, Thoughts, Uncategorized

Want to get the most out of your market experience and make yourself every vendor’s favorite customer? Keep It Real Food Co. had its beginning in farmer’s markets, and it’s how we built our customer base. While we won’t be selling at farmers markets this year, many other awesome vendors will be. We want you […]

What does my diabetes mean for you?

Posted by on Apr 27, 2013 in Blog, Foods, Thoughts

I didn’t used to talk much about my diabetes. Not only did it seem irrelevant, but it was important to me that people got to know me for me and not my disease. This started to change in the last ten or so years when I became more and more interested in nutrition and food. […]

The Sugar Debate

Posted by on Mar 18, 2013 in Blog, Books, Foods, Thoughts

There have been several articles in the news recently discussing sugar and it’s affect on our bodies. I’m more than relieved that we’re finally paying attention to this issue, but it’s certainly a complicated one. My relationship to sugar is also a complicated one (because of my type 1 diabetes). Many people believe that people […]

New Beginnings

Posted by on Jan 1, 2013 in Blog, Thoughts

I started my first food business, Grain Expectations, in the summer of 2011. Things really got going when I began selling at Seattle Farmers Markets in 2012. Selling at the markets has been the perfect opportunity to interact with customers and introduce my products. I have learned a ton, gotten some great feedback, and absolutely love trading leftovers for amazing produce at […]