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Brie Cadman

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Brie Cadman

I am the editor of three channels here at DivineCaroline:&nbsp;Body and Soul, Home and Food, and Neighborhood and World. While these might seem like disparate topic areas, I believe that sustainability, health, and food are all inextricalby linked. I have a degree in biochemistry and a master's in public health; sometimes I actually put them to use. Besides being a semi-productive member of society, I am also proud of the fact I have completed a half-ironman, trekked the Annapurnas, bottled wine, and seen Jerry Garcia in concert more times than any developing mind should be allowed. I am known for making deliciously strong cocktails and being irreverant. Shameless promotional plug: my family owns Tulocay Winery, which makes damn fine Pinots, Zins, and Cabs. If you are visiting Napa Valley, our winery is not to be missed. Follow me at <a href="http://twitter.com/bcheesey">twitter.com/bcheesey</a>.<br />

Stories by Brie Cadman

On a recent trip to Panama, the night sky greeted me with something I’m not used to here in California—bright green flashes of light that...
A friend of mine swears her penchant for malted milkshakes is due to her mom’s daily consumption of them when she was pregnant. And many people...
Mention the word “triathlon” and most people’s eyes bug out and their heads shake. The usual response is “Oh, that sounds...
Vegetable gardening has many benefits—for the environment, your health, and your wallet. Yet growing your own does not come without its...
When my sister, a bartender, wanted to play a joke on a friend of mine, she offered him a free shot of the grossest thing she could think of: Pernod...
Overthrown presidents, wars, death, and national emergencies—it might seem strange that these drastic outcomes could be due to something as...
Removing a large patch lawn seems like a major hassle, but it’s actually quite easy. One of the cheapest and least backbreaking ways to do it...
Paris has Vélib, Copenhagen has the Bycyklen system, and Spaniards get around with Barcelona’s Bicing. Bike share programs are a common...
The global economic slowdown is bad news for most sectors, but the one upshot might be the environment. As factories close, consumption declines, and...
It used to be that the mere mention of the word fat sent health conscious eaters into retreat mode. Fat was to be avoided at all costs, and the lower...
With blossoms blooming and the sun shining, spring has officially sprung. And the longer days and floral aromas can only mean one thing (besides...
Square and rectangle patches of green seem to be as much a hallmark of American suburbia as the two-car garage and the barbeque. Although we still...
It seems that water shortages and droughts are the new norm for certain parts of the United States, especially in the western, southwestern, and...
For most women, increased appetite, moodiness, and fatigue are normal occurrences during “that time of the month.” But to a...
As much as food changes with the trends, one thing remains consistent—there’s always something new to try. Whether it’s an unusual...

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