The fine print

I am, first and foremost, a storyteller. I am second a person with shoddy long-term memory. I often change up the names of people, or mix up storylines — sometimes intentionally (to keep my friends around), sometimes not. I do not willingly mislead, but also won’t swear by anything I write in a court of law. Except the whole part about my hating cilantro.

The Amazon links in my posts are affiliate links. This means that if you click on them, and then buy the product, I’ll get a percentage of the sale. To keep this in perspective: it took about 8 months to get my first Amazon payment: a gift card for $12. If you would prefer to not contribute to this inflow of cash, you can open a new window and do a fresh search for the product. I will be none the wiser!

Other affiliate links will always be disclosed. As will any compensation or product provision for review. Any and all reviews will always be my honest opinion. I’m not here to sell you on anything other than cooking good food.

Also, newsflash: I am not a doctor, dietitian, nutritional counselor, or guru, in any way, shape, or form. I’m just a mom who reads a lot, likes to regurgitate what she reads, and has a penchant for opinions. You should take everything I write with a fine umber grain of mineral-rich unrefined sea salt.