Melinda Gonzalez is an anthropologist, poet, author, and activist devoted to food justice and food rights. She has been a vegetarian for 20 years and is the mother of a toddler. She wants you to have access to affordable, organically grown, and healthy food. Melinda’s cuisine is high raw, vegetarian, paleo-friendly, gluten-free, and organic with a Latin twist.
Through her work as a poet, Melinda has published two books, which are available for sale via lulu.com. As an anthropologist, she has traveled to 8 countries to learn about local cultures and the struggles that motivate individuals to act. Melinda has dedicated her life to food security for all people.
Her book, “L.I.V².E. (Latin-Inspired Vegan & Vegetarian Eats),” has over 50 recipes and informational sections on organic food labeling, how to eat non-gmo on a budget, and the importance of buying locally grown produce. To learn more about Melinda and to read her blog posts, visit www.organicmelinda.com/blog.
Melinda is also available for consultations and workshops.
If you have any questions, you can reach Melinda at firstname.lastname@example.org.