You will all be glad to hear that my blog reorganisation is, more or less, complete. All those gardens and wanderings around Hampstead Heath in lockdown have been banished to their own blog, WalksonHampsteadHeath, and our forays into salon chamber music have been given their own blog too, at SalonMusic. So now those of you who are interested neither in salon music nor in striding across Hampstead Heath can unsubscribe yourselves from both of those blogs.
And this leaves this blog free to focus on food allergy, freefrom, health policy, electrosensitivity and all things related thereunto, even if sometimes somewhat tenuously. Plus the occasional random post which just will not be kept out – like the rest of this blog.
A bit of slow watching to relax you for the weekend. Two boats going through one side of the double lock on the River Lee in Tottenham last weekend.
William Overington, a regular commenter on this blog says that ‘there is a concept in virtual world technology called ‘clicking-in’ where after a while it is as if one is there. Longer videos are very good for this. Watch with full screen display and even though it is a flat picture and there is a black plastic frame around it, after a few minutes with gentle movement and no viewpoint jumps you feel as though you are ‘there’ in a virtual sense.’
As you will hear, the wind was blowing hard and was coming straight in from Russia so be glad that, even if you are ‘there’ in a virtual sense, you are not there for real. It was freezing…..
Now back to allergy – a report, thanks to the Anaphylaxis Campaign, on the allergy risks posed by vending machines, and a discussion of our No Top 14 category in the recently opened FreeFrom Food Awards – both coming up very soon.