I blog not only to think, write and get word out there, obviously, but also to have robust comments where information, anecdotes, experiences, and specific knowledge get shared in a crowdsource sort of way. In the past, I usually had time to field questions I’d receive in email, via Facebook, Google+, etc.
With the explosion of Resistant Starch it has become next to impossible and I’ve had to resort to shortcut-text replies. Not only do I have dozens of unanswered emails from the past week, but this morning noticed like 100 messages in Facebook I hadn’t noticed. So, here’s what goes out.
Regrettably, I am no longer able to answer individual questions via email, Facebook messaging, Google+, etc. I do try to participate in the blog comments at freetheanimal.com as much as possible. The most likely way to get your important question answered is to use the search function on the blog, select a relatively recent post that relates to your question, and then ask it in a comment. No guarantee, but either myself or another reader will likely be able to get to it and it will have the advantage of potentially answering someone else’s same question.
I’ve also added Resistant Starch to the blog menu so that it’s easy to get to all the posts numbering about 60 or so at this point, with thousands of comments. There’s a lot of knowledge and experience out there, so use it.