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reviewed Ice Pop Joy. April 09, 2011
posted in Eco-Babyz
Ice Pop Joy
  With summer approaching I am really looking forward to serving cold healthy snacks to my daughter and any kids visiting. For the most part because I've got my hands on Ice Pop Joy, an indispensable …
posted a Quick Tip about Currently Available Programs from Fed.... March 31, 2011
Currently Available Programs from Federal And State Governments for HomeOwners
Check out this article: Are you worried about your current and future oil, gasoline, electric and natural gas bills? Would you be willing to try solar panels, wind technology or another renewable energy …
posted a Quick Tip about solarflairlighting.com. March 31, 2011
posted in Green Living
www.solarflairlighting.com
good info, good response time for customers. What do you think?
reviewed Victoria Design Studio. March 25, 2011
posted in Eco-Babyz
Victoria Design Studio
I think investing in feeding your family good quality, healthy food without chemicals is the most important step in green living. But if you can afford other things like healthier bedding, by all means …
reviewed The Gourmet Butcher... from Farm to T.... March 24, 2011
posted in Sustainablog
The Gourmet Butcher... from Farm to Table
The Gourmet Butcher DVD set teaches you how to cut beef, lamb, and pork carcasses into primal and retail cuts and how to cook these cuts. They included general cooking advice and several recipes. The …
reviewed Journey into Amazing Caves. March 20, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
Journey into Amazing Caves
The film follows two cavers (ladies, might I add) who went around caving in Southwest and then Greenland into the ice-caves, some 500 ft below. Lead by a French specialist (Luke), the trio descended into …
posted a Quick Tip about English Retreads. March 18, 2011
posted in Eco-Chick
So neat that they can recycle plastic and rubber into stylish handbags and other accessories!
reviewed The Organic Woombie. March 07, 2011
posted in Mongabay
The Organic Woombie
I am a grandmother who owns 2 websites. My first website was born because I am the grandmother of 2 preemies. The first was a little girl who was born at just 26 weeks and weighted just 1 lb 15 oz. As …
posted a Quick Tip about Nikko Blue Hydrangea. March 06, 2011
posted in ENN Community
Nikko Blue hydrangea
I love all perennials...in my garden, I have some hydrangea mophead and nikko blue; one from home depot or big box are NOT organic and always die. support your local organic nursery. I plant a lot of …
posted a Quick Tip about Food, Inc.. March 06, 2011
posted in ENN Community
Food, Inc.
read china study as well; both books are very informative as to why we need to radically change our diet for our own heatlh and health of the planet, as well as defang industrial animal abuse system
posted a Quick Tip about Mothering. March 06, 2011
Mothering Magazine
So incredibly sad to learn Mothering is no longer in print! They have decided to cease printing and publication, but will still be an online company, love their website! At least that's not going anywhere. …
Do One Green Thing: Save the Earth Through Simple
I'm not a tree hugger or an organic apple fiend. I like my meat to come from a cow, my showers extra steamy, my strawberries as cheap as can be, and my water bottled and of "natural spring" …
posted a Quick Tip about Animal Wellfare Approved. March 02, 2011
posted in Sustainablog
verifying free range farming
With so much green-washing in the market today, how can you be sure that any labels on your meat or dairy products mean anything? Naturally raised? Sustainably raised? Free Range? These terms have little …
posted a Quick Tip about The Gourmet Butcher... from Farm to T.... March 01, 2011
The Gourmet Butcher... from Farm to Table
Don't forget the offal when dressing your deer. Grilled venison heart is delicious!
posted a Quick Tip about Boiron Oscillococcinum for Children. February 25, 2011
posted in Eco-Babyz
Boiron Oscillococcinum for Children
Works great for prevention if you know you'll be in a crowd during flu season and also really good to take at the first onset of fever/chills. In our experience it stops the illness from progressing and …
posted a Quick Tip about Composting. February 24, 2011
posted in Sustainablog
Composting
Got leftover wine? Yeah, I know, it's a rarity here, too... but when you do, pour it into your compost bin, pile, or other receptacle... it works as a compost starter.
reviewed The Gourmet Butcher... from Farm to T.... February 22, 2011
posted in Sustainablog
The Gourmet Butcher... from Farm to Table
Spent some time this weekend with Cole Ward's new video series The Gourmet Butcher... from Farm to Table, and learned a lot about the process of taking a quarter of beef, a hog carcass, etc., and …
posted a Quick Tip about Precycling. February 21, 2011
posted in Mongabay
Precycling
Precycling is really just about buying less junk you don't actually need. Ever since I left my full time job to stay home with the baby (and work from home part-time) we have been a lot more selective …
posted a Quick Tip about Freecycling. February 21, 2011
posted in Grist
Freecycling
My daughter is dressed mostly in 'freecycled' clothing from relatives, there is so much to go around I can't even imagine throwing it away, what a huge waste. Craigslist is great for this purpose, I've …
reviewed Supernana. February 18, 2011
posted in Eco-Babyz
supernana
Living in a home on a concrete slab in the Northeast of the U.S. can get quite chilly, especially in the winter months. It's beautiful in the summer and keeps our home cool, but in February you don't …
reviewed Bright Green Dishwasher Detergent. February 18, 2011
Bright Green Dishwasher Detergent
I tried the powder version of the Bright Green and it works great. Cascade changed the powder formula and it's just awful, makes your plastics all white and it stinks. This is unscented and my dishes …
reviewed "Inside a Slaughterhouse". February 15, 2011
posted in Sustainablog
Once again, the original credit for this find goes to our writer ziggy, who reviewed this video at our blog. Like him, I found this pretty tame, especially coming from an investigative reporter. No questions …
posted a Quick Tip about Organic Gardening. February 14, 2011
posted in Sustainablog
Organic Gardening
Thinking about your Spring garden yet? I am... and one practice I plan to experiment with this year is companion planting. That is, I'll be thinking about how some plants benefit the growth/survival …
posted a Quick Tip about Agave Nectar. February 13, 2011
posted in Mongabay
The marketing campaigns advertising agave as 'healthy' have worked well. I thought it was too. I never tried it or intended to (I use maple syrup and honey), but just like the soy hype it has …
posted a Quick Tip about Wool Socks. February 11, 2011
posted in Awesomeness
Your favorite brands of wool socks (organic or not)?
Well, that depends. I knit socks for myself all the time, and the yarn is generally wool blended with nylon or another synthetic. I can wear those comfortably, and they're very warm. But 100% wool …
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