When cooking smaller meals, save energy & time by using a microwave or a toaster oven rather than heating up your full-size oven.
If you can’t afford or just don’t have access to Organic food…don’t worry, there are still ways to protect yourself from the pesticides. For Produce: Buy fresh vegetables and fruits in season. When long storage and long-distance shipping are not required, fewer pesticides are used on the produce. Trim tops and the very outer portions… Read More »
Before stashing your dinner leftovers in the fridge, let them cool to room temperature. This will keep the fridge from working overtime to chill them out & save you money on your energy bill.
Looking for yummy organic treats for your Easter baskets this year? How about trying these awesome Vegan fair trade, organic chocolate truffles. A total of nine mouth-watering, bursting with flavor truffles so unbelievably good, no one would suspect they’re dairy-free as well! These rich velvety chocolates capture all the qualities of a fine truffle. Enjoy… Read More »
When you are in the grocery store shopping and have the option to buy a product in a metal can or a glass jar…go with the glass jar. That’s because the inside of many metal cans are lined with a plastic liner that contains the chemical Bisphenol A or commonly abbreviated as BPA, which is… Read More »
Looking for something sweet without all the junk. Try YummyEarth Organic Lollipops. Born out of our commitment to feed kids a diet rich in delicious organic foods that are free of yucky chemicals, pesticides and dyes. YummyEarth tastes much better than mass produced chemical candy because we choose real fruit extracts and plant friendly organic… Read More »
Use reusable containers to pack your lunch or other snacks on the go. By using a reusable lunch box you help keep disposable plastic baggies and other packaging out of our landfills, oceans, and animal habitats.
If your are looking for ways to green up your Thanksgiving celebration this year, look no further. Here are the top 10 green tips to make your Thanksgiving as eco-friendly as possible. 1- Go organic: An organic Thanksgiving feast is not only healthy and tasty, but can also help the environment. Free-range turkey, fresh vegetables… Read More »
What is a Flextarian? A Flextarian is a Vegetarian that eats meat on rare occasions. Why should I become a Flextarian? Because raising produce is “cheaper,” in terms of energy, than raising animals. How can I become a Flextarian? Swap out one meat dish a week for a veggie plate.
Every wonder what labels actually mean on products? Here are 5 eco-labels that draw attention to the good that their products do for the environment. USDA Organic What it means: Food is produced without antibiotics, genetic engineering or most synthetic fertilizers, and pesticides. Seen on food products. Rainforest Alliance Certified What it means: Companies harvesting… Read More »