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3 Ultra-Satisfying Vegetarian Fall Soup Recipes

3 Ultra-Satisfying Vegetarian Fall Soup Recipes

Image via: Sneakerdog Every year, when it starts getting cold, I crave soups and stews packed with greens and garlic. To me, it’s the ultimate […]

by × November 9, 2009 × 6 comments

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Eco-Luxe Fun at the Go Green Expo

Eco-Luxe Fun at the Go Green Expo

The Eco-Luxe Go Green Expo hit New York recently, showcasing environmentally responsible luxe goodies. The Rouge Tomate restaurant, known for its locally-grown menu and fresh […]

by × September 27, 2009 × 1 comment

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People Won't Change for the Environment (on my campus)

A recent article outlines a pretty simplistic poll conducted in London about people’s willingness to change their behaviour for the good of the planet. A […]

by × September 3, 2009 × 2 comments

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You Might Be an Eco Chick If…..

You Might Be an Eco Chick If…..

….you’ve decided that since you’ve made it this far this summer without A/C, you’re just going to keep going and tough it out, just to […]

by × August 6, 2009 × 3 comments

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How Sustainable is Your Favorite Wine? Greenopia Rates 25 Wineries

How Sustainable is Your Favorite Wine? Greenopia Rates 25 Wineries

Greenopia has just rated 25 wineries for their environmental impact. Here’s why: Any oenophile worth her spitting glass has heard the dire stories about how […]

by × July 29, 2009 × 0 comments

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Organic and Chic: Delicious, Nutritious (and Pretty Pretty) Baking!

Organic and Chic: Delicious, Nutritious (and Pretty Pretty) Baking!

I’m LOVING Sarah Magid’s new book, Organic and Chic: Cakes, Cookies, and Other Sweets That Taste as Good as They Look! It is not only […]

by × July 1, 2009 × 4 comments

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The Easiest, Fastest, Tastiest Summer Lunch: A Mezze Plate

The Easiest, Fastest, Tastiest Summer Lunch: A Mezze Plate

Clockwise starting with the pretzels: Happy Herbert’s Spelt mini-pretzels, Hawthorne Valley Farms lacto-fermented Dilly Beans, Sabra pine-nut hummous, organic Cali fig, organic local carrot, organic […]

by × June 17, 2009 × 4 comments

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What to Do with Overripe Summer Fruit? Make a Delicious Crisp!

What to Do with Overripe Summer Fruit? Make a Delicious Crisp!

The crisp with chopped fruit, before oat topping If you’re like me, and have a crazy-busy life, sometimes you come home after three days of […]

by × June 11, 2009 × 3 comments

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Sara Snow's – Fresh Living: The Essential Room-By-Room Guide to a Greener, Healthier Family and Home

Sara Snow's – Fresh Living: The Essential Room-By-Room Guide to a Greener, Healthier Family and Home

I first became familiar with Sara Snow when I was pregnant and on bed-rest. Between reading baby books and eating I watched her Discovery show […]

by × March 18, 2009 × 3 comments

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Tell the USDA to Regulate GE/GMOs

Tell the USDA to Regulate GE/GMOs

Genetically modified organisms were not sufficiently tested before entering our food chain. Today, more than 60-70% of packaged foods contain ingredients that have been genetically […]

by × March 17, 2009 × 2 comments