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Archive for June, 2012

Video:  Know Prouduce Codes “A Little Bit Better With Keri Glassman”

Here’s a simple, easy to remember explanation of produce codes. Conventional, organic, and GMO produce codes are included. [For more information, visit the Environmental Working Group (EWG) online.]

EWG’s 2012 Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce is also available online. The LIST makes abundantly clear which fruits and vegetables MUST be ORGANIC to avoid pesticides. The dirtiest, pesticide-riddled fruits and vegetables are “conventional” APPLES, followed by celery, sweet peppers, peaches and strawberries! Buy these ORGANIC!

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Video:  “New Wearable Feedbags Let Americans Eat More, Move Less” (The Onion)

Now here’s a headline to grab your attention:Wearable Feedbags Let Americans Eat Without Effort!”

That’s right! As soon as I stop laughing maybe I’ll think of something to add. But, likely nothing more is required. WATCH THIS VIDEO. We all knew it could come to this! It’ll make your day!

AND while you’re on this website, check out some of the other videos from Natural News.

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Photo: Urban Homesteaders and chicken coop builders Duncan Martin and Rick Havlak Photographer: Gerry Kahrmann, PNG

Calling all “organic food purists, sustainable lifestylers, post-apocalyptic preppers” and any other serious eaters ready to escape the global industrial food complex! Rick Havlak’s new downtown Eastside store Homesteader’s Emporium is just for you!

Opening in mid-June, Homesteader’s Emporium is 1,700-square-foot storefront in the 600-block of East Hastings Street (Vancouver).

What will you find in this Emporium? Equipment, hard-to-find ingredients, tools and practical advice for “aspiring cheesemakers, disaster survivalists, backyard egg farmers, and front  porch food growers.” [Source: Vancouver SUN]

[If that’s YOU, here’s where you can find more information: “New retailer can help you take your dinner table off the grid.”]

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