I had a great conversation with a friend today, and it started with TOILET PAPER (TP). Since I define sustainability as learning about my choices and how they affect my health and the earth, I thought I would ask her if she still buys standard TP vs. the eco-friendly versions. To my surprise, she said… Read More Does anyone remember the TP shortage?
Here go some of the basics I’m focusing on for a healthier, happier and wholesome diet. Batch/Bulk Cooking As this MSN article mentions, cooking and buying in bulk helps save money and time. Alternative recipes Consider trying some plant-based (vegan, vegetarian, raw or even vegan-gluten-free) recipes in lieu of your usual one. Sustainable packaging My… Read More Back to BASIC Eating
If you visited us at the Coop this past Tuesday for the 1st Farmers market of the new year, you may have been wittness to the GIANT BEETS! Don’t be intimidated by their size, for they are awesome when in used in pickling or this recipe: Raw Rainbow Salad Makes 2 to 4 servings Ingredients… Read More More Recipe Ideas Featuring this weeks FM Ingredients!
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” -Margaret Mead- It was so exciting to show up at the Co-op tonight before our scheduled meeting. Today was our Farmer’s Market, so the room was full of fresh organic produce: carrots,… Read More Tuesday Night’s @ The Coop
You can find the “green smoothie recipes” on an old blog post. Here go a few more to use up produce you buy at our coop market: Delicious Baked Apples contributed by Susan Obrien *If you baste these while they are baking, with their own juices, they are delightful* 6 lg Apples, carefully cored but otherwise… Read More SCoop Cookin’ for week of 1/8