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PromiseLand Livestock loses organic certification

December 7, 2009

A major supplier of organic dairy cows is no longer USDA-certified organic. What does this mean for you?

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Quesadillas with ground beef, peppers, and mushroom

November 21, 2009

Quesadillas are the Mexican food equivalent of a sandwich: You can stick just about anything in a tortilla and it will be delicious.

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Food insecurity on the rise in America

November 19, 2009

The only question concerning my next meal is what delicious natural food it should be made out of. Because of this, I’m spoiled, and it’s hard for me to imagine what life is like for the millions of Americans who aren’t so lucky.

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Making a perfect grilled cheese sandwich

November 17, 2009

I wanted to rekindle my love of grilled cheese, so I set about by re-creating something pure, natural, and real. Inspired by an old friend, I think this grilled cheese sets an example for others to follow.

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Food with SOLE

November 12, 2009

What makes real food, well, real? The answer in an acronym: SOLE. Real food is characteristically sustainable, organic, local, and ethical.

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Creating the Great Salad Dog

November 11, 2009

What happens when you combine “The Great Organic Hot Dog” with tomato, cucumber, onion, mustard, and more? One heck of a salad dog!

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How organic spices are different from non-organic spices

November 10, 2009

If you’ve been near the spice racks at your local grocery store, you’ve probably seen a special section for organic varieties. How are they different from non-organic, cheaper spices?

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Organic food at Walmart: Good or evil?

November 8, 2009

When consumers started asking for organic grocery options, big retail stores like Walmart obliged and began providing it. The reason is simple market logic: If your customers want something, you better have it or risk losing business to a competitor.

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