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How I cope with my love for coffee

02/26/2015
A cup of Espresso

  By Linda Cornelius ecogal Author and Designer Coffee actually isn’t as bad as we used to think, but it certainly has to be kept in line so it’s not drunk in harmful quantities. As in all things, a little goes a long way, too much is not good for your health. So how does…

Understanding plants and growth

02/21/2015
Jeff Poppen, The Barefoot Farmer, photo by Alan Messer

  Biochemistry — by Jeff Poppen barefootfarmer.org I recently attended an advanced course in biochemistry. You may not want to read any further. On the other hand, if everything in the world can be reduced to a few unreducible elements, let’s try to learn a little about them. N, P, and K are the primary…

Zero Waste, what does it actually mean?

02/12/2015
Zero Waste, what does it actually mean

  By Ashleigh Prince out&about is my personal journey of discovery asking questions and getting more informed. I want to share my findings with you so we can travel the journey together. While having a quick breakfast this past Saturday at Whole Foods Market, I noticed a poster on the wall I hadn’t seen before. It…

6 easy switches for healthier food

02/12/2015
6 easy switches for healthier food

By Linda Cornelius ecogal Author and Designer Ecogal is not a recipe blog, but changing your life to a healthier toxic-free living inevitably touches on how you shop for your food and how you then implement it in the kitchen. So here we go: a few tips to change basic habits in an easy way!…

Listen to this incredible teenager, you’ll be surprised at what she says

02/08/2015
Rachel Parent speaks for labeling GMOs

By Linda Cornelius ecogal Author and Designer Why you have the right to know what’s in your food | Rachel Parent | TEDxToronto Rachel Parent speaks for labeling GMOs and she does it so well that we adults simply must listen. One thing that impressed me is that she was not afraid to speak up,…

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