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The 5 Worst Condiments

Photo Courtesy Of:  Fuse/Thinkstock What foods do Americans often forget when inventorying good food choices? You probably eat them every day, one little dollop after another … I'm referring to condi…

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10 Foods Sold in the U.S. That Are Banned Elsewhere

Americans are slowly realizing that food sold in the US doesn't just taste different than foods sold in other countries, it's created differently. Sadly, many U.S. foods are BANNED in Europe -- and fo…

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Ben and Jerry’s Remove GMOs from Ice Cream

Get out your spoons and dig in to a pint of Coffee Buzz Buzz Buzz in celebration; Ben and Jerry's has announced its commitment to be completely GMO-free by the end of the year. Already vocal about the…

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A Little Milk with Your Antibiotics and Hormones?

"Oh, what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive." Sir Walter Scott A recent article in the New York Times disclosed that the F.D.A. has questioned the illegal levels of antibiot…

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Got School Milk?

With fondness, I can remember my early elementary school days and the pride of being "milk monitor", which meant I got to go to the cafeteria and pick up the small cartons of milk my classmates and I …

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Cow Milk: Easy Greening

For many, milk is nearly as fundamental as water—the definition of "wholesome" in a glass. The choice has traditionally been simple: whole or skim? But as the scientific and political debates about d…

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Great article. Wish we had Nettle growing around here. Apparently, plants love nettle tea as well …

thanks, good advice.

Which fabric softener sheets are natural? I have been trying to find an non-chemical, cruelty free …

OK, just don't expect me to start texting.

An interesting concept, I certainly love pistachio nuts. The gardening tip is a good one.