Local, Organic Produce in Copiague on Saturday Mornings

IW:  The comptroller at my work says if she were in charge of the country everyone would be encouraged to have their own vegetable garden.  The farmer’s markets that have been springing up are a good start.  I was at the one in Copiague, NY which takes place on Saturday mornings until November.  Local residents […]

The Food that Helps You to Detox Pesticides (via Food Freedom)

By Dr Joseph Mercola A study took a look at microorganisms in the degradation of the organophosphorus insecticide chlorpyrifos during kimchi fermentation. During the fermentation of kimchi, the insecticide degraded rapidly until day 3, and had degraded completely by day 9. Four lactic acid bacteria were identified as being responsible for the effect. According to […]

Autonomie’s Organic Beer Guide (via Autonomie Project’s Blog)

This weekend the backyard BBQ season begins! With Memorial Day just around the corner, everyone is spending the next couple of days gathering the ingredients for the delicious cookouts that are about to go down. When we think of Memorial Day Weekend, two things come to mind BBQ and beer (of course besides honoring those […]

Vegan Super Bowl (via Part Time Vegan)

Whether or not you, too, are going to be saddened watching two other teams play in your favorite team’s stadium this Super Bowl Sunday, you can enjoy, feed and inspire your guests with a Vegan Super Bowl feast. Or, if you will be a guest this Super Bowl Sunday, bring along a couple of these awesome […]

Green Your Tailgate Party-Eco-friendly Super Bowl Tips (via Autonomie Project’s Blog)

Countdown to Super Bowl XLV has begun!  The most watched sporting event in the good ol’ USA takes place in only a few days. People around the country will be munching on bite sized treats, knocking back beers, and of course cheering on the Packers or Steelers.  Not only do people party in their own […]

Raisin Ginger Cookies (via Alexa Leigh Marsden)

Naturally, there was a lot of baking going on over the holidays. Of all we indulged in, these cookies were my favorite. I adapted this recipe from an old family favorite, successfully eliminating the sugar without anyone noticing. If you find the dough just isn’t quite sweet enough for you, though, feel free to add […]

“Both parties/factions/sides are plainly to blame” (via BuelahMan’s Redstate Revolt)

Yes, many, if not most Tea Partiers are clueless. But they do have an anger. They know something is wrong, but they are so brainwashed by the system, thinking that they need to work within their right/left, liberal/conservative paradigm, that they (or any so-called “progressive”) could ever get anything done. They fall for all the […]

If you or your friend are faced with eviction/foreclosure: Stick together

A few points: -Finally, people in America are understanding that if the rich people and elected officials steal your money and bailout banks, then we can all stick together to make make sure our homes, money, lives do not get destroyed in the process. -Interesting that this article refers to the plan and to ACORN […]