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Send the Kids Back to School with Homemade Lunches So maybe you’ve never heard of “Bento Boxes” and don’t know exactly what they are. I have pinned a really great image here that can give...

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Each first and third Saturday of the month, Floyd Lamb at Tule Springs hosts a farmers market. I attended the early April market with my family, well most of it anyway. I headed up to...

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One of my favorite places I remember visiting as a child was the Farmer’s Market in Los Angeles where I grew up.  I was never excited to go shopping or to the grocery store, but...

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This post is courtesy of Danielle Nierenberg/FoodTank.org This year, World Health Day focuses on high blood pressure, one of the many chronic diseases that are increasingly common around the world. The World Health Organization (WHO)...

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Be Kind to the Earth and Buy in Bulk

March 28, 2013 | 2 Comments

If you’ve been to our local grocery store, WinCo Foods, you probably noticed the aisles with huge barrels of food near the produce section.  The barrels contain everything from candy to packets of tea.  I...

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Earth Day is right around the corner (April 22nd).  Rather than celebrate just one day, try going a little greener all year round.  Going green does not mean that you have to sacrifice your A/C...

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Fracking Is Coming To Nevada Lands

February 27, 2013 | 1 Comments

Are You Ready to Get Fracked? Fracking Is Coming To Nevada Lands! Ready or not, a Houston-based company is planning to frack Nevada.  Noble Energy Inc. wants to drill for oil and natural gas about...

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“I’ll take 24 balloons”, I said to the Albertson’s florist.  After all, it’s not a celebration without balloons, right? I was quickly reminded of the helium shortage we’re facing in America.  I remembered hearing about...

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