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    How to Eat 2005

    January 13, 11:50 AM by TreeHugger in Green Food

    Remember the food pyramid? Think through the fog of the Atkins pro-protein pro-fat recommendations of the past few years. It had bread and spaghetti at the base, then a layer of fruits and vegetables, next milk, meat, and protein topped with a sprinkling

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    Rishi Tea

    January 12, 8:41 AM by TreeHugger in Green Food

    If you care even the slightest bit about the tea you drink, first thing: lose the bag. Okay, once that's done, you can actually see the tea leaves and start to appreciate each variety. And I'm not talking bout tearing apart Tetley bags. Check out

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    The Meatrix

    January 10, 7:08 PM by TreeHugger in Green Food

    If you're going to learn a little something about factory farming, you might as well do it with a bit of entertainment thrown in.

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    "Worms Eat My Garbage"

    January 10, 11:14 AM by TreeHugger in Green Food

    The worms crawl in, the worms crawl out, the worms vermicompost on your trout And other food waste. Meet WormWoman, a.ka. Mary Appelhof, publisher and founder of Flowerfield Enterprises, a mail-order business of products and books related to worm

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    December 22, 3:55 AM by TreeHugger in Green Food

    Wanna buy a solar powered toothbrush? Have a look at this! [by

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    Brooklyn Sustainable Porter

    December 13, 11:06 AM by TreeHugger in Green Food

    Like people, there are companies that you can know for years, and then suddenly realize that you never really knew at all. Brooklyn Brewery is, for me, one of those surprises. A happy one. This cool brewery with the snazzy logo and the excellent

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    Clif Bar

    December 13, 4:00 AM by TreeHugger in Green Food

    Normally I find it hard to get excited about energy bars. But this one has me enthralled. 70% organic ingredients. Display boxes 100% recycled, with 50% post consumer content. Office and bakeries powered by wind energy offset credits. (Last year they

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    Izze Sparkling Juice

    December 11, 2:53 PM by TreeHugger in Green Food

    Good people make good soda. Izze people are good people. I love their soda.  (Okay their sparkling juice.) And I love their commitment to the community, global education, literacy, the arts, and the environment oh and to Treehugger.  They were

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    Cowgirl Creamery Organic Cheeses

    December 9, 12:52 PM by TreeHugger in Green Food

    Bay Area cowgirls Sue Conley and Peggy Smith aren’t so named for their steer-wrangling skills or their hankerin’ for the range. Really it’s more about the cows—or at least their milk—since milk makes cheese. The duo, who work out of a renovated barn

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    Camper's Dream Ice Cream Maker

    December 8, 9:07 AM by TreeHugger in Green Food

    Hey campers! Santa must have heard you crying about the ice cream yo-yo only being available in Japan, for--lo and behold!--TreeHugger has discovered a comparable gadget that's available right here in the U.S. of A. for good little girls and boys. Just

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    Nature Girl Beauty Stuff

    November 30, 3:06 PM by TreeHugger in Green Food

    Nature Girl's lotions, potions, and scrubs, are made from all natural, organic ingredients cultivated from small, trustworthy organic farms. And all nut, seed, plant, and flower oils are derived via a cold-press process; essential oils are always either

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    Rich Hippie Perfume

    November 30, 9:10 AM by TreeHugger in Green Food

    Prior to World War II, the perfume industry used only natural methods and oils to craft divine fragrances. But due to the revolution in the chemical industry, it became dirt cheap--and dirty--to produce pleasant scents. Now that we know that the

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    Organic industry 'Down Under' predicts 30% growth

    November 30, 4:57 AM by TreeHugger in Green Food

    A report has been just released, predicting that over the next 3 years, Australia's organic industry could see a 20-30% in the number of certified organic farms. In 2003, there were over 1,500 such farmers in the country, with 75% saying it was their

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    Farmacia Urban Healing Shop

    November 29, 8:33 AM by TreeHugger in Green Food

    Farmacia, a hot spot for in-the-know Londoners located in Covent Garden, is a mecca for holistic healing. The shop, which was brought to life by dynamic design duo Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby of Universal Design Studio, is a beautifully calming space

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    St. Peter's Organic Ale and Bitter

    November 28, 6:46 PM by TreeHugger in Green Food

    As any devoted beer drinker knows, there's an exacting science behind every tasty brew. St. Peter's of Scotland is no exception to the rule. Nor do they skimp on flavor or tenacity when it comes to their organic fare. St. Pete's Organic Best Bitter uses

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    Alpsnack Hemp Bars

    November 24, 11:04 PM by TreeHugger in Green Food

    Alpsnack energy bars are made with hemp nut and provide essential fatty acids along with amino acids and protein so you won't bonk while you play. Gluten-free, wheat-free, vegan, and organic. What's that you say? You want more? Well, all proceeds also go

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    Dr. Bronner's Magic Soap Goes Organic

    November 24, 5:52 PM by TreeHugger in Green Food

    Remember that soap you loved to buy for Boy Scouts (unless you were in bear country) that you could even brush your teeth with? Well, Dr. Bronner's, already a biodegradable wonder, has taken his goods a step greener. Now made with organic coconut, olive,

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    Chew on this - Glee Gum

    November 24, 7:59 AM by TreeHugger in Green Food

    Hooray for Glee!  We Treehuggers addicted to gum understand why the little Glee Gum man is jumping up and down. Glee gum in its retro-cool packaging is not only free of artificial colors, flavors and preservatives, but it's also made with the

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