I live in St. Louis, so Cardinals if you’d like some local, organic tomatoes to replace your center field lawn just reach out to my sister and sister-in-love at BackdoorHarvest. They’ll hook you up! The rest of you, you’re on your own, but I want credit! Catch up on the rest of the Hank D […]
We often create stereotypes about eco-minded grocery shoppers based on store settings that offer access to bulk rainbow quinoa and locally grown, organic, dew-kissed kale. But a health-conscious customer could also find themselves miles away from the health food cooperative and standing in the middle of…the Piggly Wiggly…and with good reason.
Any parking lot can get a bit crazy at times…especially grocery stores…but the stereotypes that often go along with Whole Foods shoppers makes this satirical video all that much more fun. Add this video together with another epic eco-snob video from a couple of years ago and this post may go down as one of our all time favorites.
Healthy snacking is all about portions and planning. We all live busy lives, so having healthful food that is easy to eat on the run is a great way to make sure we have plenty of energy and plenty of time. And with summer coming up, healthy snacks can keep your diet in tact and make sure your bathing suit doesn’t revolt against you.
Cinco de Mayo is just around the corner and that means that many of us Americans will be using it as an excuse to get our tequila-fest on. We reviewed two brands of organic tequila and came across some pretty interesting findings. Check out which organic tequila emerged as our favorite for both sipping and for margaritas.
Annmarie Gianni Skin Care may be the new kid on the skin care block, but her product formulas might be a game changer. Finding quality skin care products can be hard enough as it is, but finding ones made only from organic ingredients and free of all chemicals is even harder. Check out our review of her products.
Don’t waste National Margarita Day on cheap and sugary excuses for everyone’s favorite Mexican drink at your local bar or Mexican restaurant. Instead, have some friends over to su casa (your house) and make some not-SO-bad for you organic margaritas that even my neighbors from Monterrey would approve of.