Organic Food

A Visit to My Kitchen: Chris Elam from Meatless Monday

Chris Elam is program director of Meatless Monday. Chris describes himself as a curious carnivore, happy to eat meat but curious to learn about the health and environmental benefits of cutting back just a little. Why is living organic important to you? The word that immediately comes to mind is “responsibility,” whether we’re talking about […]

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How to Make Organic Bratwurst “Burgers”

When I was in Germany recently, I tried the local Nuremburg sausages, which are a skinny little bratwurst that taste so good. Now, I can get “bratwurst” anywhere around here at home, but would I actually eat it? Hell, no! Not unless it was organic! So that means I have to make my own. But […]

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A Visit to My Kitchen: Jamie Oliver

Jamie Oliver, host of Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution, is in my kitchen today, talking about his yummy, fast, and simple style of cooking, and his thoughts on providing the best food to everyone. Why is living organic important to you? Living organic is a tricky thing. I want people to buy the best they can […]

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Make Your Own Organic Easter Candy! Candy Nests

This recipe didn’t start out organic. I first saw it 27 or so years ago, when my babysitter made it with my oldest daughter. It was her favorite Easter candy, and it’s become a tradition among my girls to make it with Gigi, the awesomest babysitter of all time, who has been with me for […]

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Rice Pilaf from Scratch

We have always loved that rice pilaf stuff that comes in a box and cooks up quick and flavorful. But I’ve stopped buying it, since it isn’t organic. So I’ve been experimenting with making my own recipe. I made it with organic brown rice, but the kids complained. I finally got it right using white […]

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Shepherd’s Pie—Quick, Easy, and Organic

The other night I had a pound of organic grass-fed beef thawing in the fridge, and it had been the third springtime snowstorm in a week. What to make? I needed the comfort of something hearty, easy, warm, and yummy to ease my winter pain. I checked the pantry and there were six potatoes left […]

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Spring into Kindness!

By guest blogger Alicia Silverstone I’m so excited that the paperback edition of The Kind Diet is now available! Since the original edition came out, I’ve received many success stories on my website, TheKindLife.com from readers who tell me how a kinder diet has turned their health and their lives around. It’s truly inspiring, so […]

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The Joy of Buttered Eggs

I had never really thought or heard of buttered eggs until one day when I was reading a romance novel. It was Duchess by Night, by one of my favorite authors, Eloisa James. I think it started out as a suggestion to help someone sober up. Then it became a means to comfort a child. […]

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