September 23, 2011 • in Organic Food

Top 10 Must-Have’s for
Every Sweet Organic Pantry

For me, if I had to choose between sweet and savory, I’d always go with savory. But every pantry needs a stash of sweet stuff for baking and so forth—especially at this time of year. Maple Syrup: Coombs Farm—Well, French …

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September 22, 2011 • in Health & Fitness

Hospitals to Serve Antibiotic-Free Chicken

by Wendy Gordon Does it matter if the chicken you buy for your family is from a farm that uses low doses of antibiotics in its feed? Consider this: Premier Healthcare Alliance recently contracted with Murray’s Chicken of South Fallsburg, …

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September 21, 2011 • in Organic Food

Top 10 Must-Have’s for
Every Savory Organic Pantry

This time of year is always a good time to clean out your pantry and stock up for the dark winter days ahead, when a good hot meal can be the difference between a good day and a bad one. …

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September 20, 2011 • in Health & Fitness

Good Food Ain’t Cheap;
Cheap Food Ain’t Good (part 2 of 2)

by guest blogger Alberto Gonzalez, founder and CEO of GustOrganics, For part 1 of this blog post, click here. “Good food ain’t cheap, cheap food ain’t good” seems to make sense to almost everybody, but, at the time of …

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September 19, 2011 • in Health & Fitness

The Biological Clock versus
The Life Clock

When I got pregnant at 19 and decided to keep the baby, I would joke with all my 30-something friends that at least I didn’t have to worry about my biological clock. Back then, the talk at all social events …

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September 16, 2011 • in Desserts

Chocolate Chip Molasses Cookies:
Hurricane Comfort Food

I don’t usually bake much, but something about an impending hurricane (Irene) made me want to have some cookies on hand. Once, a long time ago I combined molasses and chocolate chips and made a really good cookie, so my …

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September 15, 2011 • in Health & Fitness

The Cheap Disease (part 1 of 2)

by guest blogger Alberto Gonzalez, founder and CEO of GustOrganics. U.S. food consumers are somehow programmed to buy food cheaply. Our national motivation to pay less seems to be in our social DNA. We suffer what I call The Cheap …

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