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    Soy Lecithin: Is it Good or Not So Good?

    There’s so much info floating around about soy lecithin that making an informed decision has been tricky. However, there are several sites that advise against it. The first is http://chriskresser.com/harmful-or-harmless-soy-lecithin/, and it says the substance is...
    May 25, 2015 539 0
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    Is Id a Code, or Is Id Seasodal Allergies?

      Here’s a topic that’s near and dear to our Millennial Mom hearts right now: seasonal allergies. When our personal munchkin wakes up with a stuffy head and scratchy throat and it’s a.) not officially cold/flu...
    May 13, 2015 583 0
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    Salt of the Earth v. Salt of the Sea

    Who among us has not, as we’re opening a bag of greasy, salty potato chips (organic, of course), glanced at the sodium content in the dietary info on the back. Really? You haven’t? Well, you should!...
    May 4, 2015 965 2
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    Dig This!

    It’s really, really fun. We know, because we were kids once, and at age 6, when bees were the size of bats and snakes were not at all threatening, digging up a radish or a carrot...
    April 4, 2015 934 0
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    Hyper-Local Garden Dining

    Psssst! Did you know that locally grown produce is “one of the hottest menu trends, coming in behind only locally sourced meats and seafood, according to the National Restaurant Association’s ‘What’s Hot in 2014′ survey of...
    March 24, 2015 729 0
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    Get Ready for March Madness

    Arena Food! Knowing that basketball fans really do eat more than chicken fingers, 90-wt-smothered nachos and relish-laden hot dogs (although they still love those items) it would appear that NBA owners are expanding their concession stands...
    March 17, 2015 443 0
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    Shopping and Dining

    What’s not to love? Tommy Bahama Restaurant & Bar – and retail store – opened a couple of decades ago in Naples, FL, setting the stage for more along the (fashion and food) line. We think...
    March 14, 2015 754 0
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    Beeswax More Innovative Than Ever

    This is a Millennial Eco-Friendly Must-Have! Plastic-Free Food Wrap! Yep!  It’s Beeswax! Do you ever have your mellow totally harshed by plastic wrap sticking to itself? Yeah, so do we. Well, here’s a new product we...
    March 9, 2015 506 0
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    Cat Spring, Texas, Fits Us to a Tea!

    A little more than 60 miles northwest of Houston and a little more than 110 miles southeast of Austin – or, in Texas-speak, a “short drive” – is the sweet little town of Cat Spring. On...
    February 25, 2015 1171 0
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    Down and DIRTY

    Searching out strange food trends can be a dirty business, literally. One very strange trend – but we have to confess we’ve actually done this ourselves – is eating dirt. It turns out there are medical...
    February 24, 2015 1388 0
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    The Politics of Milk

    Who would be surprised that the topic of raw milk is political fodder? Not us, that’s for sure. Though people have been drinking it for as long as they’ve been drinking milk, period, retail sale of...
    February 18, 2015 633 0
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    Be Nice to Their Mamas

    We’ve always loved sunny side up with toast, but that’s just us. Our Mima had a way of fixing those sometimes, cutting out the circle in the middle of the bread and cooking both together in...
    February 18, 2015 495 0
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    Winter Farmers Markets

    We were intrigued a while back by the “locovore” buzz – eat what’s grown nearest you because in theory it’s better for you and better for the planet. In theory you’re eating what’s “in season,” whatever...
    January 26, 2015 428 0