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Kind Earth Recipes by Anastasia Real Italian pizza!Best pizza [one of our readers has] ever had. Kinda pricey, $22 for a large. Ingredients flown in from Italy. They must partially precook because it only takes 10 min to cook your ... read more

Atlanta food forest

  Such a great idea! Atlanta's City Council just voted in favor of transforming over 7 acres of vacant property into the state of Georgia's first food forest. The measure, which paves the way for the largest food forest in the countr... read more

Sacred chocolate

  See Food of the gods ... drinking a homemade cacao hot chocolate in the mornings instead of coffee ... unleashes such beautiful creative energies while also giving you a subtle morning boost... read more

Cayenne supplements

  I'd like to report that if anyone has prostate issues, the best treatment I know of is cayenne pepper capsules. Some time ago I bought size 00 gelatin capsules and a capsule machine, and make my own. I take a couple every morning an... read more

How to lose hundreds of pounds

See every-breath-you-take. ... contrary to intuition, over 90% of lost weight leaves the body as carbon dioxide exhaled from the lungs, disappearing into thin air.... read more

Turmeric, Cinnamon & Ginger Tea

from My Persian Kitchen Prep time: 1 min Cook time: 30 mins Total time: 31 mins Serves: 1 cup Ingredients 1 tsp grated fresh turmeric 12 tsp grated fresh ginger 1 tick cinnamon 1 tbsp fresh squeezed lemon juice 12 slice ... read more

Marijuana, hemp, cbd: what's legal and where

For those "asking for a friend," see marijuana-hemp-cbd-whats-legal-and-where: "As the legalized cannabis industry in the United States grows with nearly every election, consumers interested in these products have more... read more

27-pound bucket of mac and cheese

We should just go ahead and get this for our 13yo daughter.... read more

Good food, bad packaging

Feedback I sent to Luvo: I love your frozen meals, but hate your packaging. Your microwave cooking instructions basically say "look elsewhere on package."Why not put the instructions right there where it says "instr... read more

Easiest container-friendly food plants

  "We've found 35 fruits and vegetables that you can grow in containers. These range from bananas and citrus fruits to tomatoes, cucumbers, and just about anything else that you would normally plant in a larger garden." via C... read more

Horsetail herb said to remove aluminum

According to the "Health Ranger," anyway See Vimeo link "The Health Ranger reveals why Horsetail herb, which grows as a weed, allows your body to eliminate toxic ALUMINUM, a heavy metal linked to Alzheimer's and demen... read more

Drop the diet drinks

from Diet drinks TRIPLE risk stroke dementia "Diet drinks TRIPLE your risk of stroke and dementia, and are FAR more dangerous than drinks sweetened with sugar. Boston University researchers found aspartame, a low-calorie sweete... read more

Wild lettuce to help pain

This looks very familiar in my yard. Go here for more info: lettuce "I'm surprised I haven't come across wild lettuce as an alternative to toxic pain, migraine and anxiety pills, but a recent report by Ask a Prepper tipped me of... read more

Farm of the future?

  Cool! But I also like one of the commenters' idea about forest gardens. Via forest gardens ... read more

Russia completely bans GMOs in food production

  That's it! We're moving to Russia! Just kidding (because it kinda sucks over there unless you're rich ... like almost everywhere else, actually). Still, this is good news for humans: "This is a bold move by the Russian governmen... read more

What to plant now

Just FYI if you were wondering, 'cuz I was. "Broccoli.If you live in a warmer climate and can find a quick growing Broccoli variety, you can harvest well into November."Source: What to Plant Now... read more

The real reason wheat is toxic

  "Standard wheat harvest protocol in the US is to drench the wheat fields with Roundup several days before the combine harvesters work through the fields [because] withered, dead wheat plants are less taxing on the farm equipment ... read more

Mighty broccoli sprouts rapidly detox pollutants

Broccoli sprouts, anyone? "The drink used in the China study was made with broccoli sprouts developed by researchers at Johns Hopkins University. They are sold under the brand name BroccoSprouts. They are widely available in sup... read more

Nutty grain and oat bars

I need to try this. Too bad I hate cooking so much. I eat way too many snacks at work, but at least these are healthy. The snack machine and I have had a falling out (it no longer recognizes my "shopper's card"), so now's a good time ... read more

Farmers use social media to stop food waste

  Farmers use social media to stop food waste. So far, CropMobster has managed to distribute nearly half a million kilograms of food, which has brought in close to a million dollars in revenue for small producers.... read more

10 ways to survive skyrocketing food prices

  Good to know. from 10 Ways to Survive Skyrocketing Food Prices "Food prices are getting out of control. As meats, dairy, and eggs climb to record high prices and over 50 million Americans are now on public food assistance, fami... read more

52 plants in the wild you can eat

  FIRST, an important note: NEVER eat unripe elderberries. That caution aside, this is good to know if you're ever starving or just have the munchies while wandering through your back yard!:) via 52 Plants In The Wild You Can Eat |&nb... read more

Why your brain craves junk food and what you can do about it

  The good news is that the research shows the less junk food you eat, the less you crave it. In other words, self-control! What a concept! via Why Your Brain Craves Junk Food (and What You Can Do About It). "Most of us know t... read more

Food Stamp corporate welfare

"Millions of Americans are angry because food stamp recipients can use their benefits to buy junk food but don't realize that they are able to do so because corporate America wouldn't have it any other way." via Fre... read more

Anti-inflammatory smoothie to heal you from the inside out

  I think I'll try this. " If you are battling an aliment or just want to feel good - this smoothie rocks. The addition of cranberries helps reduce water weight too - a little aesthetically pleasing benefit that makes you look go... read more

Some non-organic foods contain upwards of 180 times fluoride level of tap water

  via Some non-organic foods contain upwards of 180 times the fluoride level of tap water, says expert. "... the average person's cumulative exposure to fluoride from food, beverages, personal care products, and water is up to sev... read more

Struggle in the vegetable garden

  No, not just me and my pathetic "crop management." While that's definitely been a struggle, there have apparently been physical altercations going on in the garden, specifically on top of the onions. The tops of those plants &mdas... read more

Benefits of Turmeric

Turmeric's cardiovascular benefits found Just an FYI, above. ... read more

Pick your own fruits and vegetables

  Should be fun, and you'll know it's fresh: pick-your-own-produce See also: pick-your-own_fruit_and_vegetables... read more

Garden improvements

  I finished up my little rain barrel project yesterday. My three rain barrels used to be underneath the downspout coming off the roof. And that's great for catching the most rain, but the problem was that it is downhill from and no... read more

This year's vegetable garden

My checklist for this year's vegetable garden: Soil tilled? Check! Top soil added? Check! Plants bought? Check! Seeds for plants not available for purchase? Check! Plants planted? Check! Now the watering ... and waiting ... read more

Major food companies consider lobbying for GMO labeling

  Maybe there is hope for mankind, after all? Thanks to the boycotts, and more people refusing to remain ignorant? Whatever the reason, this looks promising. via Activist Post. "... there is talk of Walmart, Pepsi, ConAgra and at... read more

Avoid the pharmacy, fight the flu with remedies from the kitchen

via Avoid the Pharmacy: Fight the Flu with Remedies from the Kitchen. "A gargle made from salt water can relieve a sore throat. As well, it can stop a budding infection in its tracks. Mix 1 tablespoon of salt with a cup of water... read more

Cincinnati passes resolution requiring GE food labeling

  Cincinnati passes resolution requiring GE food labeling.Good!And that's where Kroger is headquartered, which might make it more interesting.... read more

Eat your tomato harvest all year

Five Tasty Ways to Eat Your Tomato Harvest All Year "Hello tomato harvest time. If your garden (or farmer's market, or neighbor's garden) is suddenly overwhelming you with fresh tomatoes, don't be intimidated, start filling the ... read more

Research shows local honey may halt allergies

For those with allergies, this might help.Research Shows Local Honey may Halt Allergies. "Honey has been considered an alternative allergy treatment for many years, with many allergy sufferers swearing by its anti-allergenic pro... read more

Our first ever Ethiopian restaurant

With Elizabeth taken for the night by her wonderful Auntie, Tara and I took the opportunity last night to use a Groupon and go to an Ethiopian restaurant, Mesob. It was our first time trying Ethiopian food.The appetizer, "sambusa," wa... read more

Millions against Monsanto, the food fight of our lives

  "If you put a label on genetically engineered food you might as well put a skull and crossbones on it." — Norman Braksick, president of Asgrow Seed Co., a subsidiary of Monsanto, quoted in the Kansas City Star, March 7, 199... read more

British town grows all of its own vegetables, improved civic life

  British town grows all of its own vegetables, witnesses improved civic life and reduced crime as a result. "When the small British mill town of Todmorden, tucked in between Yorkshire and Lancashire, first began installing fruit ... read more

Naturally reduce your risk of allergies

Yet again, the solutions for most of the ailments that plague modern society are to be found in the natural world, not the synthetic world of establishment medicine and Big Pharma. via Activist Post: 3 Ways to Naturally Reduce Your R... read more

Thanks to the FDA, you really have no idea what's in your food

  via Thanks to the FDA, You Really Have No Idea Whats In Your Food. "It's been stuck this way since the early 1990s, when the FDA hired former Monsanto lawyer Michael Taylor to write the regulations, or lack thereof." ... read more

Clean 15, the 15 lowest pesticide-prone forms of produce

Clean 15: The 15 Lowest Pesticide-Prone Forms of Produce. "If you don't buy organic, health experts like David Suzuki suggest avoiding toxic pesticides linked to health issues including cancer, hormone disruption, and brain toxi... read more

Candwich, sandwich in a can goes on sale

  Not a bad idea! Candwich: Sandwich in a can goes on sale "The American makers of the Candwich, a sandwich in a can which can be dispensed by vending machines and is opened like a can of Coke, say it's the best thing since slice... read more

Emergency preparedness food storage

  Emergency Essentials - Be Prepared Emergency Preparedness Food Storage.That's the Boy Scout motto, isn't it? Never hurts. " BePrepared is the world's largest dedicated online marketplace for survival food, water, and gear. ... read more

Supermarket meat tainted with drug-resistant bacteria

Another reason to go vegetarian, although their math isn't right. Forty-seven percent is much worse than "1 in 4." Maybe we should actually read the article? :) via 1 In 4 Supermarket Meat Samples Tainted With Drug-Resistant Bacteri... read more

Which food additives make children behave badly

  via Which Food Additives Make Children Behave Badly. "... food additives used in hundreds of children's foods and drinks can cause temper tantrums and disruptive behavior ..." ... read more

Pick your own fruit and vegetable farms

  This could prove useful as food (and gas) prices soar this coming year: Where to Find Pick-Your-Own Fruit and Vegetable Farms Orchards for Local, Fresh Fruit, Vegetables and Pumpkins, Along With Canning, Freezing & Preserving Instru... read more

The starch solution

  All about removing meat and dairy from your diet. The McDougall Newsletter - Introduction to New McDougall Book — The Starch Solution. "My recommendation for eating starches puts glazed looks on people's faces, and many d... read more

Dems pull fast one with food safety bill

  via newswithviewsNWV-Newsnews233.htm "It didn't take long for Democrats in the House to figure a way around the constitutional roadblock that halted the advance of S. 510: The FDA Food Safety Modernization Act, following i... read more

Food safety hypocrites

  These people all need to go: libertynewsonlinearticle_301_29693.php... read more

Another reason to avoid Monsanto products

  A very technical article. from GMO-Free_Europe_2010 "It is important to note that the bulk of the data provided during the evaluation stages of GBHGMO safety were provided by the industry...This is particularly important when ... read more

Buy local food

  via Using Local Organic Cooperatives To Defeat Globalists "Okay, you're awake, back among the human tribe.Now what? You are not alone in wondering what is the best way to fight the globalists.There is a vastly growing human trib... read more

Genetically engineered food right to know act

  Ask Your Congresspersons to Cosponsor HR 5577, Representative Kucinich's Genetically Engineered Food Right to Know Act "10. Almost all non-organic processed food or animal products in the U.S. today contain ingredients that come... read more

Saved a blackberry bush

A couple of them, actually. I was going to post this to blackberryrescue, but there is no such site. Wait, maybe I should check. You never know. Guess what? There IS such a site, but it has to do with the ubiquitous electronic dev... read more

Waxman sneaks anti-vitamin amendment into Wall Street reform bill

  Waxman represents L.A. on the west side up to Santa Monica. I bet those people take LOTS of supplements. via naturalnews028687_Henry_Waxman_health_freedom.html "Of all the sneaky tactics practiced in Washington D.C., this ... read more

Decent breakfast place?

Calling all breakfast eaters: Does anyone know of a decent place for breakfast near Nashville's (BNA) airport? My sister is passing through town next weekend and wants to have breakfast with Elizabeth (everyone else is secondary). We ... read more

Has the FDA lost its mind... again?

  cherries and walnuts are not drugs "In the latest volley of the US Food and Drug Administration's bizarre war on scientific freedom of speech, the FDA has sent a Warning Letter to the president and CEO of Diamond Foods stating t... read more

Make your own sports drink

  ... for a fraction of the cost. This is the one thing that kills our food budget, but we keep buying it because my back muscles seem to need the electrolytes to keep from spasming.At least, that's what I've convinced myself of. I've... read more

Cake mixes & toxins

  PLEASE remember to check your cupboards when you get home tonight!!! Throw away ALL OUTDATED pancake mix, brownie mixes, Bisquick, cake and cookie mixes, etc., you have in your home. A high school student had pancakes and it almost ... read more

GMO foods

  Genetically-modified cotton is poisoning people in India. In this country, non-organic soybeans, corn and canola (most non-organic of these are GMO) are poisoning people. It's in corn chips and other products. They are making soybeans... read more

Wine review

  Yes, we do it all here at FriendsNews! If I said to you "Bohemian Highway, California Merlot 2007," what would you think? Crap? Just this side of Thunderbird? Well, you'd be wrong. At the amazingly low price of $6 for the small bottle... read more

6 ways mushrooms can save the world

Very cool talk given here. He talks fast, so you have to pay close attention. via 6 ways mushrooms can save the world "Mycologist Paul Stamets lists 6 ways the mycelium fungus can help save the universe: cleaning polluted soil,... read more

A few tips

Reheat Pizza Heat up leftover pizza in a non-stick skillet on top of the stove, set heat to med-low and heat till warm. This keeps the crust crispy. No soggy micro pizza. I saw this on the cooking channel and it really works. Easy ... read more

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