Recipes to Help Use All Your Organic Foods

A fridge full of organic vegetables purchased or harvested with the best of intentions, and then life gets busy, leaving no time to peel, chop, and cook them all. It happens to the best of us. Fortunately, those veggies don’t have to meet their end in the fridge.

Take one night a week and make a dish using all the veggies in your fridge. Leave no veggie behind! You can even freeze the leftovers for later!

Food, Organic

Julia Smith

5 Reasons to Drink Organic Coffee

We live in a world where convenience has become the order of the day. This is one reason why processed foods have found a significant place in most people’s daily diet. Often eating such food is only a matter of pouring it out of a packet and heating it.

In a culture that propagates the use of everything that is convenience-based, the thought of having organic coffee can make one think twice.


John Doe

Tips for Keeping Organic Produce Fresh

Placing your fruits and vegetables in proper storage is the primary key to keeping produce fresh. We all know the look of a sorry bin of wasted strawberries, all sunken, dark and fuzzy. Some of our produce preservation comes down to planning.

Certain types of fruits and vegetables do not mix well in storage, as some emit ethylene, a gaseous hormone emitted by plants.…

Vegetables, Fruits

Alex Ross

4 Simple Steps for Growing Organic Food

On a happier note, growing your own organic food is not only healthier, but it can save you a lot of money. Produce departments are taking full advantage of an educated public’s desire for organic food, a fact reflected in the huge difference in price. Some of our produce preservation comes down to planning.

You’ll also be able to decide what kind of soil you want to use to grow your food. Different plants thrive in different types of soil.

Food, Organic

Andy Cole