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What is Naturally Raised, anyway?

What is Naturally Raised, anyway?

Pasta, some veggies and a wine or lemon-based sauce, all tossed with fresh herbs and parmesan cheese is hands down one of my favorite meals.  It’s quick, versatile, and helps clean out the refrigerator.  Lucky for me, Noodles & Co. provides several super tasty (and…

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Soylent: the secret to feeding the world?

Soylent: the secret to feeding the world?

A post on Facebook last night caught my eye:  Soylent – the easy, healthy future of nutrition.  I spent the next several hours reading about the product and its development and future, and I was fascinated.  But first, let me back up a bit. In…

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Strawberries: Organic vs. Walmart

Strawberries:  Organic vs. Walmart

A version of this post first appeared on Anna’s personal blog, teamwastell.com. Thanks to their convenient location, low prices and price matching policy, we do the bulk of our grocery shopping at Walmart.  Also, I find that I do way less impulse shopping at Walmart…

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Chicken dialogues

Chicken dialogues

I was following the Twitter feed from a panel discussion at the Food Dialogues in Chicago last week, and a tweet about the issue of labeling for marketing vs education reminded me of something I noticed while grocery shopping a few weeks ago. Consider this chicken,…

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