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  • Adore Botanicals In Bloom Set- A Review
    Adore Botanicals In Bloom Set- A Review
    Emilia Obiekea, founder and operator of Adore Botanicals, healed her own scalp psoriasis! It may sound miraculous, and may be, in a way it is, but what it took was educating herself on organic, raw, natural ingredients. As an herbalist, what...
  • Where does the snow go?
    Where does the snow go?
    Winter is here and brought with it a blizzard named Jonas. Many in the Philadelphia region are still battling the snow, or what is left of it. Shovels and salt are flying off the shelves at local stores and many sore backs are feeling the heavy of...
  • State of the food entrepreneur services industry
    State of the food entrepreneur services industry
    Once fringe foods are migrating toward the middle as alternative eating goes mainstream. The recently wrapped Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco reported “record sales of the $109 billion specialty food industry” and its biggest...
  • Why eating vegan in Italy is getting easier
    Why eating vegan in Italy is getting easier
    Diverse diets and contagious constructs around health are spreading across the globe, for some markets moving with the speed of the multinational food supply chains that run through them. As the lines between food cultures blur and the industry...
  • Probiotic Generation
    Kombucha Pro Liquid Drops: A Review
    My eating habits are good. Eighty percent of my plate is vegetables. I eat white (rarely red) meat may be three times a week, and I always eat breakfast. My drinking habits are arguably just as good. I drink two cups of coffe in the morning....
  • Home Canned Potatoes
    Food Preservation Series : Canning Potatoes at Home
    At certain times of the year, various produce comes up on amazing sales. For example, just before Thanksgiving of this last year, certain locations had 10lb sacks of potatoes for just one dollar. But how do you keep such veggies in a usable state...
  • DIY soothing herbal compresses made from herbs in your garden
    DIY soothing herbal compresses made from herbs in your garden
    Soothing cool herbal compresses can help relieve swelling, ease the symptoms of too much sun and minimize the effects of insect bites. Cold compresses can also help speed healing in situations of bruising, occasional swollen glands, and minor...
  • How to make a beautiful succulent wreath
    How to make a beautiful succulent wreath
    Succulent wreaths are a creative way to show your love of gardening and plants. However, purchasing a ready made succulent wreath can set you back nearly $100.00 or more. Since it is very easy to make one yourself and allows you to choose the...
  • Natural essential oils
    Top five uplifting and invigorationg essential oils
    The essential oil world is a big world and a big industry and is often overwhelming. There are many questions to ask. What is this particular oil good for? What company can I trust? What should the oils cost? The list goes on. So, first things...
  • The year of the eater entrepreneur
    The year of the eater entrepreneur
    Never more than now have eaters asserted and witnessed their power over the food industry. At minimum, every eater is a part of the food industry from the consumption end. Growth in organic, local, sustainable, humane and clean label production is...
  • Chaga-Inonotus obliquus
    Chaga is the king of antioxidants
    Feeding our bodies, that means so many different things to so many people. We are a land of plenty, I have witnessed firsthand how overcome with emotion a person became when I took them to our local supermarket one evening to pick up a few food...
  • Plantain, this common weed offers superior natural wound care
    Plantain, this common weed offers superior natural wound care
    Plantain is a common weed of lawns, driveways, parks, and playgrounds. It is easy to identify it by the five parallel veins running the length of each leaf. There is broad leaf plantain (Plantago major) with wide leaves, and narrow leaf plantain ...
  • 9 questions for food entrepreneur Shawn Cooney of Corner Stalk Farm
    9 questions for food entrepreneur Shawn Cooney of Corner Stalk Farm
    Shawn Cooney appeared at the first Food Sol Community Tableheld in Boston in January 2014. Fittingly, the topic was urban agriculture: Article 89 had just passed the month before. His identifying as a former tech investor now in farming made Shawn...
  • Great last minute gift ideas for gardeners
    Great last minute gift ideas for gardeners
    From unique one of a kind pieces of garden art to books that inspire and teach, seeds and fruit trees, even a composting bin, there are plenty of choices to gift a gardener. Here is a list of ideas, sure to inspire you and please the recipient.How...
  • 6 growth questions for a food entrepreneur: Deena Jalal of FoMu Ice Cream
    6 growth questions for a food entrepreneur: Deena Jalal of FoMu Ice Cream
    Deena Jalal’s visit to Community Table at Babson last month was rich with lessons around how to build a food business. It got this Examiner thinking, and led to six new questions for a food entrepreneur – all about growth. Naturally,...
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