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Goodlifer: An App That Makes it Easier for Those with Food Allergies or Sensitivites to Eat Out

An App That Makes it Easier for Those with Food Allergies or Sensitivites to Eat Out

Restaurants are seldom packed as they are right after the holidays, when people are sick of cooking and leftovers and cleaning up and just want to go out and enjoy a good meal…

Goodlifer: 1000 Chefs Against GMOs

1000 Chefs Against GMOs

On November 6th, Californians will go to the ballot box to determine the future of food. Proposition 37—The Right to Know Genetically Engineered Food Act—requires clear labels letting consumers know if foods are…

Goodlifer: OMilk

Milk Without the Moo, Delivered to Your Door

Today, it seems, more and more people are”not really doing dairy anymore.” Perhaps for good reason, as many people really are sensitive to the effects of dairy without even knowing it (I know…

Goodlifer: If You Care - Products for the Conscious Cook

If You Care – Products for the Conscious Cook

I feel a little silly not mentioning If You Care until now. I do a lot of cooking and baking. Some of that is by choice, and some of it’s because I do…

Goodlifer: Mompops - Delicious Frozen Summer Treats from Philly

Mompops – Delicious Frozen Summer Treats from Philly

Hot summer days require delicious, yet healthy, frozen treats. Philadelphia’s first all-natural gourmet popsicle is 100% vegan, free of gluten, dairy, nuts and soy and comes in many fun flavors. When Life has…

Goodlifer: Charley's Organic Toffee - Changemaking Candy

Charley’s Organic Toffee – Changemaking Candy

Everybody and his dog is making caramels or toffee these days; they’re as easy to find as ants at a picnic. But I can tell you that turning out both types of these…

Set The Table, It’s Food Day

Today, October 24, is the first National Food Day, a day of celebration that will occur every year on this same date. The Food Day initiative “seeks to bring together Americans from all…

The Providence Granola Project – Breakfast for People Who Give a Damn

If you were around in the 60s and 70s, you knew about granola, because it was inescapable. Everybody and his brother made granola back then, and, like many other foods favored by hippies,…

Wild Edibles: A Walk in the Swedish Woods with Dan Uhrbom

Some of us buy expensive organic greens in the supermarket while some, like Dan Uhrbom (who is sort of a Swedish version of “Wildman” Steve Brill), simply go out in the forest to…

The $5 Meal Challenge

This past weekend, well over 30,000 people from across the U.S. took Slow Food USA’s $5 Challenge, coming together to enjoy a true “value meal” in their communities. So what constitutes a “value…

Simple, Healthy, Whole Grain Frontier Flapjacks by Kodiak Cakes

Are you as crazy about pancakes as I am? I love them for a relaxed weekend breakfast, of course, but they’re equally good for lunch… and dinner. White flour pancakes are just fine,…

In the Wholesome Pantry: Quinoa

Long neglected in the West, Quinoa has been grown in the Andes of South America for thousands of years. It was a staple food of the ancient Incas, so important to them that…

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