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Why Cook Organic Food?

Why cook organic food? It's better for your health and the health of the planet. This makes it a better value than “conventional” or industrial food, even though it often costs a little more. Fortunately, cooking at home is much cheaper than eating out, even if you cook with organic ingredients.

Why cook organic food - butterflies, babies, healthy vegetables, safe farmer, children and planet

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Happy Toxic-Free Holidays!

I finally met one of my heroes in person at the Sustainable Agriculture Conference last month: Fawn Pattison. She's a Senior Advocate for Toxic Free NC. She's a fabulous organizer who is smart, funny, and warm. She stopped by Quail Ridge Books & Music when I was there for Shop Small Saturday last week. Here's a picture of Fawn with Quail Ridge Books' Angel Tree, which lets customers give books to needy children. Fawn has her own serious little angel with her.

Fawn Pattison of Toxic-Free NC

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