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Crosscut Boards

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All-purpose boards crosscut from fallen hardwood. $18.00

Ruggedly beautiful Crosscut Boards are made from fallen logs in the woods of Minnesota. They've gone through a special curing process to prevent splitting, and can be used for both cutting and serving. Each board is sealed with a penetrating, moisture-resistant mineral oil finish, which is food-safe and accentuates the natural grain of the wood....read more

Stump Stools

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Handsome indoor/outdoor stools made from a fallen Northwest rainforest maple tree . $570.00

Vancouver-based Cumulus Project is an online concept store offering one unique object for sale at any given time. Once it sells, the next item is unveiled. The project debuts with this wonderful set of three Stump Stools made from a fallen maple tree found on the forest floor in Storm Bay, B.C. The upholstery is white leather and copper tacks over sustainably-harvested-latex foam. Small,......read more

Save Water Soap

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All-natural soap with a refreshing grapefruit scent - and conservation message $8.50

There are limitless ways to conserve fresh water resources, but none are more fun than sharing the shower with that special someone. Save Water Soap promotes dual showering with a fun and friendly daily reminder to limit your water use. Made with all-natural ingredients including organic aloe vera, the bar delivers a sugary grapefruit fragrance that is likely to lead to more shared showers in the......read more

Breeding the Nutrition Out of Our Food

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Writer Jo Robinson discusses the staggering trend of nutrient loss in fruits and vegetables

The sugary, "supersweet" corn we enjoy in summer bears little resemblance to its wild ancestor--a grassy plant called teosinte. With short spikes of grain instead of ears, teosinte has only 5 to 12 kernels in each spike and the kernels are encased in hard shells. High in starch, low in sugar, teosinte has 10 times more protein than the corn we eat today. The case of corn illustrates a much......read more

Eat Cleaner Fruit and Vegetable Wash

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The savvy way to super clean food. $44.14

Eat Cleaner™ is the only tasteless, odorless, all-natural and lab-tested line of food wash and wipes that is significantly more effective than water in cleaning surface contaminants, pesticide residues, waxes and organic particles from commercially and organically grown produce. Inhibits browning. Helps food last longer. Safe to clean countertops and cutting surfaces, utensils - even your......read more

Seasonal Eats: Rhubarb

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Spring brings rhubarb, a versatile veggie (or fruit?) with plenty of culinary applications

Last week you learned a little bit about asparagus. So what’s next on the list for seasonal eats? Rhubarb!Another vegetable (or is it a fruit?) that pops up in early spring in many locations around the globe.  Before writing this piece, I will admit I had never cooked with or tasted rhubarb ever before. I knew that it looked like a mix between celery and red chard but that it’s......read more

Seattle Plans Public Food Forest

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Fruit foraging zone to be planted in the heart of the city

Believe it or not, there was a time when food didn't come packaged for purchase at a grocery store, when eating a meal meant going out and finding food yourself. Eager to get in touch with our foraging roots, a growing group of people are getting passionate about picking wild food from our own backyards. Now, progressive minds at the city of Seattle are hopping on the foraging bandwagon, with......read more

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