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Olive tree branch salad servers collected from the ancient shores of Anatolia. $29.00

Once a year, olive pickers prune the trees on the Aegean shores of Anatolia — one of the oldest regions of olive cultivation in the world. Those pruning sessions yield these fully natural salad servers made from olive branches. Designed by Koray Ozgen for ODUN, the branches are hand turned on one extremity only, which becomes a smooth handle for tossing and serving green salad. Each pair is......read more

Ombre Salad Serving Set

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A bold pop of color brightens up these sustainable teak salad tongs $32.00

What's not to love about a good salad? They're healthy, delicious, and a great way to flex your culinary creativity. But if you eat a lot of them, like us, it's easy to get bored with the same old salad bowl and tongs. The Ombre Salad Serving Set available via Rodales presents a good option for livening up your tabletop. Made of sustainably harvested teak, the tongs feature a surprising pop of......read more

Sesame Kale Salad

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Delicious Asian-style goodness from Fresh 365

If you grow veggies, kale is a no-brainer. It's super hardy and easy to grow, and you can grow choice varieties and harvest the fresh leaves when they are young and tasty. We're working on finding the best kale dishes around. This Sesame Kale Salad comes from Erin at Fresh 365, who made it from a bunch of leftover kale from her CSA. It worked out so well, she's going to seek out......read more

Farmer's Fridge: The Healthy, Organic Vending Machine

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Chicago vending machines hawk fresh salads instead of junk food

Joseph Erbentraut for the Huffington Post: CHICAGO -- When 27-year-old Luke Saunders told his former boss he was turning down a substantial raise and promotion to create a vending machine that would sell exclusively organic, restaurant-quality salads and snacks, he was met with looks of disbelief and confusion. "They still think I'm nuts," Saunders, the founder of Farmer's Fridge,......read more

Grain Salad Goodness

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Delectable whole grain summer salads -- and they're good for you too

Nothing against rice and beans, but there's a whole world of grainy goodness beyond, a culinary realm that's criminally ignored in most kitchens (including our's). Barley, bulgur, quinoa, millet — whole grains are readily available, easy to cook, and make for scrumptious summer salads. After 30 years making salads using rice, beans, and lentils, LA Times writer Russ Parsons dove......read more

Brrrr, Turn Up the Server

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'Data furnaces' tap heat-generating computer servers to warm houses

With the rise of cloud computing, data centers are popping up all over that are filled with heat-emitting servers. These servers are comprised of motherboards, and the motherboards must be cooled to prevent overheating. Technology companies pay energy costs to run the servers, and an additional 50% of the cost of running the servers simply to cool them with fans. Why not eliminate the fans and......read more

Don't Shoot The Messenger

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James Cameron's declaration of war on climate change has earned jeers from conservative observers. And he couldn't care less.

Saving the planet has never been such a thankless task. It began with the demonization of Al Gore, continued with the railroading of Van Jones, and now it’s trickled down to James Cameron, whose eco-minded Avatar is drawing the Right’s wrath. One pundit dismissed the film as “socialism-disguised-as-nonsense enviro stuff,” and in the same motion dismissed the whole green movement as......read more

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