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  • Visiting Barbara Kerr, solar cooking pioneer Visiting Barbara Kerr, solar cooking pioneer
    Earlier this summer I finally got to meet Barbara Kerr, a local woman who invented the solar wall oven and pioneered the use of other forms of solar cooking.
  • InsideOut: Chapter 2 ~ Evolution of an Illness InsideOut: Chapter 2 ~ Evolution of an Illness
    by Jack Rossi | ...within five minutes I felt completely under the spell of this fragrance. My eyes felt irritated. I was light-headed. I felt my heart palpitating and my focus and attention became a quivering mass of jell-o.
  • Cherry chocolate coconut ice cream Cherry chocolate coconut ice cream
    If you love cherries, and if you love chocolate, you are going to LOVE this treat.
  • Raw blackberry cheesecake with pecan-date crust Raw blackberry cheesecake with pecan-date crust
    Recently, my Facebook friend Natasha Jamison posted photos and a recipe for a raw cherry "cheesecake" and I knew I had to adapt it, using the organic blackberries I had just purchased.
  • Billy the Exterminator - hot, hip, and humane Billy the Exterminator – hot, hip, and humane
    A&E's reality show follows the zaniest pest removal company on the planet as they trap and release a wide range of animals throughout the swamplands of Louisiana.
  • 25 reasons why having chronic lyme disease makes you a badass 25 reasons why having chronic lyme disease makes you a badass
    by Candice | While some people have a comic book collection or collect rare stamps, you collect infections, and happen to have more than a loaded petri dish.
  • Coloring fun! Coloring fun!
    by Libby | I like having a few coloring pages on the go - it can help me get unstuck on a main project. I think that any artist could benefit from freeing up their inner child!
  • Homemade ghee Homemade ghee
    Ghee is clarified butter that has had its dairy proteins and lactose removed, making it tolerable to many dairy intolerant and allergic people.
  • InsideOut: Chapter 1 ~ The Wonder Years InsideOut: Chapter 1 ~ The Wonder Years
    by Jack Rossi | Instead of putting a little gasoline on a rag then spot cleaning my hands, I would pour a couple tablespoons of the liquid into my palm and scrub my hands together to wash the paint off.
  • Washing clothes when you are chemically sensitive to fabrics Washing clothes when you are chemically sensitive to fabrics
    One of my biggest challenges due to chemical intolerance has been finding tolerable clothing and bedding. I share with you a process for washing new items that has transformed my life!
  • Cultured kohlrabi dill pickles Cultured kohlrabi dill pickles
    These naturally fermented, vinegar-free kohlrabi “pickles” are crunchy, salty, and tart, and very reminiscent of classic cucumber pickles.
  • Spicy slaw Spicy slaw
    The perfect side dish for a summer picnic - made with purple cabbage for a delectably sweet crunch.
  • InsideOut: Introduction InsideOut: Introduction
    Jack Rossi's memoir of his experience with MCS, being forced outdoors and his insight into the Vermont landscape, health and healing and the fragile planet we inhabit.
  • America today: six threats to our future America today: six threats to our future
    America offers a lot to be thankful for, but there are also some serious problems that are eroding the very things that make America great.
  • Sauteed zucchini with garlic scape and spinach pesto Sauteed zucchini with garlic scape and spinach pesto
    This is a delicious side dish that is easy to prepare. To make it a main course, toss it with cooked pasta, rice or quinoa, add white beans or cooked chicken, and stir in more pesto, to taste.
  • Apricot salad dressing Apricot salad dressing
    A simple, tasty, and light gluten-free recipe from Elana's pantry.
  • The joy of creating handmade gifts The joy of creating handmade gifts
    A handmade gift lets someone know that they are valued, that they mean enough to us that we spent time creating a gift.
  • Green veggies and sprouts juice Green veggies and sprouts juice
    This green veggies and sprouts juice provides a protein-packed jumpstart for your day.
  • Super seed granola with homemade cultured oat milk Super seed granola with homemade cultured oat milk
    What could possibly be better for a leisurely weekend breakfast than a bowl of homemade granola soaked in homemade cultured oat milk, topped off with juicy fresh raspberries?
  • Tempeh with broccoli Tempeh with broccoli
    I love tempeh, especially when browned in a bed of caramelized onions and garlic and paired with a vegetable like broccoli, winter squash or sweet potato.
  • Fresh pea dip with sorrel and thyme Fresh pea dip with sorrel and thyme
    A lot like hummus, but green - with the incredible flavor of peas bursting through, highlighted by thyme, sorrel, and olive oil.
  • Watermelon blueberry smoothie Watermelon blueberry smoothie
    Watermelon (or, water-melon) is 92% water. Its a powerful fruit that is packed with vitamins, antioxidants and re-fueling mineral components.
  • Natural burn care Natural burn care
    Learn how to make a healing comfrey burn poultice and save it in your freezer for future use - a must for any natural first aid kit. Can also be used on aches, sprains, and breaks!
  • Toasted nori crisps - a.k.a. seaweed crack Toasted nori crisps – a.k.a. seaweed crack
    These are light, airy, crispy, salty, and aromatic. One bite and you're hooked. If you have any hesitancy about eating seaweed, these tempting little things will turn you right around!
  • Global action: send Oprah your MCS story today! Global action: send Oprah your MCS story today!
    by Monique van den Broek | I am going to ask you just ONE thing. ONE hour of your time. If we all send our stories to Oprah Winfrey on the 3rd or 4th of July, we can make an impact.
  • Pepper-crusted cashew cheese with herbs Pepper-crusted cashew cheese with herbs
    Use it on crackers or fresh vegetables - it is great with thinly sliced radish. Spread it on bread, or use it on pizza. Do anything with it!
  • Common Scents: Adventures with Autism and Chemical Sensitivity Common Scents: Adventures with Autism and Chemical Sensitivity
    What happens when a 22 year old with both autism and chemical sensitivity leaves college and tries to make her way in the world? This is Kate's story.
  • Breakfast bars Breakfast bars
    Filling and tasty omega-3 packed power bars - eat 'em for breakfast, as a snack, or a healthy dessert.
  • Raw sprouted wild rice salad Raw sprouted wild rice salad
    An addictive easy-to-make raw summer salad using sprouted wild rice. You'll love it!
  • Cherry almond chocolate crisp bars Cherry almond chocolate crisp bars
    Raw or baked, these delicious whole food treats are packed with healthy fats, vitamins, and protein so you can snack guilt-free!
  • Loaded strawberry lemon poppyseed bread Loaded strawberry lemon poppyseed bread
    Sweet and moist and lovely and incredibly flavorful, and slices like a dream.
  • Green lemonade Green lemonade
    A nutrient-packed super delicious green juice - with kale, cucumber, lemon, and apple - to quench your thirst on the hottest of summer days.
  • Gulf spill workers matter too Gulf spill workers matter too
    Workers cleaning up the Gulf oil spill are getting sick but a call to open emergency clinics to treat these injured workers got no mention by the President in his brief this week on progress in the Gulf.
  • My root canal extraction adventure My root canal extraction adventure
    When my front cap unexpectedly came out one day a couple of months ago, I was more than ready to have my 30-year-old root canal extracted.
  • Sugar free strawberry rhubarb jam Sugar free strawberry rhubarb jam
    Instead of packing it with loads of refined sugar, this jam relies mostly on the sweetness of strawberries, along with a bit of pomegranate juice, stevia, and local raw honey.
  • Asian coleslaw Asian coleslaw
    Spice up a classic summer side dish with ume plum vinegar, toasted sesame seeds, lime juice, and freshly grated ginger. Zing!
  • Chilled summer pea and herb soup Chilled summer pea and herb soup
    This is the perfect no-cook solution for a light summer meal. All you need is a blender and fresh produce, and you're good to go!
  • Green your art! Ecojot Sketchbooks and Journals review Green your art! Ecojot Sketchbooks and Journals review
    by Libby | Ecojot sketchbooks and journals are AWESOME! I totally love them.
  • Spinach cakes Spinach cakes
    What to do with all the spinach crowding out the other greens in the veggie drawer of the fridge? Spinach cake of course!
  • Vanilla maple coconut yogurt fruit salad Vanilla maple coconut yogurt fruit salad
    This could be a side, a snack, a dessert or a leftover midnight snack. You gotta love the creaminess the coconut yogurt provides, and the simple sweetness of the fresh fruit and maple syrup combo.

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