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Butter Choices ~ scientists have concluded that butter is actually good for you if you get it from the right source. But finding the right source can be tricky given all the buzz words and fancy marketing these days. Choosing the wrong type of butter can secretly ruin your health without you even knowing it! Here’s a look at what’s really going on and how to choose the healthiest butter for you and your family.

These look amazing!! There's a kind at Target that I like to buy (it's one of their organic brands), never thought of making them myself! :o

Hungry or Just Bored? | Rebel Dietitian, Dana McDonald, RD. GC says, If you buy the Purelite Cast Iron Apple Peeler, Slicer and Corer (which Processes Dozens of Apples in Minutes, Quickly and Easily for Pies and Canning) as I did, you will enjoy eating apples again because in a few minutes you will have a cored, pealed and sliced apple in your hand. You should buy organic apples.

from SELF

The Working Mom Diet: Easy Ways to Stay Healthy

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from Don't Waste the Crumbs

20+ Best Healthy Foods to Buy in Bulk

We buy in bulk to save money, but which items won't go bad over time? Great list of 20+ healthy foods that will last at least a year in storage.

from Perry's Plate

Staying Whole in a Processed World: Fruits & Vegetables

Dirty Dozen / Clean Fifteen - Which fruits and vegetables to buy organic

from Good Housekeeping

The Best Organic Red Wines We've Tried

from Joybilee Farm

70 Medicinal Herbs to Sneak into Your Organic Garden

By growing herbs yourself, in your own garden, you get the freshest, most potent medicinal herbs. These are thriving under the same stressors that you, yourself, are challenged with. When you buy dried herbs, even from local herb stores, they won’t be as active or as potent as the herbs that you harvest fresh and process yourself. But how do you fit medicinal herbs into your home garden plans? You don’t need hundreds of acres to grow enough medicinal herbs for your family’s wellness…