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3 Simple & Low Calorie Quinoa Recipes
November 16, 2010, 1:17 pm
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Organic foods

A few years ago, I hadn't even heard about Quinoa. Its one of those things that you ignore unless someone or something forces you to look at it with a different perspective. For me, the search for feeding something healthy and nutritious to my toddler is exposing me to a wide variety of foods which I would otherwise fail to notice! And Quinoa is one such recently discovered gem. [Image via Wikimedia] Filled with protein and other nutrients good for brain development, this easy-to-cook this…


Gwyneth Paltrow Dreams Of Becoming An Organic Farmer
November 15, 2010, 9:52 pm
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Organic gardening and farming

Gwyneth Paltrow is known for her extreme and often unusual diet regimes, one of which made recent headlines after the actress was diagnosed with osteopenia, a precursor to the bone-thinning disease osteoporosis. But now she is looking towards a future in organic farming, and that is a diet we fully support!

The star of the upcoming film Country Song revealed that, “My dream is to have land somewhere outside of Nashville and have a big organic farm outside of the city.” Currently, Paltrow splits her time between homes in New York City and London with husband Chris Martin, but says of rustic living, “I would love it.”

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Buy High Quality Organic Herb Seeds
November 11, 2010, 9:34 am
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 Organic Herb Seeds

Organic herb seeds are usually harvested from organic herbs. These herbs are grown by use of natural pest control and natural fertilizers and therefore do not contain any toxic residues. This means that the herbs are grown in harmony with nature as they do not contain products which could affect the balance of the ecosystem or the functioning of the body.

Herbs As A Garden Plant
November 11, 2010, 9:04 am
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Plant Herbs in Your Organic Garden

Herbs make a great plant choice. Whether you choose annuals, perennials or biennials, these plants give you many options. The selection of different herbs gives you the ability to choose herbs that have different uses. It is helpful for you to do some research before you buy your plants so that you can clearly be aware of the type of herb, its care and how it is used. This article will give you some general information that will help you in starting to grow herbs.


November 11, 2010, 8:55 am
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Your Guide To Gardening!
November 8, 2010, 12:46 am
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A Guide To Gardening! Beginner Level

If you enjoy looking at other peoples beautiful gardens then you may want to learn the basics of gardening so that you can create a fantastic and amazing garden of your own. Gardening is very easy to learn and even the complete beginner can have some amazing looking garden plants and flowers. You have to ensure that you research your seeds well and understand the area that you live in before you get started.

Helpful Ideas On Growing An Organic Garden
November 3, 2010, 5:14 pm
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Growing Your Organic Garden

If you have a passion for gardening then you can already place some value to how important fresh vegetables are. There are however some benefits that you may have overlooked. This is even more so if you are a gardener who uses nothing but natural and organic methods on your veggies instead of artificial pesticides. You already know how different even the taste of your own produce tastes from that which you can find in the stores near you.