As mentioned in the previous post you can get good food for a good discount whilst shopping at Whole Foods. I took my own advice and used the $1 off Rudi’s Organic bread at my favorite natural food store, the Co-Op in Santa Monica. The bread was already on sale for $2.99, add in the coupon and it’s only $1.99. Check the Rudi’s Website for coupon and where to purchase. Anything under $2 for bread is a good deal, but for organic bread it is a great deal.
I think it’s great to teach the younger generation how to grow food as this skill is becoming more and more beneficial to a happy and healthy life. I was extremely excited when I received an email from one of my mommy friends documenting her son’s first experience growing tomatoes. I have included her photos and play-by-play of this teachable and delicious endeavor. – GreenUp! Guy
Monique and I mixed up some all-natural, non-toxic cleaners and shared the recipes with all of you. The goal is to test and compare these cleaning solutions in our cleaning regimen. The Mold Remover is simple and cheap to put together, consisting of one part hydrogen peroxide to two parts water. It worked quite well and did not offer any toxic fumes to get loopy from.
Recently, Monique and I mixed up some all-natural, non-toxic cleaners and shared the recipes with all of you. The goal is to test and compare these cleaning solutions in our daily cleaning regimen. The All-Purpose Cleaner is simple and cheap to put together, consisting of water, baking soda and vinegar.
I really enjoy riding the bus for no other reason than it gives me an opportunity to make some good progress on my latest read, Fresh Food From Small Spaces on my iPhone Kindle application. I highly recommend this book for all urban gardeners.
I admit that riding the bus is not all roses and unicorns (do those two go together?).