Time Magazine Asks: Who Needs Organic Food?

Last week’s issue of Time magazine featured a special health checkup devoted to the questions and debates surrounding the organic food movement. I though it was a very interesting read; the author of the primary article, Jeffery Kluger, raised many of the same questions that have been raised by readers here at Simple Organic, such (read more…)

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Sunday Links: Adios, August

• From Kitchen Stewardship: Packing a Lunch: Healthy Food to Go • From The EcoDiva: Discover the Hidden Talents of Olive Oil • From Deliciously Organic: Hashed Browns (including an excellent article on fats!) • From Big Green Purse: Salmonella eggs make a strong argument for local, organic farms • From Clean: How to Make (read more…)

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Weekend links

31 Days :: Remodeling This Life Drums in My Living Room :: (in)courage 30 New Free High-Quality Fonts :: Smashing Magazine Capturing Family Memories in Photos :: Organizing Your Way Pottery Barn Hacks for Fall :: Nesting Place “Miracles are a retelling in small letters of the very same story which is written across the (read more…)

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Q&A: Who was one of your influential teachers?

For most of us, we’re at the dawn of a new school year. Kids’ crayons are still wrapped in paper, shoes are gleaming white, and there might even be a certain eagerness to waking up in the morning for a day of learning. Perhaps you’ve even got a bouquet of newly-sharpened pencils. Who knows. Even (read more…)

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DIY: Draft Dodger and Some Energy Efficiency Talk

Written by contributor Eren Hays San Pedro of Vintage Chica. For some of you up North, the weather is already beginning to cool off.  The last few evenings here in Virginia have felt measurable cooler than the unbearably humid 90’s of last week. And for those of you down South, autumn and cooler weather is (read more…)

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