Going Granola Hot Pocket Guides


Do you get to the store and stand in the aisles racking your brain for which chemicals you are trying to avoid?  Do you stare at the Organic vs. Conventionally grown produce wondering if it really matters which fruits and veggies you choose to buy from which bins?  We feel your pain, Mamas, and we have wrangled up some guides to help...Here are some fabulous eco-pocket guides to help you solve the conundrums of which plastics are safe and which fruits and veggies packs the least pesticides.  Stick these in your mom jeans and walk proud!



Do you have any other pocket guides that travel with you on your outings?  Any other websites helping you grow "greener" kids?  

5 comments:

  1. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

    I'm in the process and these resources are just what I needed!

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  2. I love that guide on pesticides and the "dirty dozen"- I use it a lot. I also LOVE the Skin Deep database (which you can't take with you, but once I called my mom from the store to have look up a bunch of cosmetic/personal care products and tell me which ones scored the best).

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  3. Such good stuff!
    I love how you guys make it so we ADD types don't get all overwhelmed and click right out of here.
    Simple is my best friend right now. Thank you!

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  5. Well. . . not precisely on target, but I recently read In Defense of Food. That book convinced me to buy only organic (and organic vs. conventional was just a tiny part of his discussion) from now on. A conventional carrot has like 20% of the nutrients it had 50 years ago. Organic matters, at least with food.

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