March has come in with a major attitude – something about a lion, right? – but it’s also brought us another No Meat March. This month of pledging to go meat-free, sponsored by The Girls Gone Green, is just the ticket for these cold, blustery days because there are so many fantastic meatless soups. Ah, [...]
By now you probably know that the California ballot initiative to require labeling of most products containing GMOs, Proposition 37, did not pass in November. (For a primer on the issue, read http://theorganicadventurer.com/2012/10/03/catch-up-time-part-2-gmo-labeling/). The California Secretary of State’s Statement of Vote, the official final vote tally, was certified on December 17 and reflected 51.4% voting [...]
At the November 3 Veg Fest, folks were able to sign up for email subscription to The Organic Adventurer, thus entering a drawing for an official Organic Adventurer T-shirt.
This is the design on the back:
These beauties are super-soft Anvil Organic cotton T-shirts in their City Green color. We wanted to avoid plastisol, so we [...]
One of the issues The Organic Adventurer has been wanting to cover for some time now is that of genetically modified foods and the heroic efforts undertaken by so many to force the food industry to label foods containing GMO ingredients.
Several things led to the decision to do a digest-style list for our readers: [...]