Ever since Dig Foods Café opened in Jacksonville, Florida, in May of this year, the peanut gallery has been relentless: “Have you been to Dig yet?” “We should really go to Dig, like soon!” “You have to go to Dig; it’s awesome!”
Well, we figured that unless owner and chef Sean Sigmon had suffered some [...]
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, [...]