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Recipes We Love: Lightly Warmed and Sauced Bok Choy and Brown Rice

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Author: Andrea Todd

Bok choy came in my farm share today, and it was so fresh, and the stems were so crunchy and delicious, I was thrilled with the beautiful vegetable but not quite sure how to cook it up. The whole plant is great--the stems as well as the greens--the stems are high in water content, and the greens are tender and lightly spicy.

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Garden Green Potato Salad

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Author: Andrea Todd

(serves approximately 2)

Warm weather calls for picnics, and a standard dish on the table is potato salad. This simple recipe is a spring version that highlights the new greens in the gardens. It's a dish of bright green that looks and tastes like spring!

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Grilled Sweet Potatoes with Cilantro Lime Dressing

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Author: Seventh Generation

Let's start grilling season right with this easy-to-make recipe from our friends at Whole Foods. Grilled sweet potatoes are a wonderfully delicious substitution for fries or roasted potatoes made with oil. Keep an eye on the grill so the potatoes get tender with just a little bit of char and not burnt.

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6 Steps to Clean Pillows & Sweet Dreams

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Author: greenwrite

The sheets get changed at least once a week, maybe twice because I just love the feel of clean, fresh sheets. So why did it never dawn on me that the pillow(s) upon which I lie my head each night also needed a tumble in the washing machine now and then?

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Toxin Freedom Fighters Take Our Message to Congress

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Author: Seventh Generation

On April 30, the Toxin Freedom Fighters descended on Congress with our Petition, signed by more than 120,000 Americans calling for meaningful toxic chemical reform.

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Six Battle-Tested Tactics for Standing Your Ground with a Toddler

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Author: Liz Moorhead

My three-year-old son has generally decided that he'd prefer not to do whatever I'd like him to do. Each of my requests is met with opposition, with opinions, with, "But, mom!"

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Top 10 Hangouts for Germs in Your Home

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Author: Seventh Generation

Germaphobes Beware! Your home may look spotless, but there are germs lurking right now in places you might not expect to find them (and in a few where you do). The good news? Once you know where to look, keeping things clean is easy. A little soap and water, a dose of disinfecting spray and wipes, and some common sense are usually enough to fend off even the worst offenders.

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“Does It Like Avocados?” and Other Questions about the Baby on the Way

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Author: Liz Moorhead

The reality of a second child is setting in. Now that we've adjusted to the idea of one more small family member, we hope that the other small one in the house adjusts as well.

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You Can Help the Monarchs Stage a Comeback

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Author: Erin Gettler

Two years ago, the monarch butterflies came by the dozens. The hundreds. Here on Long Island, we sat on the beach in September and watched them flutter west all day long. They were following the edge of the ocean on the way to their wintering grounds thousands of miles away in central Mexico. The next fall, we saw none.

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