Project Green Foot- Week 30

Good Karma Kitchen Food Truck Texas
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Before this week-end, I had never eaten food from a truck. The stigma that is attached to it is meat on a stick and crappy food. Texas is big on food trucks. They have food truck parks everywhere. There is actually one walking distance from my place. I have been…

Project Green Foot- Week 28

Orange carrot pear juice
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The carrots at the farmers market are the biggest, fattest and most delicious carrots I have ever seen and tasted. I tend to buy a lot of them during the week because I enjoy juicing them. Carrot and apple or carrot and pear juice really are one of the most…

Project Green Foot- Week 27

fair Trade
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I was disappointed with our CSA basket this week. It just seems they threw a bunch of random fruits and veggies in a basket with little though. I am pretty sure the only thing local was the tomatoes. We decided we are going to cancel our CSA basket and just…

Project Green Foot- week 22

Blueberry pie
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This week, I took my compost to Whole Foods for the first time, and it did not go as well as planned. When I had originally asked about composting, the women working at customer service told me just to put my compost in a bag and than place it in the designated compost bin near the…

Project Green Foot- Week 21

Jan30-PGF
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This past week I picked up our CSA basket and it was loaded with leafy greens. Many I have already juiced and others I am just anticipating how yummy they will taste. The one thing that caught my eye was this beautiful purple kale. At first glance, I wasn’t quite…

Project Green Foot: Week 14

Dec12-PGF
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Saturday was a fun-filled day for us: we travelled to Dallas for the day and got a few things off our to-do list. Little E desperately needed some warmers clothing, like long sleeve shirts and sweaters, so we headed to H&M to pick up some of their organic cotton and recycled clothing from their conscious collection, which I love. I know we…