Biblical Woman

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She gets up while it is still dark; she provides food for her family and portions for her “employees.”  She considers a field and buys it; out of her earnings she plants a vineyard.  She sets about her work vigorously; … Continue reading

Sugar, Salt, Fat | The Reason Why Once You Pop, You Can’t Stop

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I remember looking on when my first-born daughter ate her first meal from her mother. Her mother, new to the title, tentatively, nervously and sometimes painfully gave life through her milk. There’s trust in the exchange of giving and receiving … Continue reading

Finding a Happy Medium | Healthy Eating and Occasional Indulgences

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  At Green with Indy, we are ardent advocates of organically grown food that is made into healthy, delicious meals; however, we understand most people want to balance healthy eating with occasionally enjoying foods that are less than great for … Continue reading

Cincinnati Claims Greenest City in the Tri-State Region Title.

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“If Cincinnati reaches that goal, we think we’ll be a very attractive place for businesses to expand and young people to move back to,” Portman said. “It’s a recruiting tool.” This comment says it all. It recently ran in the … Continue reading

When I Touch a Flower

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“When I touch a flower, I am not merely touching that flower, I am touching infinity. You have to love it enough. Anything will give up its secrets if you love it enough. Not only have I found that when … Continue reading

American Kids May Die Earlier Than Their Parents!

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One-third of U.S. citizens are obese; another third are overweight. Combined they represent over 61% of our country. Children comprise 17 percent of the obese and overweight population in the United States. Millions suffer from Type 2 diabetes and millions … Continue reading

Tomatoes: Lab 101

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50 percent of all tomatoes in the United States come from Mexico and are stocked as “vine ripened” and ready-to-eat from grocer’s shelf. Vine ripened? Millions of people in the country haven’t a clue about how a tomato really tastes … Continue reading

Family Gardening: A Plan to Reclaim Quality Time and Dinnertime

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A common excuse many Americans use to justify our excessive consumption of fast food at dinnertime is the supposed pressure of “crunch time.” Allegedly, we are too busy, too tired, and too preoccupied to take the time to cook and … Continue reading