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Simple Steps to Greener Living

In one year Americans typically raise about 690 million pounds of cranberries, 1.6 millions pounds of sweet potatoes, and 1 billion pounds of pumpkin.

 

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November 19, 2009

Green Thanksgiving

With Thanksgiving just a week away
It's time to start prepping for the big day
Turkey, stuffing, cranberries and yams
Keep it green while cooking for the fam.

Prepping Your Feast

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, it's time to head out and pick up all the necessary supplies to prep for a delicious (and green) holiday meal.

  • Local farmers' markets are the best resource for the freshest and greenest produce to compliment your turkey dinner. Pick up essential Thanksgiving goodies like cranberries and yams while grabbing a few gourds to decorate the table.
  • Free-range turkeys can be picked up at your favorite local grocer or ordered online and delivered to your home. Enjoy a turkey that's only fed quality grains and is also free of any additives or hormones.
  • Cloth napkins and table linens are an elegant and eco-friendly way to decorate your holiday table. Whether you add some color or keep it simple, you'll be able to throw everything in the washer and use again for another occasion.

Local Harvest can help connect you to local farmers' markets in your community.

Mary's Turkeys has been offering delicious free-range turkeys since 1954 to satisfy turkey lovers during any season.

Bambeco offers a wide variety of eco-friendly linen choices that range from napkins to aprons.

 

Our greencookingpots are made of enameled cast iron and are free of any chemicals.

The natural abrasives in these scrubbing cloths make for a resilient kitchen utility.

 
 

Use again and again. Giant 20" x 28" all cotton dish towel, screenprinted with water-based, non-toxic inks.

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