Cocoze Sandals

April 28, 2014

Products that are sustainable are amazing and it seems as though there are still not enough of them, but we are one step closer with Cocoze Sandals. They are made from coconut husks and completely compostable, except for the straps. I had never heard of such sandals, but that’s because they are one of a […]

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Wednesday Goodies

April 2, 2014

Happy mid-week! I’ve got a few more cute items to share with you. Though I haven’t tried any of these yet, they have all piqued my interest. Refillable K-Cups Single-serve coffee makers have certainly become the easiest way to have a freshly brewed cup of coffee, made just right. But what about all of those […]

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Garden State Green Fest: Groovy Globe

March 31, 2014

Groovy Globe is another earth conscious company that I met at the Garden State Green Fest at Kean University on March 15. Groovy Globe is an eco-company that was started by Candace, who has a 15-year career in promoting businesses and consumer products. She thought using her knowledge would help to benefit other companies too. […]

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Daiya Provolone Style Slices

March 21, 2014

Traditional provolone is one of those cheeses that I always forget is really so great when melted and super stretchy, I’m definitely a fan. So I was hoping that would help me easily become a fan of Daiya’s provolone style slices, as a great alternative in my sandwiches. Created with similar ingredients to other Daiya […]

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Garden State Green Fest 2014: Green Eileen

March 19, 2014

If you missed my recap of the Garden State Green Fest including a Q&A with Ed Begley, Jr and details of his green talk, check it out here. Onward to another great company to feature! After listening to Ed’s talk, there was a good amount of time until the next lecture I was considering attending […]

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Garden State Green Fest: Q&A with Ed Begley, Jr. and Green Awards

March 17, 2014

Upon my arrival to the Garden State Green Fest, held at Kean University I was thrilled to see the awards ceremony occurring, presented by actor and activist Ed Begley, Jr. It was fantastic to see citizens being honored here are a few that I found unique: Eight year old Aaron Diament, who raises Monarch butterflies […]

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How to be Green in your Home Office

March 12, 2014

Here are a few tips to help you be a bit more earth friendly while working in your home office Print only what you need. Print on recycled or wheat straw paper when you do print. We have 10 sheet sample packs of wheat straw paper available for free here. Set your computer to sleep […]

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Daiya Vegan Havarti Style Wedge

March 10, 2014

Daiya has many unique dairy-free products; to me this was the most daring cheese I’ve tried from them. Havarti is a cheese that is new to me, more the reason to try it I’d say. Traditional Havarti is a semi-soft cheese, which is usually aged 3 months, with a buttery aroma. Since Daiya cheese is […]

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Daiya Vegan Cream Cheese Style Spread

March 7, 2014

Sunday morning salted bagel from the bagel store down the street used to be my weekly ritual, coated with a good helping of cream cheese or sometimes veggie cream cheese if I felt fancy. Though I’ve fallen out of that weekly tradition in favor of Zucchini Pancakes and Cream Cheese French Toast, the occasional whole […]

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