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October 17, 2007 @ Whole Story
When choosing your Halloween costume, why not take the opportunity to reuse and recycle? Look around the house for clothes and supplies for a cool costume, and get crafty. Can you come up with an amazing get-up without buying anything new? Send us your ideas for creating a terrific disguise constructed completely of reused materials.
October 17, 2007 @ Whole Story
Learn about the quality standards for our farm-raised salmon, get some advice on choosing the perfect potato and try a recipe for hearty Salmon Chowder.
October 1, 2007 @ Whole Story
Three fl@vors subscribers will win a trip to Australia next month (click here for details). Thanks to Renewable Choice Energy 100% of carbon usage for this trip will be offset. How do you think about offsetting carbon usage in your daily life? What are some of the small steps you take to reduce carbon usage from day to day?
October 1, 2007 @ Whole Story
When it comes to mushroom cookery, there’s a lot more choice than just the usual white buttons in a box. In this episode, learn about the selection and use of a variety of mushrooms. We’ll explore their health benefits and talk about different ways to cook with them as well.
September 11, 2007 @ Whole Story
School's back in session, meaning a return to routines. How do you incorporate green living and awareness into the daily routine for your family? Peggy shares her story: "My six children learned about reduce, reuse and recycle long before they learned their ABC's. They amaze me with some of the creative ways they come up with to reuse items that so many of their friend's families view as trash. So many times they have come home and said, 'Mom, you'll never believe what so and so's mother is throwing out.'
September 11, 2007 @ Whole Story
In this episode, head Down Under with us to explore the joys of Australian food and wine.
August 27, 2007 @ Whole Story
From supporting a biologically diverse, healthy environment to limiting the toxic and long-lasting chemicals in our surroundings, there’s no shortage of reasons to buy organic. Take a look at our top reasons for choosing organic. Why do you choose to buy organic?
August 27, 2007 @ Whole Story
Tune in to our latest podcast to hear from whole Foods Market’s buyers and how they work to source organic products for you. We’ve also got a great recipe for a Quick Tortilla Casserole featuring 365 Everyday Value Organic pantry staples.

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