Ezekiel Bread is the main type of bread we eat at our house. We toast it most of the time when we eat it, even for sandwiches. And one great thing about it, besides the fact that it’s so healthy, is that it has the low glycemic seal for those of you who are concerned about that.
We buy it in the frozen bread section at Central Market or a health food store. It’s a little pricey but worth it for the health benefits. Coupons for Ezekiel Bread can be found here if you’re like me and like to use coupons .
EcoBathroom offers organic towels for those who do not like the idea of pesticides and chemicals being in the towels they use to dry off with after taking a shower. These organic towels are hand loomed using 100 year old looms and methods.
Cotton towels do the best job drying dishes, or at least I think so. I saw towels from Ecokitchen, and they reminded me of ones we had when I was growing up, only ours were a lot thinner. I remember my grandmother had 100% cotton dish towels, homemade from flour sacks many years ago. I had a couple of store bought ones that were OK but not quite as good as my grandmother’s. She had so many towels through the years that by the time I came along, she still had some left. I wish I had some of them. Her towels were awesome for drying dishes or maybe it’s just the memory that’s so awesome!
Central Market carries their own line of organic vegetables which includes green peas, yellow corn, broccoli, green beans, and mixed vegetables. The great thing about their organic veggies is that they are USDA Organic, are top quality, AND are affordable. They have the lowest price on organic vegetables that I’ve seen anywhere.
I don’t know how much you know about GMO foods (genetically modified), but the more I know, the more I don’t want to eat them. According to Jeff Cox, author of The Organic Food Shopper’s Guide, the European Union, China, India, and Zambia refuse to import GMO foods into their country. Since some of our corn here in the US is GMO corn, I have been trying to buy organic frozen corn from Central Market as well as organic corn meal such as Hodgson Mill’s Yellow Organic Corn Meal. Organic corn is never genetically modified! Always look for the little green circular label that says “USDA Organic” for truly organic food.
If my daddy were still alive, I would get this for him for Christmas. One of his favorite singers was Patti Page. I remember as a little girl, I loved the song she sang called “How Much is That Doggy in the Window?” Most of you probably have never heard of it, but from what I remember it’s a good song.