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January 5, 2015

By Ashley Hopkins


When packing snacks for the kiddos or yourself, it’s easy to get in... Read more

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January 4, 2015

By Gretchen Hein

As the winter holidays wind down and the New Year appears on the horizon, many turn their attention to New Year’s resolutions.  While it is noble to pause and reflect on the upcoming year and resolve to do better next year, the percentage of people who actually keep their resolutions is fairly low. Statistics show that only about 45% of Americans actually make resolutions, and of that percentage, only about 8 % end up following through on their resolutions. That’s a pretty dismal picture of such an honorable deed. Instead of throwing out the whole process, perhaps... Read more

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December 30, 2014

When it comes to New Year’s resolutions, health and wellness tend to come up a lot. This, for most folks, entails eating right and exercising often. While both of those are incredibly important for one’s overall well being, there’s an element to this formula that many tend to overlook. Getting some good ol’ fashioned fresh air. Making a goal to get outside... Read more

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December 19, 2014

This Sunday is the Winter Solstice, which marks the shortest day and longest night all year and the official beginning of winter. What better way to connect with the wild on a pivotal day on the natural calendar than to take a break from wrapping gifts and baking cookies so you can head out for a quick, stress free hike! Whether it’s a... Read more

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December 16, 2014

By Gretchen Hein

Recycling has always been a good rule to live by, but lately the folks at Sustainable Tallahassee have offered us an even bigger perspective—Reduce, Reuse, Recycle—the 3 R’s. There’s no time like the holidays to implement the 3 R’s into your life. In fact, consider it a gift to yourself and the planet by finding more ways to reduce, reuse, or recycle as you create your holiday and... Read more

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December 15, 2014

We are very excited to announce the newest addition to our website: Gift Cards! You can purchase through our website, via PayPal, and then we will take care of the rest. Just supply us with your recipient's name and address and we will mail it out with your special message. Or, if you'd rather, we will prepare their package to be picked up at the Customer Service desk. Co-op gift cards are a fantastic gift for anyone who has an interest in cooking, personal health, prepared foods, beer & wine, and more! Or, if you... Read more

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December 3, 2014

By Paul Rutkovsky

Canning or fermenting your garden-fresh fruits and vegetables is a relatively simple way to be sure of what you and your family are eating. If you grow or purchase organic produce, canning will allow you to easily store the food for a minimum of a year and know your meals are chemical free. With a greater interest in locally grown produce and field-fed animals, there’s also been a revival of fermentation over the last decade or so.

How to start? Many begin with purchasing a pressure canner, which can cost roughly $130... Read more

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November 26, 2014

This Friday FRIDAY FRIDAY!! Does Mother Nature's Experience Emporium have some amazing Black Friday deals for you?! You’ll be busting out your front doors to take advantage of these amazing opportunities to spend quality time with loved ones and build lifelong memories. Avoid the crowds and get out into the wide open air to... Read more

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November 24, 2014

My first few Thanksgivings as a vegan were a little awkward, to say the least. A lot of “What Ifs” would run through my mind: “What if someone makes fun of me? What if someone wants to talk about animal rights? What if someone wants me to eat something not vegan?!” It was only after a little experience that I came to realize these “What Ifs” can be handled in a classy, respectful way that make them more of a “No Big Deal” situation, allowing a vegan and their company to enjoy any social dining situation.Social food gatherings are all about sharing in good company and good food so a vegan... Read more

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November 19, 2014

For most folks, Thanksgiving is that time of year where family and friends gather to count their blessings whilst they eat, drink and be merry. Same goes for those of the vegan persuassion. An herbivore Thanksgiving is always a decadent and delicious affair. If you yourself are looking to keep the turkey off your table or if you have a family... Read more

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