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UK supermarket builds bee hotels

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By Unknown #2 April 2, 2010
British chain Sainsbury's has received praise a-plenty for its ever-so-green Gloucestershire store. Featuring kinetic energy recovery technology in the parking lot and a rain collection system, the store is a fine example of what a grocery store can be. Read more...
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Rice is nice, but ...

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By Unknown #2 April 7, 2010
... how about stirring things up in the kitchen with some new grains? Our Pantry Raid columnists are forever extolling the virtues of the might grain quinoa, and some of us have been converted to the versatile, nutritious curly-tailed little gem. And today, GoodLifer lauds the lentil. Read more...
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What would Dali's dinner look like?

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By Unknown #2 April 7, 2010
Ever wonder what Katharine Hepburn served her notable dinner party guests? Or Madame Igor Stravinsky, for that matter? How about Eleanor Roosevelt? Thisnifty little bookwill let you in on the culinary habits of the rich and famous, so you can know how the other half ate, and (if you're daring in the kitchen) you can eat like them, too. Read more...
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There's a new do-gooder in town

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By Unknown #2 April 7, 2010
We're excited to see the launch of the BeGood Campaign, the brainchild of Julie Courtright, creator of BeGood:GoLocal - Milwaukee. Read more...
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Earth Day heads-up

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By Unknown #2 April 9, 2010
Earth Day is coming up, and our intern (we have the best intern, you know) came up with a list of great activities and events taking placein our fair cityon Earth Day and into the weekend. Don't say we didn't tell you. Thanks, Alicia! Read more...
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What's in season?

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By Unknown #2 April 9, 2010
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How do you like them apples?

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By Unknown #2 April 12, 2010
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Alterra meets with Bay View residents tonight

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By Unknown #2 April 12, 2010
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Changing the world, one bike at a time

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By Unknown #2 April 13, 2010
How about some good news on a Tuesday morning? Dream Bikes is now open in Milwaukee, teaching teens how to repair and refurbish donated bikes - providing them with a wage, a trade, and small business savvy. Similar to the MIlwaukee Bicycle Collective, Dream Bikes takes donated clangers and shines them up, mostly for kids - but this nonprofit is sheltered by Trek's umbrella. Read more...
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Milwaukee makes cyclists' top 50

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By Unknown #2 April 13, 2010
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Have we convinced you to eat grass-fed, organic meat yet?

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By Unknown #2 April 13, 2010
If we haven't, a story in USA Today might help you along the way. Reporter Peter Eisler writes about 'a growing concern over marketing tainted beef," citing a federal audit that condemned the current practice of permitting the sale of meat that contains pesticide, antibiotic or chemical residues. Read more...
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A 'Fresh' spin on the food system

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By Unknown #2 April 14, 2010
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We're wild, green, bright and happy

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By Unknown #2 April 14, 2010
Wild, green, bright and happy could describe a highly-evolved parrot, but in this case, it's the lineup of events at Outpost this coming weekend. Read more...
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Warm wheatberry weekend

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By Unknown #2 April 16, 2010
Warm wheatberry salad. We're not sure if we're lulled by the name of this recipe or tempted by the photo, but we just have to share it with you because it sounds delicious and it screams "healthy" louder than a steel-cut-oatmeal-producer convention. Read more...
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Sunday blog

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By Unknown #2 April 16, 2010
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Keep your friends close, and your little friends closer!

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By Unknown #2 April 16, 2010
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Pam Mehnert

Here's How It Began

A Year of Inconvenience
By Pam Mehnert April 18, 2010

For me, November begins the season of cooking and the celebration of comfort foods. The smell of warm, freshly baked bread, or a pot of chili simmering on the stove, bring back strong childhood memories of comfort for me. I learned to cook from my Mom, who sent me off to college with a hand-written notebook filled with all the recipes I enjoyed at our family table. I still have the notebook, and some thirty plus years later, I’m still cooking some of the same recipes – many of them now with my own twist on flavor.
 

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Day One - Must Organize

A Year of Inconvenience
By Pam Mehnert April 19, 2010
Do you see that crying garlic container on the right in this picture? That pretty much represents my feelings as I take each bottle and can of my beloved convenience items and sort them into bags for my local food pantry. This is all good food, actually great food with great flavors from my beloved Outpost Natural Foods. But it’s the food I will do without over the next 12 months as I prepare my pantry for the single ingredients that will take their place.
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Don't let ash spoil your dinner - eat local

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By Unknown #2 April 21, 2010
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Outpost: We were green when "green" was just a color

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By Unknown #2 April 21, 2010
Karen Herzog at the Journal Sentinel writes about Earth Daythis week and gives Outpost a hearty nod of appreciation for being green before green was cool ... back when Kermit was complaining about it, in fact. Read more...
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