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Five Tips for a Green Hanukkah – Recipe, Vegan Potato Latkes

By Marie Oser, Managing Editor ecomii.com
December 11, 2017
File under: Dairy Free, Environment, Green Holiday, Healthy Eating, Recipes, Vegan

Perfect Potato Latkes

Hanukkah, the winter festival of lights is celebrated by Jews around the world and begins this year when the first candle is lit at sunset on Tuesday, December twelfth this year.

An eight-day festival marked by the lighting of brightly colored candles commemorates the rededication of the Temple in ancient Jerusalem. The menorah is a candelabrum with nine branches in which a different candle is lit to mark each consecutive night, the primary ritual on Hanukkah.  …read more of Five Tips for a Green Hanukkah – Recipe, Vegan Potato Latkes here

 
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Fabulous, Festive Holiday Roast ~ Economical, Eco-Friendly and Compassionate!

By Marie Oser, Managing Editor ecomii.com
December 21, 2016
File under: Entertaining, Environment, Green Holiday, Healthy Eating, Recipes, Saving Money, Vegan

 

At this time of year we are reminded of the many blessings we enjoy and encouraged to show compassion for others.  For vegans, this includes non-human individuals and Mother Earth. The Holidays are as much about feasting and compassion as they are about gift giving and this amazing roast is as easy to put together as it is absolutely delicious!

Hosting a meatless meal this year will withhold support for the cruel animal products industry, and save money while saving the planet. Factory Farming, Unnatural, Unhealthy and Unsustainable …read more of Fabulous, Festive Holiday Roast ~ Economical, Eco-Friendly and Compassionate! here

 
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Mechaly, Cruelty-Free Handbags, Stylish, Eco-Friendly and Affordable

By Marie Oser, Managing Editor ecomii.com
February 23, 2016
File under: Environment, Style, Vegan


Not long ago leather was synonymous with cutting-edge fashion, popular with rock stars, artists and bohemian types. Consumers these days are more aware what goes into the production of goods and the impact it can have on the environment.

Transforming animal skin into leather requires massive amounts of energy and a noxious combination of lethal chemicals. Eighty percent of the leather produced worldwide is chrome-tanned (chromium is considered hazardous by the EPA) adding to the already toxic mix of mineral salts, formaldehyde, coal-tar derivatives, oils, dyes and finishes, often cyanide-based used in the tanning process. …read more of Mechaly, Cruelty-Free Handbags, Stylish, Eco-Friendly and Affordable here

 
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Have Yourself a Sustainable Christmas… Let Your Heart Be Light!

By Tammy Fry Kelly
December 7, 2015
File under: Environment, Green Holiday, Healthy Eating

Walk into stores on the first weekend of November and you are faced with shelves and shelves of Christmas paraphernalia, baubles, tinsel, lights, nutcrackers and the list goes on and on!  With fully six weeks to go until Christmas retailers are all over the Christmas mayhem – let me reword that…the retailers are creating the Christmas mayhem!

Most of these items are of course “made in India” or “made in China.”  And although I do not have a problem with imported goods, I do have a problem with creating plastic junk that ends up in boxes in my house or in the trash.

I always try and look at the bright side of things, so I have decided to try to make sure that I have enough time to prepare for that one day and not give in to those last minute emergency gift buying sprees and think like the eco-conscious girl that I am! …read more of Have Yourself a Sustainable Christmas… Let Your Heart Be Light! here

 
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Green Barbecue Tips

By Marie Oser, Managing Editor ecomii.com
May 23, 2014
File under: Environment, Green Holiday, Healthy Eating, Recipes, Vegan

Backyard chefs believe that food cooked over an open fire is especially tasty because the juices stay concentrated in the middle and the surface becomes seared with smoky flavor. Cookouts may well be the quintessential summer pastime but can be unhealthy for people and the planet.

Charcoal Grills:

Burning charcoal briquettes pollutes the air. The smoky flavor in charcoal comes from charred wood and contributes to deforestation. Charcoal briquettes are made from sawdust bound with a type of glue and may also contain limestone, sodium nitrate and coal dust.

Lump Charcoal

Lump charcoal is made from natural hardwood and will generally produce far less ash. Natural wood charcoal will light very easily and does not contain fillers and are therefore free of chemical pollutants. …read more of Green Barbecue Tips here

 
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