Quality Food available on line
www.EdenFoods.com – Quality grains, soymilk, pasta, canned beans and tomato products, soymilk, tamari, seaweed, oils, barley sweeteners, nuts, miso and macrobiotic items.
www.quinoa.net – The company that introduced quinoa to the US in 1982 provides various quinoa products, information and recipes.
www.PrimeGrains.com – Ancient grains direct from the Candaian prairie farmers who grow them. Support small farmers, buy their einkorn, Ethiopian barley and buckwheat. Whole grain and flour available.
www.seaveg.com – Maine Coast Sea Vegetables provides Organically Certified (OCIA International), sustainably hand- harvested low-temperature dried sea veggies plus seaweed products. The web-site includes a harvesting slide show, nutritional information and recipes.
www.seaweed.net - The ultimate seaweed page from a Mendocino, California family that wild crafts seaweed.
www.tohum.com – Hand-crafted, traditional food products directly from fertile Anatolia in Turkey. Including sun-baked chile paste, pekmez (pomegranate syrup), dried mulberries and more.
Food and Health Information
www.FoodAndHealing.com – Useful essays on food and health by author Annemarie Colbin.
www.nsf.org – The National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) has information on safe water sources including bottled water and water filtration systems that are tested and certified to nationally accepted standards.
www.satyacenter.com – A community website focusing on alternative health and healing, self-help, spirituality, relationships and global news, offering crystals, gemstones and minerals to assist in self healing and healing for the planet.
www.wildfermentation.com – Everything you need to know—plus the inspiration—to get started fermenting foods.
www.FactoryFarm.org – This group aims to stop factory farms and encourage sustainable food production systems. It suggests ways to oppose large farms and provides a state-by-state listing of relevant issues and contacts. Includes information of meat, poultry and fish farms. Did you know, for example, that only 10 companies control 90 percent of the U.S. poultry production. It is my sincere wish that any eggs or chicken you might consume does not come from one of these companies.
www.foodfirst.org – Excellent site on hunger, food policy and development with an emphasis on sustainable agriculture. This page has a nifty “take action” feature that enables, with one click, to open a window, and print out a letter of opposition on a specific issue. This makes it easy to make informed comments to decision makers.
www.greenpeace.org - Genetic engineering update and action.
www.organicconsumers.org – Campaigning for food safety, organic agriculture, fair trade & sustainability.
www.truthinlabeling.org – The MSG watchdog.
Infants and Children
www.909shot.com – A vaccination shouldn’t damage a child but sometimes they do. Before you gamble with your child’s health, examine potential side effects and your options.