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Ingredients: 1 Gluten-free baguette, sliced 4 oz. Basil Pesto Small Mozzarella Balls, sliced Heirloom Cherry Tomatoes, sliced Fresh Basil, finely chopped 24 oz. Boulder Organic Minestrone Soup Directions: Prepare a baking sheet with parchment paper. Spread one side of each baguette slice with pesto. Lay alternating slices of mozzarella and cherry tomato on top of the pesto. Place the croutons under the broiler until the mozzarella is melted and just bubbly. Place the croutons onto … Continue reading →
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Jen-ai Stokesbary, the Marketing Director at Boulder Organic and Jamie Stein, the Marketing Coordinator, took a look back into why they began choosing organic for their lifestyle. Everyone approaches organic differently, so take a look below at how Jen-ai and Jamie did it! Jen-ai Why do I buy organic: Organic is better for farm workers It’s better for the beaches and rivers I love Organic helps to preserve biodiversity and diversity of thought Why I … Continue reading →
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Knowing which produce is the cleanest and which is the most sprayed is key to making organic decisions. Check out the lists below to see what you should choose organic, and what is okay to remain buying conventional! The Dirty Dozen celery peaches strawberries apples domestic blueberries nectarines sweet bell peppers spinach, kale and collard greens cherries potatoes imported grapes lettuce The Clean Fifteen onions avocados sweet corn pineapples mango sweet peas asparagus kiwi fruit … Continue reading →