It’s a new year and a time for new beginnings. Time to get started on going green.
Beyond cross-breeding or hybridization, GMOs are foods that have had new material inserted into their genetic code.
My son has grown up with vinegar and Dr. Bronner’s Sal Suds and Castile Soap. All of these say, “Clean!” to him.
I know that the word “green” at best is trendy, and at worst is pretentious. But here’s what it means to me.
Here’s a perk of nontoxic cleaners: not only is it safe to use around children, it’s also safe for children to use.
I have at times mistrusted everything I know about the effectiveness of natural cleaners and the dangers of conventional ones.
“Going green” is not a change that you can make suddenly. It takes time and new habits. Make it easy on yourself.