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Word count: 1049   Last edited by Lisa Bronner on June 15, 2015 at 10:29 am


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Thank you for the article. Good read. I love your liquid and bar soaps.


Wonderful article. Thanks for sharing this vital information with the rest of us. I’ve been missing out on eating all those toxic additives you write about since I went organic in 2013 — best thing I’ve done for myself in many years! Keep up the great work!


Hi Lisa,

This is the best article you’ve written and I’ve enjoyed quite a few of them. My husband and I slowly moved to a whole foods plant based diet and are the healthier for it. You’ve given me a new way to express what we eat when asked. We don’t eat it if it has a face or a mother, but we do eat it If it can rot. Thank you!





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