Ramen is just about the perfect food. And no, we’re not crazy.
Here’s what most people “know” about ramen noodles:
- They’re extremely popular in Japan.
- They’re fast and easy to prepare.
- They’re an incredibly inexpensive meal to make at home.
- They’re not very good for you.
From the Merriam-Webster dictionary:
Conducive to or associated with good health or reduced risk of disease.
If that’s the criteria we’re using to determine if ramen is healthy, the answer is clearly “no.”
How can we be kinder to the Earth?
We only have one, so let’s take care of it. Through several sustainability initiatives, we seek out earth-friendly ways to provide our members with affordable goods that leave a lighter footprint.
Everyone’s heard of CBD by now. It’s become so popular you’re likely to find it at any drug store down the street.
If you pay attention to food trends, or watch hours of cooking shows, you might get the idea that lemons were extinct – or that they’re so passé that only grandmothers use them.
Lavender soap. Lavender perfume. Lavender honey. Lavender potpourri. Lavender lotions and body scrub. Lavender lamb chops. Lavender laundry softener. Lavender candles. Lavender bubble bath. Lavender-infused sugar and candies.
Who doesn’t love peppermint?
Throughout history, people have often adopted a “more is more” mindset when it comes to interior design.
Stop by any well-stocked natural foods outlet that sells essential oils, or visit the website of a producer which prides itself on variety, and you may see nearly 100 different essential oils for sale.
Lavender oil? Peppermint oil? Eucalyptus? Lemon? Sweet orange? There’s no mystery there. Even your pre-schoolers could guess where those essential oils (EOs) are sourced from.
But tea tree oil? What in the world is tea tree? Is it really even a tree?