Seeing Red and Going Green Aren’t Always What You Think – Our Journey Away From Food Dye: Guest Post By Kelly Cook

I’m Kelly, married to Tony and mom to one son we adopted through the foster care system.  We live in Arizona and raise chickens, ducks, goats, a steer for beef, and a pig for pork.  We have cats, a new puppy, two bunnies, and an emu.  We try to make most things from scratch and are moving […]

Exciting News! DFD Is Spreading Awareness Through BlogHer!

I am excited to report that one of my posts here on Die, Food Dye! has been published on the BlogHer network!  As BlogHer is a vast community of women writers with a reach of 37 million unique visitors per month, this means that I have the chance to spread awareness of the affects of […]

All Natural And All Happy – Guest Post By Jen Breitfeller

I’m excited to feature DFD’s very first guest post – written by a mom with whom I’ve really clicked on so many food coloring experiences.  She brings up such familiar feelings of bewilderment, desperation, failure, and triumph.  If you’re up with a sleepless child right now, please do yourself and your child a favor and […]

12 Things Everybody Ought To Know About Artificial Food Coloring – DFD Guest Post at happyhippierose

I am delighted to work with Rose, blogger at happyhippierose!  She is not your average gal – She is like twenty amazing people rolled into one!  Her socks alone make my day.  I’ve enjoyed reading about her life of crafting, surviving cancer, sacrifice, partying, nursing, loving, and volunteering.  You must read about her evolution in […]

Ten Things Everyone Should Know About Artificial Food Coloring – DFD Guest Post at SortaCrunchy

What a week!  I’ve met SO many folks who have first-hand experience with food coloring sensitivity, after doing a guest post entitled “Ten Things Everyone Should Know About Artificial Food Coloring” on a friend’s site.  I owe a huge debt of gratitude to my friend Megan, blogger at Sorta Crunchy, writer for Simple Kids, and parenting book […]

Artificially Rose-Colored Glasses: Why Does The U.S. Still Use Petroleum Food Dyes?

FD&C (“food, drug, and cosmetic”) dyes, or food colors, were originally made from coal tar, and are now made from petroleum.  Carcinogens like benzene (found in crude oil runoff) are strictly limited in our gasoline in the US, but we still use petroleum dyes contaminated with benzene in our FOOD.  Blue dye in your food […]

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