10 Places Petroleum Food Dyes Hide In Your Home

Spring is the time when we get that proverbial fire lit under us to organize, rearrange, and deep clean our lives.  Too bad that I totally missed it.  I put it off until it could only be referred to as ‘Summer Shoveling’.  And now my newly uncluttered mind is meditating on ways that the average […]

The New “Die, Food Dye!” Discussion Forum Is Here!

The NEW DFD Discussion Forum is GO!  Come on over and camp out for some free support, ideas, and dye-free camaraderie! For months I’ve been wanting to provide an organized place for dye-sensitive families to hook up and share what they know.  The fast-growing DFD Facebook page has proven to me that there is a need for this […]

How To Adopt A Food Manufacturer For Food Revolution Day: #DitchTheDyes Campaign

Food Revolution Day is tomorrow!  I’ve been busy this week trying to encourage folks to take back our food system.  I’ve posted my first-ever recorded interview with a child who shared her hilarious and touching perspective on being dye-free.  I’ve started a new monthly series of  Winners & Losers of Food Coloring lists.  And for […]

Revamp Your Pantry In 3 Easy Steps & Ditch The Food Coloring For Good!

In honor of Food Revolution Day coming up on May 19th, I wanted to offer up something that would help folks take that first step towards additive-free eating:  The pantry purge. I know, I know, I know…stay with me now…this post is 100% guaranteed not to kill you… If you’re trying to avoid synthetic foodstuffs […]

My Trader Joe’s Shopping List

One reader asked for a list of my favorite dye-free items at Trader Joe’s.  Now that I’ve survived Pollenpocalypse 2012 and am operating at nearly 100% again, I am happy to finally get back on the blog wagon and share what I know.  I took a long time yesterday at Trader Joe’s, compiling a list […]

Tears And Fears: Grandparents’ Guide To Dye-Sensitive Grandkids

Happy new year to all you parents, grandparents, caregivers, and teachers!  Spending the holidays out west with my parents was such a wonderful and eye-opening experience for this little dye-free family.  I wanted to share some things that I’ve learned from our child’s grandparents near and far, in hopes that this will help other “Grands” […]

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