Our Second Valentine’s Day Without Red 40 Petroleum Dye

Party on…and on…and on… Happy dye-free Valentine’s Day!  I’m taking a peek out of my hidey hole of overwhelm to chime in on “Red 40 Day”, as I lovingly call it.  Things have been rough for us since the accident, but I can’t let this holiday go by without at least a touch of commentary.  […]

How To Prepare For A Dye-Free School Year

I’ve got some good news of the dye-free kind to lay on ya.  I am happy to report that so far, our new school year was a lot easier than I had expected.  My daughter started back a week ago, which is still a little weird to me (why not September, like Hogwarts, err, the […]

Celebrating One Year Dye-Free, New Blog Look, My Vacation, Guest Bloggers, And Something Just For My Readers!

It’s been one year since we ditched the dyes, and our first full dye-free summer will be over in a few short weeks.  Has it been better than last summer?  Oh hell yes.  Is it still a challenge? Often. Even equipped with all this information about the affects of petroleum dyes, I still find myself […]

Winners And Losers Of Food Coloring: July 2012

This monthly ‘Winners And Losers’ feature will appear on the blog every third Thursday.  It’s a list of people, companies, products, and even countries who deserve a shout-out for either their good deeds or their naughty business when it comes to petroleum derived food additives (dyes, preservatives, and flavorings).  I list what piques my interest […]

How We Manage School-Related Food Dye Exposure: Springtime Events

While our school isn’t perfect when it comes to food, with our rainbow sprinkled cakes, dyed popsicles, and tater tots at lunch time…it’s better than many.  We may not have come as far as some schools like Nana Glen in New South Wales, where they did a huge additive-free test run and saw tremendous results […]

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