Last night’s recorded webcast: Saving on Organics

In last night’s recorded webcast, blogger Heather from Because More is More shared what organic means, why it’s important, and different ways you may save.

Heather & I mentioned a few things during the webcast I wanted to direct you to:

  • Tacoma has a Farmer’s Market at Proctor through the winter. The next one is Saturday, February 12.
  • I mentioned that Jaime Oliver had a resource on his site about finding good, local food. I stand corrected! It’s over at EatWell. Type in your zip and city to find local farmers, butchers, and more!
  • Heather also mentioned the Dirty Dozen, or the 12 foods you should always strive to buy organic.

For more resources, please stop by this post at Because More is More today! She’s shared even more links and tips to help get you started! Thank you again, Heather, for an informative and engaging webcast!

Here are a few organic deals happening right now to help get you started.

:: Organic apples are just $0.88/lb through Saturday at Fred Meyer.
:: Score $32 worth of organic baby clothing for as low as $14 today only at Eversave.
:: Organic oranges and Newman’s Own products on sale starting tomorrow at QFC.
:: Head to where you can print a $0.75/1 Muir Glen organic tomatoes coupon. These are priced around $1.25 at Fred Meyer right now.

What other tips do you have for saving on organic and eco-friendly products?


  1. Noelle says

    I was enjoying your webcast from last night for about 5 minutes when it suddenly stopped. I tried to replay it a couple of times and it stops in the same place. It may be my computer but it may also be something wrong with the recording. If I am able to watch it later, please let me know. Thanks for all you do!

  2. Chandra says

    My friends have a small organic (not certified though) farm and they raise grass fed, no hormone/antibiotic beef. If you can afford a large purchase at once, I find that their price of $2.25lb plus $0.50lb to the butcher is one of the cheapest around. I don’t mind paying over $2 for ground beef if I am also getting the T-bones and rib eyes for the same price 😉 The Eat Well link you posted also has LOTS of other ranches in WA that raise organic beef—even one that sells at Marlene’s if you want to trial it in a small amount :) We use Terra Organics which is not that cheap, but your post about the Full Circle delivery was great and I may think about that more thoroughly when the deal comes around again. Thanks Ang!!!!!

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