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Laura's Favs: Tweets and Comments (December 23, 2011)

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The holidays are here! Whatever you celebrate this year, we want you to know that we are thankful and grateful for each and every one of you! We've had a wonderful year providing you with organic info, and can't wait to see what 2012 has in store. Enjoy your weekend and travel safely!

If you have any thoughts or ideas about how we can improve, please share.

Here are some of our favorite social network highlights from the week:

Our Twitter Favs of the Week:

  • @RamblingEpicure: @OrganicAuthorit Just read your retro Christmas article. How lovely, and what a great site you have! I appreciate such good work.
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From the Organic Authority Files

  • @MarketingGems: I do! But sometimes I take them for granate. RT @OrganicAuthorit: Love #Pomegranates? Check our guide on how to buy..
  • @Earthnik: @OrganicAuthorit Great #GMO articles this week thank you. We need a BIG shout out for our efforts to label GMOs in California.
  • @Ganmarlinfrost: #Oklahoma 48 in health! Surprising? Have ya seen the sub-human blobs around #WalMart & #McDonalds?… via @OrganicAuthorit
  • @Organishe: Shopping guide for #organics Courtesy of @OrganicAuthorit. Great info for those thinking about making the #organic...

Our Facebook Favs of the Week:

  • The Bacon Diaries Head to tail, or nose to tail, eating is a great way of utilizing an entire animal. We like to eat tacos de cabeza made with beef head. Organ meat is very nutritious and can be prepared in an appealing way. Think outside the box and don't limit yourself to chicken breast and pork chops. Lots of options for meat eaters!

  • Ewww! I used to eat C-rations when I was a child and they weren't very good then - but can't imagine a 2 year sandwich!
  • Elizabeth Ann Grace Eat it all the time, grow it on my deck! Very easy to grow and tolerates winter chill well! Especially the variety you have pictured here; Dino Kale.

  • Nancy Seaberg These gum drop trees are from the 1940s. Something your child will remember forever with fondness. You can also use them for olives, sausage, cheese, etc. Enjoy.

See you in Tweet Land or on the "Wall!"

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