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Sharing our favorite resources with you. Care2.com made the list and is included in our top five.


We are bombarded with emails and internet sources. Sometimes, it can be challenging to seek out the most helpful resources. Perhaps you all have valuable resources you go to regularly. If you have a resource you like, please share.

We included these resources in our Healthy Lunch Cookbook for families.

Check out our top five resources!


Local Harvest

Phone: 831-515-5602

Website: www.localharvest.org

This is such a helpful and useful site. You can read the customer reviews of each Farmer’s Market in your area and locate them quickly with their data base search. You can also buy many of these products online. Some of the sellers offer free shipping!


Kiddie Gardens

Website: www.kiddiegardens.com

Growing vegetables with your kids is likely to encourage them to eat more vegetables too – especially for the fussy eaters!

You do you need masses of space to grow vegetables or a specified vegetable plot, since there are more and more possibilities for growing vegetables in containers, such as potato planters, plant pots, hanging baskets or window boxes.


The Kids Cook Monday!

Website: www.thekidscookmonday.org

This site is very well organized and easy to navigate, and the recipes are all categorized by age group. Discover fun ways to get kids interested in cooking healthy meals. Check out this site for fun games, videos and more.



Enjoy thousands of simple, practical tips for living a healthier, greener life. You’ll also find delicious recipes and helpful cooking tips.



Sustainable Kitchen has a section devoted to tantalizing recipes, sustainable cookbook reviews, cooking tips, and feature articles on sustainable food and cooking.


We Recommend Jamie Oliver~ Become Inspired


Hi Everyone!

We are a small group of activist from California State University, San Marcos. Our mission is to create a cycle of healthy eating habits for children. We are inspired by Jamie Oliver’s mission to inspire our youths .

We can inspire children by growing gardens in pots, shopping at Farmer’s Markets, and also by preparing food together.

Food Day is a nationwide celebration and a movement for healthy, affordable, and sustainable food celebrated in October. BUT– why not celebrate this everyday by eating real food and inspiring others.

~We can create a future with fewer poisonous pesticides that harm our bodies and our planet by expressing our concerns, signing petitions, and taking action.~

“My charity aims to inspire people to reconnect with food. It’s all about raising awareness and individual responsibility, resuscitating dying food culture around the world and, ultimately, keeping cooking skills alive.” Jamie Oliver

Check out: www.jamieoliver.com/foundation

The best recipes!!    www.jamieoliver.com

From all of us..,because we care