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You would assume that food you buy at your grocery store is safe to eat, right? According to a new video from Delish, based on research by the Environmental Working Group, that’s not already the case.

Since only 10 percent of breast cancer cases are genetic, a huge part of cancer prevention starts with environmental factors + lifestyle.

When you buy green onions... you know how you sometimes don't need a lot of them... but because of the way they are packaged - they go bad before all of them are used? Well, here is the answer. Chop them all up and place on a paper towel and flash freeze them! Then store them in your freezer - after you've placed them into a clean - used watter bottle. Then...the next time you need some green onion - shake out what you need and put the rest back in the freezer!

The Sprayacha, a spray bottle cap that is attached to a bottle of Sriracha hot sauce was devised by redditor aoisenshi. It was brought to the attention of Randy Clemens, author of The Sriracha Cookbook, by “rooster sauce fanatic” Eric Wentz.

For a culture facing serious health, environmental and economic troubles, there's never been a better time to plant a few seeds in your own backyard. We make the case for returning to your roots. via @SparkPeople

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