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Food Safety/Allergy

  1. Food Safe

  2. Food Allergy Gourmet

  3. Fight Bac

  4. Allergy Aware

Misc. Sites

  1. Food Bloggers Of Canada

  2. Blog Catalog

  3. Diversivore

  4. Cooking Contest Central

  5. Food Renegade

  6. Eating Rules

  7. Food Blog Alliance

  8. 100 Days of Real Food

  9. 101 Cookbooks

Food Blogging Tools

 

  1. Protent Title Generator

Food Magazines  

  1. Eat Magazine

 

Education

  1. Label Watch 

  2. LOCAL SUSTAINABLE FOOD SYSTEMS NETWORK

  3. Food Fact’s

  4. Cook’s Thesaurus

  5. Chef Resource’s

  6. Sustainable Table

  7. Food 411

  8. Self Nutrition Data

  9. Cooking forum’s

Cooking Shops

  1. True Cooks

  2. Cilantro Cook Shop

  3. Cast Iron Cookware

  4. Medium Rare Chef Apparel

  5. Cook Culture

  6. Knife Pro

  7. House Of Knifes

  8. Chef’s Catalog

 

Food Blog Review Opportunities

  1. Lunchbox

  2. Artisana Organic Foods

  3. Diet To Go

  4. Ergo Baby

  5. Era Minerals

  6. Everyday Cooking

  7. Franklin Foods

  8. Glasstic Water Bottle

  9. Go Green

  10. Veggies Tales

  11. Krafts First Taste

  12. Sweetie Pie Organics

  13. The Honest Kitchen

  14. Vegan Cuts

  15. reviewes.com

 

Social Bookmarking Sites

 

  1. Digg

  2. Reddit

  3. Blink List

  4. Stumbleupon

  5. Spurl

  6. Furl

  7. Gnolia

  8. Simpy

  9. Raw Sugar

  10. Shadows

  11. Feed Me Links

  12. Sphinn

  13. Fark

  14. Tail Rank

  15. Newsvine

  16. Mister Wong

  17. Back Flip

  18. Faves

  19. Link2Me Link Exchange for Backlinks

 

Recipe Sharing Sites

  1. foodyub

  2. myrecipemagic

  3. Dishfolio

  4. Eat365

  5. Fooderific

  6. Foodspreading

  7. healthyaperture

  8. InspiringCooks

  9. mytasteus

  10. Tasteologie

  11. Tastespotting

  12. Tasty Query

  13. Yumgoggle

  14. Yummly

  15. Pinterest

  16. Facebook

  17. Instagram

  18. FindingVegan

  19. Fridgg

  20. allfreecasserolerecipes

  21. worldrecipes

Sustainable Links

  1. Vegetable Gardening for Beginners: Gardener’s Supply

  2. How to Grow Your Own Organic Food in Small Spaces

  3. How to grow your own food in your backyard

  4. Home Canning Guide: Learn How to Can Your Own Food

  5. Garden Tools You Won’t Regret Buying

  6. How to Make Cheap Garden Beds

  7. Top Ten Things I Learned Buying a Small Farm

  8. Did you Ever Regret Planting Something?

  9. 6 Invasive Plants That You’ll Regret Planting in Your Yard

  10. Gardening 101: Everything You Need to Know to

  11. How to Garden Indoors

  12. Vegetable Gardening for Beginners: Gardener’s Supply

  13. David Suzuki Foundation

  14. PLANTING DATES CALCULATOR FOR VICTORIA, BC

  15. Almanac Garden Planner for free here

  16. Concrete Garden-Magazine

  17. Capital Region Food and Agriculture Initiatives Roundtable (CRFAIR)

  18. Food Eco District (FED)

  19. Mason Street Farm

  20. LifeCycles

Food Blog’s I Love

 

  1. What’s For Dinner Mom?

  2. Meg’s Meal Planning

  3. Victorian Food

  4. The Victoria Vegan

  5. Thoughts of SheryL

  6. Blogtastic Food

  7. Wish to Dish

  8. Smart Veg Recipes

  9. A Little Rosemary And Time

  10. Positive Health Wellness 

  11. Mommy’s Kitchen

  12. Sarah n’ Spice

  13. Got It Cook It

  14. We Graze Together

  15. The Primal Food Blog

  16. Cooking Up The Pantry

  17. Dollop Of Cream

  18. Sourdough Home

  19. Apron Andie

  20. The Zero-Waste Chef

  21. Food Skill’s Connection

  22. Community Cabbage

  23. Vic West Food Security Collective

  24. Cedar Cottage Food Network

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Fun Food Fact #89 I Heard It Through The Grapevine

I Heard It Through The Grapevine

Grape growing is the largest food industry in the world as there are more than 60 species and 8000 varieties of grapes.  The average person eats eight pounds of grapes each year.  Brought From Spain. Spanish explorers introduced the fruit to America about 300 years ago.  Grape develops on the vine that can reach length of 15 meters (50 feet). One vine usually produces 40 clusters of grape.

Grapes are used to help cure asthma, indigestion, migraine, kidnеy disease and fatigue. Grapes consist of about 80% of water, which makes them a low-calorie food.   Today, 72 million tons of grapes are grown each year worldwide, mostly to produce wine. The nutrients in grapes offer a number of possible health benefits.   Grapes are versatile fruits used in a wide range of popular foods. They are also packed with nutrients and antioxidants

 

 

Some Cool Random Grape Links

  1. Grape Varieties in Canada – Wines of Canada

  2. Festival of the Grape

  3. Grapes – The World’s Healthiest Foods

 

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Fun Fun Fact #17

ADULTERATION OF FOOD. “Adulteration” is a legal term meaning that a food product fails to meet federal or state standards. Adulteration usually refers to noncompliance with health or safety standards as determined, in the United States, by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).

Definition of Adulterated Food

The Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic (FD&C) Act (1938) provides that food is “adulterated” if it meets any one of the following criteria:

(1) it bears or contains any “poisonous or deleterious substance” which may render it injurious to health;

(2) it bears or contains any added poisonous or added deleterious substance (other than a pesticide residue, food additive, colour additive, or new animal drug, which are covered by separate provisions) that is unsafe;

(3) its container is composed, in whole or in part, of any poisonous or deleterious substance which may render the contents injurious to health; or

(4) it bears or contains a pesticide chemical residue that is unsafe. (Note: The Environmental Protection Agency [EPA] establishes tolerances for pesticide residues in foods, which are enforced by the FDA.)

Links

  1. Food frauds: 10 most adulterated foods

  2. Food adulteration: Sources, health risks, and detection methods.

  3. Adulteration of Spices

  4. What’s NOT to eat- Food adulteration in the context of human biology