Things that make you think…
Posted: 2014-04-01. Categories: Food

You have to step back a little and wonder, “What the heck was she thinking.”  Well, obviously she wasn’t.  I’m not trying to be mean but come on. This is what happened:

Somebody Posted on Facebook: Shaving cream egg dye! How fun!

1. Spread cheap white shaving cream in a cookie sheet
2. Apply drops of neon food coloring across surface
3. Use toothpicks to swirl colors around
4. Roll the dried, cooled hard boiled eggs in the colorful cream (use disposable kitchen gloves to reduce the tattoo effect)
5. Allow to set for 3-4 minutes on a paper plate
6. Wipe off shaving cream with paper toweling
7. Rinse! Voila! Beautiful marbleized eggs, done quickly

Unnamed Mom:  Love this!!! Perfect sensory activity for my kiddos.

Beautiful marbleized eggs, done quickly!
Have not tried this but looks fun!


Why on earth would any mother purposely subject her children to the chemicals and dyes in this beautiful mess.  Most of this stuff is dreamed up, “to share with us.”  So we will have another reason to buy their chemical cocktails.  Please don’t fall for it.  Do NOT end up a victim.

This stuff is cumulative, meaning it builds up in the body and can trigger all sorts of autoimmune trouble.  Do your home work.  Check your labels.  Play it safe.  Our children are still growing, they need us to protect them. Don’t tell me you can’t afford to eat organic.  I’m doing it for less than I can buy GMO food.  I am amazed myself. I bought carrots (organic) for $3.00 for 5#.  I bought two and froze a bunch of carrots.

My girl friend had oranges and lemons growing in her yard.  She sent me a bunch in the mail.  What a blessing, and I’ll reimburse her for the postage.  My cousin just told me today, she has wild onions growing everywhere in her yard.  So, I asked her to send  me some.  Deals are everywhere, you just have to be on the look out and be prepared when you get a deal.  I picked up organic broccoli once for like $4.00 for a 12 crowns.  I was up early the next morning freezing that luscious green stuff.

Are You or Your Family Eating Toxic Food Dyes?

Food dyes are one of the most widely used and dangerous additives. While the European Union has recently placed regulations on labeling food dyes to inform consumers of the health risks, the United States has no such requirement.

Here are some of the most common food dyes used today, according to the Food Freedom Network:

  • Red #40 (Allura Red)
    This is the most-widely used and consumed dye. It may accelerate the appearance of immune system tumors in mice. It also causes hypersensitivity (allergy-like) reactions in some consumers and might trigger hyperactivity in children. What it’s in: Beverages, bakery goods, dessert powders, candies, cereals, foods, drugs, and cosmetics.

Buy local, buy in season and please look up the chemicals your kids are exposed to.  Do the research before it’s too late and you end up saying, “Well, nobody told me.”

I’m telling you.  We owe it to our children to give them the best chance in life.  Read the label. Label GMO’s.

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