More food fun from Tremendousness! We just finished an infographic about kombucha. Click through to learn all about this festively fizzy, strangely sour, and slightly sweet natural drink.
After my company Tremendousness created The Sugary Truth video, TED-Ed asked us if we wanted to collaborate on another sugar video with Dr. Robert Lustig.
I started a new company last year and we made a video about the health effects of sugar. Check it out!
94–100% of organic food does not contain pesticide residues.
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Organic Veggie Co-op haul, week 8 Originally uploaded by hpatey. “Swiss chard, lettuce, kale, bag-o-basil, carrots, English cuke, edible-pod peas, gooseberries, and radish sprouts.”