Cool Outrageous Stuff: November 2016

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TrueFoodCookBook1. True Cooking

With more than 125 freshly imagined recipes, the True Food cookbook was created for home cooks of all levels. Dr. Andrew Weil, restaurateur Sam Fox, and Chef Michael Stebner drew inspiration from one of America’s healthiest restaurants, True Food Kitchen. From carrot-banana muffins to chicken teriyaki, these recipes will nourish your body and spirit.

SomaWaterPitcher2. Thirst Quencher

This BPA-free water pitcher is made from 60 percent plant-based and renewable materials. The family-friendly pitcher from Soma features a sustainable white oak handle and filters out materials like mercury, copper and chlorine. Each filter purifies 40 gallons of water. Available in two sizes and various package options.
$29.00-$149.00 DRINKSOMA.COM


3. Build-Your-Own Facial Mask

These Nutritive Facial Mask Powders from Norabloom are truly cool and outrageous. With three formulas made from exotic clay and organic plants (Soothe + Heal, Detox + Restore and Balance + Maintain) for different skin types, there’s a mask for everyone. To use, mix 1/2 teaspoon of the chosen powder with 1-1 1/2 teaspoons of water, then apply as-is or mix with honey, yogurt or aloe to create a new experience with added benefits.

BirthdayCandles4. Beeswax Candles

Add some spark to your next gathering with natural beeswax candles. From birthday parties to graduation celebrations, these candles from Big Dipper Wax Works make beautiful toppers for cakes and other baked goods. They are hand dipped and made of 100 percent beeswax. Each package includes 12 candles; the multi-color package includes the colors red, pumpkin, moss and teal.

FoodColoring5. Natural Pop of Color

Swap your grandma’s food coloring for a healthier option. Sourced from nature, ColorKitchen’s decorative food colors come in fun, easy-to-use packets and they are non-GMO, gluten-free and vegan. This product is great for glazes, frosting, cakes and cupcakes. An added bonus: they’re also packaged sustainably with recycled paper and soy inks.

bambu straws6. Reusable Bamboo Straws

If you’re grasping at straws, reach for these reusable bamboo straws from Bambu and ditch disposable straws forever. Americans use 500 million drinking straws every day. Help stop the toxic cycle!
Set of 6, $8.50 BAMBUHOME.COM

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