Organic progress...one step at a time.

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

In my constant progress toward living an organic life, I've had to take a tally of what organic items are critical, what items are nice, and what items I'm okay with having non-organic. It's a give and take, and it's always a work in progress.



Mohawk Valley Trading Co. has a variety of really great organic products. Based in New York, they offer candles, honey, and maple syrup. I've been using their Tulip Poplar - Black Locust honey in my tea almost every day, and it's really been helping my morning sore throats.

I made some waffles last week, and their dark, robust maple syrup went perfectly on top. It was simply divine. I've never had pure REAL maple syrup, and the difference is just amazing. If you've never had the chance to try raw, organic maple syrup, you're missing out.

So the next time you're in need of some organic maple syrup or honey products, Mohawk Valley Trading Co. is happy to help! They've also agreed to host a giveaway with me for the products you see here, plus more! Enter below!


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8 comments:

Lyn @ The Cedar Seasons said...

Just found your blog via Kentucky Food Bloggers on Facebook, I'm now following!

Great giveaway!

You can also head over and check out my blog, www.thecedarseasons.blogspot.com


kellyr78 said...

My biggest challenge is finding the organic produce my family enjoys when it's not in season, like berries.
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mysweetiepiepie said...

My biggest challenge is finding locally sourced organics in our urban area.

Ashley Cossette said...

my biggest challenge is being able to stick to my budget and get the items that I really want/need!

Alison said...

My biggest challenge incorporating organic products is even being able to find them in our local grocery stores without breaking the bank.

Agbeke said...

My biggest challenge is finding affordable things on my tight budget.

Lyn @ The Cedar Seasons said...

I guess I didn't put my bigges challenge when it comes to organics, for me it would have to be the the time we can't garden, I try to preserve and freeze what I can but it's never enough for the entire season.

Thanks for stopping by!!

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