Got a lot of blackberries? Then check out this recipe for Blackberry Mojito Fruit Leather.

I'm not a huge fan of fruit leathers, but this turned out super good! And, really, you can't go wrong with blackberries, mint and rum.

Monday, February 22, 2010

Mission: Sustainable pilot now online!!!

For those of you who missed the pilot episode of the green makeover show, Mission: Sustainable, you can now view it online! I am the personal care consultant on the show. For notes on the pilot episode you can check out the Pilot Companion page.

To watch the pilot episode, click here.

Enjoy! To view it full screen, click on the 4-way arrow at the bottom right hand of the video. You can also watch it directly on the Vimeo page if you run into problems with the embedded video.

7 comments:

Surviving and thriving on pennies said...

watching.....

Robj98168 said...

Wow! What a production... one comment I must make is the shower shut off. Smart little tool. But more importantly did they have a low flow shower head? Saves even more water.
That and why all the tall amazonion women? MInus the hostess? Sure makes a small guy feel... well... small!
Other than that great show... can't wait for the next episode

Oldnovice said...

I agree with Rob ... GREAT job by everyone involved. Definitely something with the potential to hold my interest.

Thanks for pointing to the link.

Anonymous said...

Great job on the pilot! It was informative and applied to everybody! The only thing that I had any objection to was the high fructose corn syrup thing. HFC is no different to one's body than regular sugar. Always something you may want to avoid, but as I see it, not a true Green issue. Nice to see Crunchy Chicken, and hear her voice! Kudos to all involved!

owlfan said...

Very interesting - I finally found time to watch it. One thing I wondered about was what is the average American's carbon footprint? Were they average before hand, better or worse?

Heather @ Green Baby Green Mama said...

Great job! I loved it and would definately watch it on tv!

Becky said...

The HFCS thing, which I didn't have time to get into more, is a "green" issue because most corn is genetically modified to withstand Roundup. Also, being "green" is, to me, more than just being good to the environment it's also about being good to yourself and eating highly processed foods, such as HFCS, is unnecessary, at best, and a contributor to obesity at worst.

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