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Alaska_Vegans Aug. 27th, 2006 @ 03:08 pm
randomsnowflake
Hey! I wanted to let you all know about a new community I created last night. I think it's related to this community so I thought I'd share. Please let me know if sharing this is against the rules and I'll delete it right away. Thank you!

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Unmoderated community Jun. 29th, 2006 @ 06:39 pm
kirillian
This is now an unmoderated community.

This community for sale... Nov. 27th, 2005 @ 08:21 pm
kirillian
If you want it, then let me know. Otherwise, it will be deleted.

new again to my home Apr. 13th, 2005 @ 11:13 pm
howlsthunder
I was born and raised in the Valley and then went to school in Portland, OR. I never had to worry about natural foods or living until it turned out certain foods (especially corn) were giving me problems. I turned to the vast selection of natural foods, stores, and other items to turn my health around and it had a strong impact.

Then I moved back home to Palmer and I'm finding the move to be difficult as far as living naturally goes. It's hard finding the right foods and I cringe every time I am forced to throw away something that is recycleable (I don't have my drivers liscence and can't convince anyone in my household to participate who DOES drive).

As far as food goes, I am having limited luck with the 'natural/organic/newage' food depeartments at Fred Meyer, and on those rare occasions I can get out to Anchorage, Natural Pantry has been a great resource. (I haven't found anything at New Sagaya that is useful that I can't get elsewhere...). I particularly like the Natural Pantry for their selection of bulk flours (I can't have glutens, either, so I make baked goods from buckwheat, which is a seed) and things. Are there other resources out there that can be found in the Mat-Su/Anchorage area?

And apparently there is a recycling place between here and Wasilla, right? I was wondering if anyone had any information about that as far as what materials they take and if it costs anything to use the facilities.

Sorry for all the questions! :)

Eeww... Nov. 23rd, 2004 @ 04:06 pm
mbif
I've got slimy black mold growing in my windowsills--crappy apartment--and can't seem to get rid of it. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to destroy it? Methods without harsh chemicals are preferred, but I'm getting desperate.
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