>> Wednesday, May 27, 2009
::The Greenest Dollar reviews the book, America's Cheapest Family Gets You Right on the Money.
::The Simple Dollar discusses "quantity surcharge" (when a larger grocery item costs more per unit than the smaller item) and reveals some commonly marked up examples.
::Wisebread lists "15 Wonderful Uses for Witch Hazel."
::Grist answers the burning question, "Do grass-fed cows contribute to greenhouse gases through burping and farting as much as grain-fed cows?" The answer is surprising.
::EcoWonder at the Green Phone Booth justifies her eco-backslide when her son has "bacon fever," aka swine flue, aka H1N1 flu.