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INGREDIENTSpizza

3 Tbsp. olive oil (2 Tbsp. for pizza, 1 Tbsp. for onions)

2 Tbsp. chopped garlic

 1/4 cup caramelized sliced yellow onions

1 tsp. sugar

 1/2 cup chopped Turkish figs

1 cup shredded mozzarella

 1/4 cup shredded gorgonzola

1 cup fresh arugula

2 Tbsp. fig balsamic vinaigrette

1 6-ounce organic pizza dough

August 16, 2013 6:30 am


“Always walk through life 
as if
you have something new to learn
and you will.”

~ Vernon Howard

by Cheryl Hurd

On your mark, get set, learn! Oh, wait a minute. Learning is not a sprint, or a race to the finish. Learning is a lifelong endeavor. With school back in session, we are reminded that the educational journey continues. From kindergarten to college, students are readying their brains to be fattened with knowledge. They are filled with hopes and dreams, and anticipation of what the future might hold. It’s an exciting time in classrooms and on campuses, and we are sharing some of that excitement in the following pages.

IMG_2878Green Living is filled with stories about education, innovation and inspiration. Children from an impoverished village in South America will travel to Phoenix this month to perform a classical concert – their instruments crafted from trash plucked from the landfill on which they live.

August 1, 2013 6:30 am

It’s all about the ZA this month as our green couple takes on the toppings and tastes of organic pizza.

Whole Foods Take & Bake “Pepperoni”
Natural, organic or local ingredients, no artificial ingredients.

She said: This pizza tasted great! The crust, cheese, sauce, and especially the slightly spicy pepperoni – which were humongous, by the way – blended perfectly. Unfortunately, this 12-inch pizza was so thin and light on sauce that you’d have to arm-wrestle me to share any of it. For 10 bucks, that’s a bit pricey for a meal for one.

4 stars

He said:  Whole Foods’ pizza was an outstandingly average pizza. They had a good thing going with the crispy thin crust and the deli pepperoni, but the entire pie was devoid of spices. By the end, I felt like I was eating something made by Chef Boyardee.

3 stars

March 16, 2012 9:53 am