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The Green Life: Earthbound Farms Wants to Be in Your Kitchen

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September 29, 2010

Earthbound Farms Wants to Be in Your Kitchen

Cooking organic With the way that Earthbound Farms capital has ballooned since the company's inception, it's hard to ignore the numbers: $9,800 represented its earnings in their 1984 rookie season. These days, they make closer to $400 million annually.

California-based owners Myra and Drew Goodman are in charge of the largest amount of organic crops in the U.S. Their company invented those bagged salads. And now, they're behind a giveaway that could land their expertise in your kitchen for free.

Penned by Myra Goodman, The Earthbound Cook (her second cookbook) details organic recipes, tips for a greener kitchen, and widespread know-how for all levels of culinary skill. Whether you can already cook a halibut or don't know how to turn on the oven without starting a small fire, Goodman's comprehensive knowledge can turn an organic-cooking beginner into a success story.

Until Oct. 15, Earthbound is accepting entries through its website and Facebook page, drawing 10 names from each every day — 400 total for the duration of the giveaway.  

--Justin Klugh

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