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SeaSnax Giveaway and Why You Should Care About YES on Prop 37! ($100 Value)

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I am completely stoked to be hosting this giveaway for SeaSnax to promote YES on Prop 37…

My family LOVES SeaSnax – especially my kids! It goes in school lunches every day. We use it as wraps for salmon and avocado dinners, and it makes a great snack folded over homemade goat cheese.

If you have never tried seaweed as a snack, you may be surprised by how incredibly delicious and addictive it can be. This ocean vegetable is an incredible source of minerals. Natural iodine makes it excellent for thyroid health (a.k.a healthy metabolism), and in Chinese medicine seaweed is used medicinally to “soften nodules and accumulation” – which somehow always translates in my head to cellulite reduction.

I love this quote by the famous herbalist Susan Weed about seaweed for fertility and women’s health:

Seaweed flows and shifts like the energy of a woman. Saline solutions of ocean and uterus rock in rhythm. Pulses of tide, menstruation, heartbeat, and fertility join seaweeds and wombs. Nourishing breast milk merges with waves of green fronds.

Unlike other seaweed snacks, SeaSnax are lightly toasted with real olive oil (not canola!) and sea salt. If you don’t already adore this stuff, prepare to fall in love with SeaSnax!

And what’s even better? SeaSnax is supporting YES on Prop 37 by offering $100 gift basket of their seaweed products.

Here’s Why You Should Care About Prop 37

As I mentioned before, politics are not my thing.

Delicious, healthy food, on the other hand, is.

I want to know what’s in my food – including genetically modified ingredients. The claims that GMOs help to feed the world are simply a bunch of baloney made into million dollar commercials funded by Monsanto et al.

The bottom line: GMOs benefit big corporations at the risk of harming you and your family.

I am one of those crazy people that simply won’t buy most food if I don’t know where it comes from. While I’m happy to welcome you to my food-obsessed world, wouldn’t it be so much better if GMO food was simply LABELED so we have a choice about what we are eating?

Supporting YES on Prop 37 will make sure you have the choice to eat GMOs or not.

Still confused?  Read more about What’s a GMO? in this post.

But I don’t live in California!

Here’s the thing, when Prop 37 passes, mandatory labeling of genetically modified foods will be required in the state of California.  BUT since California’s economy is so huge, when GMOs are labeled in this state, then the whole country will begin to benefit.

Eventually the laws will begin to change in the other states as well. When you help to support GMO labeling in California, you help the get the ball rolling for GMOs to be labeled throughout the country.

How to Enter to Win A SeaSnax Assortment ($100)

All you have to do to enter and support YES on 37 is use the Rafflecopter widget below and (1) Sign up for my weekly newsletter (or send in a postcard “” see official rules for details) and (2) Make a voluntary donation to Yes on Prop 37 (or comment below about why you support Prop 37).

You will be taken to the donation page when you enter the contest below.

You don’t have to donate to win “” this is voluntary “” but hopefully you’ll find a way to donate something! Even if you can only donate $10, every little bit helps!

You can get more entries by sharing on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
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(Please note: If your email is not validated, your entry will not be counted.)

PLEASE NOTE: This sweepstakes is open to US residents only; residents of Florida, New York or Rhode Island are not eligible.

Click here for the official rules.

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Comments

  1. Sheila says:

    One of the reasons we are starting a school garden is just this. It is our duty to help those who aren’t aware, to know where safe, healthy food can be grown. Booo on Monsanto. Heck no, we won’t grow!

  2. [...] on over and enter the Prop 37 SeaSnax Gift Basket Giveaway (valued at $100) hosted by yours [...]

    • corey says:

      I support prop 37 because we all have the right to know where our food comes from and what has been done to it. Too long the big food industry has tried to keep consumers in the dark about the reality of food production.

  3. Laura C. says:

    I strongly support GMO labeling as I think it is important to know what we are consuming. We need to become more informed consumers and demand that manufacturers clearly label what’s in our food!! Thanks for the chance!

  4. 1) SEAWEED is my veggie pick for the month of October, I have been featuring it all month and here you are with your give-a-way and fun information on this highly nutritious sea vegetable! I am not familiar with this brand, I buy the TJ version on a regular basis. I live in IA and I support Prop 37 for all the reasons you listed, this vote DOES affect those who are non residents of the state!! Good job in sharing the word!!!

  5. Catalina Campbell says:

    Please vote YES on 37 for yourself and for those who cant vote! Your kids, grandkids, canadians living in california,
    dogs, and all those who want to live in a world where they can eat food NOT made in a lab.

  6. Norma says:

    I support prop 37. I have a right to know what is in my food. If GMO’s are safe, I am sure Monsanto and all the chemical companies support prop 37 too, after all what do they have to hide?

  7. kyung lee says:

    I support prop. 37 because I should have the right to know what it is I’m buying. We need to make our voices heard. In many other countries, they are banning gmo’s, while we are still just trying to get our food labeled. I hope that the passing of prop 37 will turn the tide in the u.s.

  8. AmandaG says:

    I support Prop 37 because we have a right to know exactly what’s in our food.

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