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04/25/2006

Discover sources for hard-to-find neccessities

The older you get the harder it is to give up certain habits. There are more and more things that you feel you just can't do without.

My *neccessities* are mostly physical in nature: I need to swim and sweat in the sauna at least once a week. And I need to eat plain yogurt, bread and cereal made from very few, all natural ingredients.

medium_vollkorn.jpgSwimming and sauna were easy to find - we signed up with Spiece Fitness. Dannon plain, all-natural yogurt is available in most grocery stores. Finding bread and cereal, that would be acceptable, was a bit harder.

Ordering online, imported from Germany, is very expensive. Buying imported food at Meijer's is still a bit salty. Finding US made food in local stores is the real deal.

I recommend Bob's Red Mill Muesli, which I buy at Kroger on 601 E. Dupont Rd., and Rubschlager Sunflower Bread, available at The Fresh Market on 6306 W. Jefferson Blvd.   

Also, for homoepathic remedies, fair-trade coffee and tee, organic food - or just a dose of *feel at home* - be sure to check out Three River's Co-op Natural Grocery at 1602 Sherman Blvd.

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