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Good Vibrations Giveaway!

This is exciting. REALLY exciting.

In honor of Earth Day, Good Vibrations and BrokeAss Gourmet have united to bring you a really amazing EcoRotic gift basket, worth more than $500. To win it, you must submit (to gabi@brokeassgourmet.com) the sexiest 3-course locavore dinner you can for 2 people costing $35 or less by Wednesday, April 22 at 10 PM. Send recipes and a photograph of the food. We will publish the winner (but we won’t publish your real name and/or photo if you don’t want us to). See below for more information from Good Vibrations:

WIN A GOOD VIBRATIONS ECOROTIC GIFT BASKET!

To kick off Earth Day and the Ecorotic™ launch, Good Vibrations is be giving away gift baskets with loads of eco-friendly sex toys and goodies. Baskets are valued at over $500. Baskets include toys, books and personal products from:

  • NobEssence (sustainable harvested exotic wood pleasure toy)
  • Xhale (borosilicate glass pleasure toy)
  • Njoy (Stainless Steel pleasure toy)
  • Chronicle books (books on green living)
  • Sliquid Organics (natural lubricant)
  • Hathor Aphrodisia (natural flavored lubricants)
  • Lelo (rechargeable vibrators)
  • What Makes Sex Green?

In the first place, most people have sex in ways that use the earth’s resources lightly, with a way smaller carbon footprint than taking a drive. Good Vibrations suggests that even when you use manufactured toys and products, there are ways to do it “greener” – that is, in a healthier and more sustainable way:

  • Be a “localvore” in bed as well as at the dinner table, using products that were manufactured and acquired nearby rather than being shipped overseas.
  • Choose natural materials.
  • Get toys that last a long time and won’t go to the landfill anytime soon.
  • Look for items with little, or recyclable, packaging

Go to www.goodvibes.com to check out the new ECOROTIC™ Collection of Eco-friendly Products. The Good Vibrations earth-friendly Ecorotic™ collection offers all-natural and organic products, as well as longer lasting items that have less environmental impact, such as toys made from superior materials and rechargeable vibes. And all Good Vibrations Ecorotic™ products are safe and phthalates-free.

Sex is part of our lives, so any issue that concerns us out of the bedroom has implications inside it: if we recycle, buy local produce, watch our carbon use, and think ecologically in other ways, it makes sense to do the same when we make sexual choices. Our wellbeing and that of the earth are connected, so consider where you can go Ecorotic™!

Good Vibrations was founded with a culture of good work ethics and socially-conscious business practices. From vendors with fair labor practices to lubes and toys made with natural or vegan ingredients, Good Vibrations hopes to pass to their customers, healthy products that are as good for the planet as they are for your sex life.

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Gexx, on Apr 20, 03:05 PM, wrote:

Darn, all of our farmer’s markets are on Thurs/Fri/Sat around Knoxville. Time for some ingenuity!

Lilly, on Apr 20, 03:06 PM, wrote:

In the $35 calculation, should we be using the price of the food we actually buy, in our area? Because I know that things I get here in the middle of PA can be cheaper than say, NYC. Some of the recipes you guys have posted have cost me even less (bonus!) than the recipes state.

Are photos necessary to win?

[Hey Lilly. The prices can be exactly what you are spending. I'm in San Francisco, so I end up spending a lot. As for photos, yes, we need just a snapshot of at least one of the menu items...but it doesn't have to be professional or fancy. A cellphone snapshot is fine. Looking forward to seeing your creations!! --G]

Robyn, on Apr 21, 12:06 PM, wrote:

This is a totally inspiring contest! I’ve got so many fun ideas cooked up! (oops, no pun intended).
Need all the recipes be original? My main dish recipes are, but some of my side dishes are adapted from other sources.
also
How about cooking oils and salt/sugar? I know some locavores are more flexible than others so it would help to have a goal for how local we should try to be. I know for me that means about 250 miles (or those things labeled local at the co-op grocery), but I make exceptions for things like oil and spices that I just can’t quite do without.

[Hey Robyn, great questions. First of all, feel free to use recipes from other cooks, just be sure to credit them. Also, excluded from the localvore requirement are pantry items (you can also exclude these from the total cost of the meal, as we do--check out our format) Check out the $50 Pantry post: http://brokeassgourmet.com/articles/the-50-pantry for more info on what is counted as a "pantry item." Looking forward to seeing your creations!!--G]

judi togel, on Oct 2, 11:04 PM, wrote:

thats really exited!!

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