JULY 10. . . A FEW DEGREES make a big difference to the summertime temperatures, don’t they? So too with small change: At the first of July, the sales tax on food dropped by a quarter of one percent; at the same time Rabbit Food earned a volume discount from UNFI. You may have noticed a few cents reduction on some of your favorite items from Rabbit Food. It only amounts to small change in savings, but Rabbit Food is all about small change. . . .that’s why we support non-GMO, organic, eco-friendly, fair-trade in our community and across the globe.****** DO YOU CAN? CAN, YOU DO! Thanks to Phil of Catskill Farms in Bybee,you can can tomatoes starting now. He sold me seven cases of hisCott’s tomatoes, grown in soil fertilized with horse manure, andsprayed with Phil’s own homemade environmentally friendly pesticide(recipe included). Kathy already bought two cases, so there are justfive left. These are good-tasting, smooth, uniformly round, firmtomatoes. $16 for 23 lb.*******GOOD DEALS due in this week on bulk raw walnuts (conventional), bulkorganic brown flax seed, Bragg’s 32oz liquid aminos, Explore Asianorganic black bean spaghetti, and more.******ORGANIC PRODUCE THURSDAY: carrots, strawberries, baby spinach,ginger, raspberries, pineapples, Yukon gold potatoes, mangos, andonions. LOCAL: Brewer’s organic oyster mushrooms.******ORGANIC PRODUCE EXPECTED ON FRIDAY: Granny Smith apples, avocados,bananas, cherries, peaches, nectarines, plums, grapes, celery, sweetpotatoes, sprouts. LOCAL: kale, tomatoes, cucumbers, and blueberries(we hope!)*****MZ BEV SENT me a picture of her 2012 drama camp crew, and the pic. fit the description given me by Jane Evan, one of the stars–all color and excitement! Sign up at Two Coyotes now. It’s the place where Cretive is a Verb.******Rabbit Food. . .because life is all about small change.