Daily Green Wrap-Up 20.November, 2011

The holidays can be a challenging time for both vegans and vegetarians. But they don’t have to be, especially with these simple and innovative recipes from our Green Wine Guide. They are so tasty, even the most staunch carnivore will want second helpings.
Thanksgiving is just days away and, for those of you with unfinished menus, we have a delicious organic apple pie recipe that is guaranteed to make your guests swoon. It’s especially important to buy organic apples because conventionally grown apples have more pesticides than any other fruit in the country, according to the Dirty Dozen list.
So what’s a glove-lusting germ-hater to do at the advent of cold and flu season? Green beauty has a nice selection of immunity boosters free of toxic ingredients. Check out our favorite picks to boost your immune system and see you through the winter.
Do you have any organic home remedies you rely on when the flu season hits?  Share them with the comments section here.
Want to get your kids excited about diverting waste from the landfill? Get them involved in the process by creating a home recycling center!
In one of the grandest geoengineering projects in the world to date, the Mongolian capital city Ulan Bator is preparing to keep cool this summer by freezing and storing a gigantic block of ice, reports the Guardian.
Baltimore is a significant step closer to introducing bike sharing, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has announced. The Board of Estimates approved a negotiating agreement between the City and B-Cycle, the company with bike shares in Denver, Chicago and eight other cities.

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