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Top 10 GPB Posts of 2013

Top 10 GPB Posts of 2013

10 best GPB posts 2013As 2013 comes to a close, we all get to celebrate the holidays with time off from work, family, friends, whiskey and cats meowing as we’re home. (...just us?)

Maybe you were on vacation or Facebook forced you to miss a post or two from us. Speaking of which, scroll to the bottom of the post for a really easy way to see more of our updates…

Regardless of the reason, make sure to check out our most popular posts of 2013… because if they’re popular, people obviously like them. And you don’t want to miss out on cool things.

Here are our 10 most popular posts of 2013:

10. Philly loves our food trucks more than anything, especially with the night market popping up over the warmer months. Here’s Alex’s take on the 7 greenest Philly food trucks around!

9. Get those small packets in your shoe boxes and other packaged goods over the holidays? Here’s 1o ways to reuse silica packets.

8. Philadelphia recycling rates keep on increasing. But where can you recycle used chip bags? We answer the question during one of our Where Can I Wednesday endeavors.

7. Why is farmed raised fish so bad? Beth answers the dire question in this #7 post.

6.  Get your greens in with a sweet kick. Enjoy this Chocolate Kale Smoothie.

5. What? Another smoothie post?! Get on your autumn smoothie with this delicious concoction – a Vegan Pumpkin smoothie.

4. As the most popular show in the spring, everyone loved the Philadelphia Flower Show and our preview of the British Brilliance this year.

3. Where can you recycle bubble wrap? We answer that question in a Where Can I Wednesday post, and fulfilled a lot of curiosity.

2. Who doesn’t love a DIY tutorial, complete with dinosaurs? In case you need a winter project, discover  how to Make Your Own Succulent Terrarium.

1. Beth tries the Suja Juice Cleanse. And gives you the good, the bad, the ugly.


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Julie Hancher is Editor-in-Chief of Green Philly, sharing her expertise of all things sustainable in the city of brotherly love. She enjoys long walks in the park with local beer and greening her travels, cooking & cat, Sir Floofus Drake. View all posts by Julie Hancher
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