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Hive Harvest

This is Hive Harvest booth. Elmore's makes his own honey, dog soap, lip balm, beeswax candles and lotion. I bet you are asking why I'm putting him in my blog. We all at the Farmer's Market work together, we are all alike but again so much different in our products.

Pamico at the Greenville State Farmers Market

Pamico Soapworks will be at the Greenville State Farmers Market every Saturday now until December 2016. Please come by and say hello and receive 10% off your purchase. 
We have new and exciting items including handmade washcloths, facial scrubbers and wooden soap dishes.

Greenville State Farmers Market

Come and see Pamico at the Greenville State Farmers Market on Saturdays. It is located on Rutherford Road. We have wonderful vendors including sales for seasonal produce, bake goods and beautiful plants.









Hive Harvest has honey from his own bees.








Self healing salves, ointments and oils.







Home grown plants and produce.
























Salts from healing to enjoying the scent.






Please come by and say hello and visit all the vendors.



Greenville Farmers Market

Pamico will be at The Greenville Farmers Market on Saturday.

                          Greenville Farmers Market
                           1354 Rutherford Road
                           Greenville, SC 29609

Please come and see the wonderful in season produce, beautiful plants and all the other hand made products.

Greenville Online was there Saturday to interview and take pictures. 

This will take place every Saturday.

See ya there.

October 22, 2015

PAMICO SOAPWORKS will be at Lee Road Methodist Church this Saturday October 24, 2015 9:00 until 2:00. We'll see you there. Come by and say hello.

September 23,2015

This is taken from Mediterranean Diet Book. I believe you will find this helpful.

When we think about eating well, many of us forget one crucial component.
While we're cutting calories, passing up break room treats, we're mot getting our fruits and vegetables.
It's time for you to reacquaint yourself with the produce section at the store, for more reasons than it's the slimmest section.
You already know how helpful fruits and vegetables can be for losing weight.
You probably also know that fruits and vegetables are loaded with vitamins and minerals your body needs to function.
But do you know that they are also loaded with phytonutrients and other compounds that both improve your health and help you function at peal efficiency?
Some of these compounds can only be obtained by consuming fruits and vegetables, juices and canned fruit don't cut it.
Try some of these scrumptious foods to help you feel and look your better. They're even sweet enough to satisfy your sweet tooth!

POMEGRANATES

Research shows the arils and juice of the pomegranate contain potent antioxidants that can heal vascular damage. 
I always sprinkle a handful of pomegranate seeds over my lunch salads to enjoy more antioxidants and have something sweet for lunch.

APPLES

Mama always said an apple a day keeps the doctor away, and she just might be right.
One medium apple contains 4 grams of soluble fiber, a full 17% of what you need each day , along with Vitamin C for the immune system.
Apples also contain quercetin, a compound with antihistamine properties that may also help with allergies.
Whenever practical, check your farmer's market. Your grocery store only carries a few of the more than 7,000 varieties of apples grown worldwide. Your farmer's market will offer many others.
Apples are delicious, but would get boring eating them plain every day.

Come back tomorrow and find recipes for your apples that puts them one step above a plain apples. You will love these recipes.
We also have more fruits and vegetables you'll love to add to your diet.

Linguine and Garlic Oil

This is a great and healthy meal. I add chicken, shrimp, scallops or any other meat you like or just eat the noodles. I add a salad for a very healthy meal. My kids and husband love this. Hope you enjoy it as much as we have.

1 lb. linguine
3/4 c virgin olive oil
3 lg garlic cloves chopped
1/2 t salt
1/4 t crushed red peppers
1/4 c chopped Italian parsley
1 1/2 T butter
1 t grated lemon peel

Reserve 3/4 C pasta water. Heat first 4 ingredients. Toss with oil mixture. Add meat if desired.

This is so easy. Enjoy.

Pamico making Body Butter and Tea Tree Oil Soap


March 4,2015

 Pamico Soapworks will be at the Savvy ReStyle Market this weekend March 6-7,2015 at The Greer Opry House just off Main Street on Cannon Ave. Come out and see us and say HELLO! We would love that.

October 14, 2014

 The second part of the "Mediterranean Diet"

1. Sample Mediterranean Diet-A 28 day diet plan would introduce changes gradually. Studies have shown that small changes over time are an effective way to make lifelong habits. Start with the elimination of processed foods and increase fruits and vegetables. Continue by adding more beans and switch from other oils or butter to extra virgin olive oil. Limit seafood, poultry and eggs to a few times per week each and reduce red meat to no more than a portion a month. and finally focus on dairy products and avoid milk, cream and butter.

   It is difficult to choose just one menu, but here's what a days worth of meals might look like. 

        Breakfast
   1. 2 cup bowl
   2. 1 cup juices/soy milk
   3. 1 cup whole grains
   4. 1/2 oz. nuts or seeds
   5. 1 medium or 1/2 cup fruit

         Lunch
   1. 9 inch plate
   2. 1 cup Healthy Drink (soy milk)
   3. 1 1/2 cup veggies
   4. 1 Tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil/flavors
   5. 1/4 cup legumes-1 oz fish
   6. 2 slices whole grains
   7. 1 medium or 1/2 cup fruits
 
         Snack
  1. 1/2 oz nuts or seeds
  2. 1 medium or 1/2 cup fruit
  3. Healthy Drink

          Dinner
  1. 9 inch plate
  2. 1 cup Healthy drink (soy milk)
  3. 1 medium or 1/2 cup fruit
  4. 1/2 cup legumes-2 oz fish (minimize low fat cheese, white         meat and eggs.)
  5. 1 cup whole grains
  6. 1 Tbsp Extra virgin olive oil/flavors
  7. 1 1/2 cup veggies

This is just an example food plan.

2. How to lose weight while on the Mediterranean Diet-Eat a mininum of 5 servings of fruits and vegetables daily. Choose food rich in fiber, vitamins and phytonutrients. Eat legumes at least 8 times a week. Legumes are low fat, fiber filled and a good source of protein. Limit refined grains and choose whole grains. Lower fat dairy options should replace full fat dairy products. Olive oil would be limited to a tablespoon per day. Pamico's Olive Oil Soap is full of the good fat olive oil and is extremely good for your skin. The human body requires dietary fat and plant based olive oil is a heart healthy choice.

  Fish, eggs and poultry should be limited to no more than 2 servings each per week. These are good sources of protein but contain more calories than legumes. Wine should be limited to 1 glass a day. A 4 oz. glass of red wine is full of antioxidants but contains 100-120 calories.

   A couple of points deserve special mention: first-this is not a low-fat diet. The Cretans ate plenty of fat, nearly all of it from extra virgin olive oil, but very little saturated fat. Second-the villagers didn't have tvs or computers and most of them got around by walking, often for miles in hilly country, with donkeys in tow. So, the Mediterranean lifestyle is the exact oppposite of sedentary. Since the calories in their diet were in balance with their exercise, they weren't overweight or obese. Finally, a big part of their lifestyle was enjoyment of life, of family and of community. So they felt socially connected to their community and though they worked hard, play was an integral part of their lives.


  


 
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