3 REASONS WHY ALPACA IS THE ULTIMATE SUSTAINABLE LUXURY WOOL

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3 REASONS WHY ALPACA IS THE ULTIMATE SUSTAINABLE LUXURY WOOL
Peruvians had been in on the secret for centuries.  The luxurious fleece of the Alpaca was considered the “Gold of the Andes” by the ancient Inca civilization and remains an important cultural symbol. The Alpaca’s valuable wool lead to the development of a thriving textile industry. Artisan weavers, using the Alpaca Wool as a source of fiber for their colorful weaving, became an integral part of society and has provided a valuable source of income for farmers and their families for generations. 

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HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE

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HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE
Check our conscious gift guide to find the best gift for everyone on your shopping listyou can buy them all online now.

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4 Easy Ways to Make your Home More Eco-Friendly

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We all want to do our part to protect the environment, but without a large paycheck, that can be seem difficult, if not impossible. But doing your part doesn't have to be hard. Small steps add up to a big difference, you just have to know which ones to take.

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Chicatana Ant

Mexico has the world’s highest number of edible insects and most of them are caught wild such as the Chicatana Ant. In Osadia Concept Store you can find this giant winged ant mixed with sea salt, cardamom & chili peppers and enjoy it in fruits like pineapple or mango.

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Fleur de Sel

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“Fleur de Sel” literally translates “flower of salt” and it is a kind of salt that is formed as a thin, delicate crust on the surface of seawater as it evaporates. The Mexican Flour du Sel used in the Charred Corn & Lime is from Cuyutlán in the Pacific Ocean. Its delicate nature makes it a perfect finishing ingredient for salads, fish, meat, fruit and vegetables. Try it and season your food as a top chef!

 

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