MoJo Audio: Sophie Uliano Is Gorgeously Green


If you’ve sheepishly avoided going green for fear of having to give up nail polish and other ecosins, Sophie Uliano wrote Gorgeously Green with you in mind. Her eight-step program doesn’t ask readers to sacrifice lattes or pedicures to save the environment. Instead, the Julia Roberts pal offers practical grocery store tips like how to shop for veggies (look at the produce sticker: numbers beginning with an eight mean it’s genetically modified; numbers beginning with a nine mean it’s organic) and recipes for homemade, all-purpose vinegar cleaner.

Read more of her tips—or listen to her interview with MoJohere.
—Brittney Andres

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