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Q: Can I use The Garden Grazer recipes on my website or newsletter?
A: I kindly ask that you don’t republish my recipes in their entirety. If you’re a blogger or media outlet that wishes to share a recipe from The Garden Grazer, please feel free to feature one image from my site along with clear credit and a link back to the original recipe on thegardengrazer.com. I do not allow republishing of full recipes in any form. Thanks very much for your understanding!
Q: Why don’t you include sodium content in your nutrition estimates?
A: I completely understand people’s concern with sodium, which is actually why I purposely omit stating the numbers on my site. I feel it’s not nearly an accurate enough calculation. Most of my recipes simply say “salt to taste” to let people cater directly to their own needs. Even with the few recipes that state an amount of salt, I still omit the sodium content as it can vary significantly with other factors. (For example, differing sodium content between brands, using no-salt vs. salt-added canned tomatoes, etc.) So I always encourage people to calculate their own to achieve a much more precise reading based on their exact ingredients, brands, and amounts.
Q: Do you allow guest posts or articles?
A: Thank you for the offer but I don’t accept any guest posts on the site.
Q: Can I send you my product in return for a review or sponsored post?
A: Thank you, but there are no sponsored posts here on The Garden Grazer; a decision I made shortly after starting the blog 8+ years ago. I strive to give readers complete peace of mind that I’m not being paid to promote or say things, and that all content is honest and authentic. I’m not opposed to collaborating with a few select companies once in a while if I’m truly passionate about them and our values align (such as Encha Organic Matcha). But I’m driven to keep it meaningful and genuine with how I incorporate it with the blog.
Disclosure on my relationship with Encha Organic Matcha:
For full clarity, I do receive free product from Encha, but I would purchase, drink, and recommend them regardless. They are currently the only company I collaborate with, and I was the one to initially reach out to them because I love their quality, attention to detail, and how much our values align.