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Want To Be Alicia Silverstone's Valentine?

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If you’ve been looking for a way into eco-goddess Alicia Silverstone‘s heart, then she’s letting you in on a few well kept secrets.

The vegan actress-turned-author-turned-blogger posted a list of suggestions on how to be a real romantic this Valentine’s Day, and all on the eco up and up.

According to Silverstone, the first place to start is the kitchen, and nothing goes better with a home cooked, animal-friendly meal than a nice bottle of organic wine. Not sure what brands to live by? Lucky for us she provided some options: Bonterra Cabernet, Bonterra Merlot, Full Circle – Merlot, Georges Deboeuf – Beaujolais, Greenbridge – Syrah, Our Daily Red – $8 – organic, sulfite-free, Parducci – Sustainable Red 2005, Well Read (Trader Joes), Vida Organica – Malbec.

What else can you do to woo your sweetie? Every gal loves flowers, and as The Kind Diet author highlights, there are some truly amazing organic florists to choose from, including Organicbouquet.com, Californiaorganicflowers.com, and Diamondorganics.com.

But my favorite suggestion is buying your significant other a good old fashioned box o’ vegan chocolate! The 34-year-old came up with some yummy places to try out, like Vosges, Endangered Species Chocolate, Nicobella Truffles, and Allison’s Gourmet fudge… Drooling.

For more tips on how to have an eco-holiday (and impress that someone special) check out the full post at Silverstone’s blog.

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