I am really starting to overhaul the way my family eats - no juice, no fruit snacks or candies or icecream except on special occasions, balanced meals with minimal processing. I used to serve boxed sides at just about every dinner but now I just make the rice, noodles, whatever, myself. I started reading ingredient labels and holy dimethyloxyltygloxoprin, batman. I am slowly coming around to the idea of working towards becoming gluten-free. (Slowly)
On the other hand I am all over disposable diapers, plastic flatware at the beach, aerosol cleaners, whatever. If you looked at me and my life you would think I am the furthest thing from "crunchy". But get me going on food additives, Monsanto, corn syrup, trans fats, processed food and obeisity in America and how it can all be solved by a plant-based diet? I can smell the patchouli already.
How environmentally conscious are you? How much processed food does your family eat? How "crunchy" or "green" do you consider yourself?