Browsing the "Food" Category

Say Hello To Kalettes!

March 2nd, 2015 | by Steve Hanley

Kalettes are a 100% non-GMO vegetable that is a cross between kale and Brussels sprouts. Try all 3 recipes or just munch on them raw.


Local Foods: 5 Handy Tips for Summer Plum Abundance

August 17th, 2014 | by Rhonda Winter

Harvesting, growing, eating and preserving food that is raised right where you live are some of the easiest and most radical steps all of us can take to create a more sustainable world today. Here are five simple ideas for managing an excess of plums


Zero Packaging Grocery Stores are Increasingly Popular

June 10th, 2014 | by Rhonda Winter

As our landfills overflow and the Great Pacific Garbage Patch grows, some good news is that zero packaging grocery stores are spreading across the globe; from Germany to Colorado, more people can buy locally grown food in bulk without wasteful packaging


Jon Stewart Satirizes Food Stamp Cuts — Hilarious

March 5th, 2014 | by Rhonda Winter

The US Farm Bill has proposed cutting 8.7 billion dollars in food aid, even though more families than ever before are struggling to just barely survive. However, Jon Stewart has done a superb job of illuminating the hilarious inanity of these cruel political actions



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