Category: Food

  • Try Organic Turkey for this Thanksgiving

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    Help stop the rise of antibiotic resistance by choosing a bird that’s been raised drug-free. If you’re a meat-eater – which I realize many TreeHugger readers are not, but I know some of you are – then the purpose of this post is to convince you to buy an organic turkey for Thanksgiving, instead of […]

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  • How Bad are To-Go Containers for the Environment?

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    The anti-plastic revolution is in full swing: Bans on plastic straws and bags are taking effect around the world, and major companies are starting to switch over to plant-based plastics. But as more and more plastics continue to pop up on the market, there’s one big thing we all need to keep in mind: Not […]

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  • A Sustainable Food Trend| Try it Yourself

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    Up to a third of food grown never makes it to our mouths, and an estimated 1.4 billion tons of food are wasted each year. Confusing expiration dates, oversized portions, and a general disdain for “ugly” plates have contributed to this massive global problem. While trailblazers like France are enacting policies that make it illegal […]

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  • These Companies are Trying to Help Make Food Accessible to All Americans

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    Food access is not just a health issue—it’s an issue of equality. Last year 40 million Americans lived in food-insecure households, meaning they consistently did not have access to enough food to live a healthy life. Statistics like this are startling and leave us wondering if anything can be done to combat such a pressing, […]

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  • The first truly American cuisine is having a revival

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     Without measuring any ingredients, Southwestern Pueblo chef Norma Naranjo scoops handfuls of flour, baking powder, salt and shortening into a stainless steel bowl. Naranjo dribbles in tepid water as she kneads the simple ingredients into dough. When it becomes pillowy, she gathers a bit in her fist, pinching small rounds between her thumb and forefinger. […]

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  • Hacienda-Cantina will be looking into Trashcan Nachos with Donkey Sauce

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    Helen Hollyman spent a lot of time plumbing the depths of America’s leading purveyor of Donkey Sauce™ to produce this in-depth profile of the man behind the sunglasses, Guy Fieri. But what did she really learn? via ‘Have You Ever Had Trashcan Nachos?’ — Longreads  

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