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The New York Times and Google teamed up to find the most distinctive Thanksgiving dishes by state. Some of the more unusual ones have one thing in common – whipped topping.
Learn the keys to making smarter choices at the grocery store.
Unfortunately, no, but there are ways to limit this pesky toxin and still help your heart with omega 3s.
Instead of just throwing them away, try these creative uses for empty wine bottles
MNN's Michael Venezia selects three California wines from Iron Horse Vineyards.
Brewing your own beer gets chemicals, waste and greenhouse gases out of your mug.
Do you really need to buy everything organic? Not really. Here's MNN's cheat sheet to help you prioritize your shopping list.
A real-life restaurant server offers nine tips to reducing your waste size.
Get the nitty-gritty on these eco-pans.
White rice is basically uber-processed brown rice -- more processing, more energy and more processing agents are used.
UncommonGoods’ vintage pool ball stoppers are just the things to add whimsy to your sipping party.
Vodka, the top-selling spirit in the nation, is one of the first to go green.
Some fats are better for you — and the Earth — than others. Here's an explanation of the most common fats for preparing food.
Creative mom explores how to live a sustainable life with a focus on food.
Mom shares nourishing recipes and blogs about sustainable living.