Become a healthy eating connoisseur with food & drink recipes for any palate, including vegetarians.
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Pizza may have its origins in Italy, but over the centuries, the food has adapted and changed to please every possible palate.
Eatwellguide.org can help find restaurants serving hormone/antibiotic-free beef and chicken, and organic/local fruits and veggies.
White rice is basically uber-processed brown rice -- more processing, more energy and more processing agents are used.
Reducing your meat consumption does more good for the environment than shopping at the farmers market.
Chocolate grown without the use and harmful effects of pesticides, and with fair conditions for workers: it just tastes better.
While avoiding plastic altogether is best, it is still an inescapable material. Here are several tips to help you green your plastic use.
Buying and recycling non-recyclable milk cartons?
One of the best things you can do for the planet is change your eating and food shopping habits. Here are some great places to help you get started.
Celebrate spring by brewing your own wine and beer. Relaxing post-work with a cold one will be that much more rewarding.
Buying coffee that isn't produced cruelty-free is for the birds.
Check out Get Fresh NYC for local, organic food in the city.
The word was originally coined by the blog of the same name and can also be used descriptively.
Don't forget to jot down "carbon credits" on your shopping list.
Show your support for Fair Trade Month by purchasing Organic Hot Cocoa Mix.
UncommonGoods’ vintage pool ball stoppers are just the things to add whimsy to your sipping party.
Age-old dilemma: Gas or charcoal?
Creative mom explores how to live a sustainable life with a focus on food.
Mom shares nourishing recipes and blogs about sustainable living.