Robin Shreeves

Robin Shreeves

Robin is a freelance writer who started blogging about the environment when she and her family began making many changes to their day-to-day lives. She's the founder of the South Jersey Locavore website and a frequent contributor to "Edible Jersey" magazine, a member of the James Beard Award-winning Edible Publications. Her first book, "The One Year Women in Christian History" (which has absolutely nothing to do with food), published in September 2014.  A former high school English teacher, she left teaching to stay home with her two sons and turned her love for writing into a career. She lives in New Jersey with her family.

Robin's most recent content

What does 'easy to recycle' mean?

Why a large pizza is the best bang for your buck

‚ÄčIt's time to stop hugging your chickens

How to know if your olive oil is rancid (and how to prevent it)

Where we are in the fight over GMO labeling

Does trying to eat responsibly leave you paralyzed in the grocery aisle?

8 fruits and veggies a day keep the blues away

5 recipes for watermelon rinds

All those Nobel laureates support GMOs, but what if I still have questions?

Why using food stamps online makes sense

Educating about food waste on a huge scale

Millennials speak. Chicken company listens