You’ve heard it all before: Vegans all so pasty and unhealthy—they certainly can’t be getting enough protein! And you have to have pockets full of cash to even think about going vegan. Right? Wrong. This infographic explains (click to enlarge). Courtesy Ethical Ocean Bonus infographic from PETA!
This week’s rundown of environmental news — from the dark side of yellow, and the underbelly of a fracking CEO … to good news for farm workers that work with pesticides. Who doesn’t love the color yellow and it’s sunny, cheerful disposition? Turns out it may be toxic. Of course, there’s no shortage of other [...]
If you are on Pinterest, you’ve probably seen a million images of various DIY holiday mason jar cookie and cocoa mixes. I made a trip to Michaels for some other supplies and saw some very cool blue mason jars on sale. So, after a little research and some inspiration from our chocolatier friend, David Wolfe, [...]
Necessity and leftovers are the mother of culinary creativity in my house, especially on another Meatless Monday. I enjoy the challenge of designing delicious and easy meals from the often strange mix things in the kitchen any given day, but weekends tend to yield interesting ingredients and leftovers. We had an awesome brunch yesterday to [...]
All my days are meatless now, but I thought I’d jump on the Meatless Monday thing since it is a really great idea. My husband is still a reluctant vegan, so I’m always in search of good transitional meals that satisfy his belly and taste buds. Yesterday, while perusing Pinterest (endless eye candy), I came [...]
Having read Anna Hackman’s guest post here and too many articles lately on the high levels or arsenic showing up in rice and rice products, this gluten-free green diva is now hoping they don’t find anything wrong with quinoa! This time of year, I start craving hearty rice pilaf. My family counts on me to [...]