Longtime readers may have noticed that my family often makes Chinese, Japanese, and Indian food. Check out my article at Kitchen Stewardship about incorporating Asian flavors and techniques into your everyday cooking… 1,032 more words
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This is a guest post by Michelle Peng, who collected these resources on realistic ways to go green in everyday life.
The meeting complete we were invited to inspect the fishery. We walked in amongst the labyrinth of hard clay footpaths meandering between various houses, stores, shops. 537 more words
Did you make a new year’s resolution to “eat better” without defining specifically what you meant? or did you try to start the new year choosing all the healthiest, most responsible foods, and now you’re reeling at the difficulty of changing too many habits at once? 959 more words
Hot and humid, followed by tornado warnings, lashing slantwise rain, thunder rumbles that seemed to go on forever, and lightning strikes that lit up the chain link fence and scared hell out of the dog. 419 more words
Photographs by Nicholas Efran.
It’s time for New Year’s resolutions! There are many ways you could change your habits to reduce your environmental impact. One change you could make is replacing cleansers that harm the environment with cleaning products or cleaning methods that are safer for your family as well as the wider world. 3,083 more words