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Issue #4 - Individual Action: Urban Agriculture

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Issue 4 – Individual Action: Urban Agriculture

Hey guys! This was a short piece i wrote for a class in University this year, thought it might be interesting to share it with you guys. 2,407 more words

Green Thanksgiving Ideas

1. Planning your holiday menu? What better place to do your Thanksgiving shopping than at the pre-Thanksgiving edition Winter Market at the Rio Grande, Saturday, November 21st? 99 more words

General Sustainability

Magical mushroom stroganoff

Most people my age have to travel all the way to a beach in South East Asia and cover themselves in UV paint to get excited about mushrooms. 386 more words

Vegan Food Blog

I Ate a Cricket!

Human instinct makes us fear the unknown. That’s precisely why my initial reaction to the idea of eating crickets was “no way!” But then I thought about it…and I read about the nutritional benefits of insects…and I considered how we humans foolishly recognize chemical-laden garbage-food cooked-up in a factory as being more palatable than many of the wholly organic foods of the earth. 458 more words


Sustainable Food Cities

Seasonal produce table dressings

On Friday 6th November I was fortunate enough to be invited to Edinburgh’s sustainable food cities event which brought together policy makers, councillors, representatives from local authorities, the public, private and third sector from all over the UK, all with a vested interest in making food sustainable. 966 more words


Chefs Predict Top Restaurant Menu Trends for 2016

The National Restaurant Association (NRA) annually explores the top menu trends for the coming year. For this year’s What’s Hot culinary forecast, the NRA surveyed nearly 1,600 professional chefs – members of the… 367 more words

In The News

Vegan tea-infused toffee apple loaf

Growing your own produce is all very well and good, but it often leaves you with more fruit and veg than you know what to do with – and it’s always the more awkward foods, like cooking apples, that seem to thrive the most. 510 more words