Food access and nutrition education are two facets of food sustainability that are often overlooked in favor of the debate of the diets, but they are arguably more important to food sustainability than vegetarianism and veganism. While eating less meat and animal byproducts is indeed […]
The word “sustainable” is a buzzword right now and, while many of the changes needed to prioritize sustainability in our communities must come from an institutional level, individual action is more powerful than many of us think. Being mindful of what we buy, cook, and eat is just one of the things we can do to contribute to our own health, as well as that of the environment and our communities.
The “clean eating” trend continues to increase in popularity, particularly due to social media and the endorsements of bloggers and celebrities. It’s no surprise. The concept is easy to buy into. Its focus is on eliminating processed food from your diet and eating more “real” […]
Whether you’re switching to a plant-based diet or would simply like to reduce your meat intake, the following guide can help you develop a well-balanced diet and give you some ideas for how to incorporate plant-based sources of protein into your everyday meals! (more…)
Cabbage is not only in season in the fall, winter, and spring but is also a source of vitamins A, C, and K and nutrients such as potassium, calcium, and magnesium. Furthermore, cabbage is one of the cheapest and most accessible ingredients in supermarkets. Cabbage […]
These Cinnamon Oats with Caramelized Apples SAVED my life the other day. Some mornings, I rush off to my 8:30 class without eating breakfast, so I’m usually ready for something substantial afterwards. I love whipping something up between classes if I don’t have too much work to do.