Don't skip the leafy greens! Kale, arugula, and spinach are some of the most nutritious and affordable foods you will find in a grocery store. Here are a few of my tips to eat healthier and save money.
Across the country, we've seen that when Walmart sets up shop in poor neighborhoods, they do more harm than good. Nationally, when Walmart enters a new market, it kills three jobs for every two jobs it "creates."
I didn't write Fast, Fresh & Green for people who are already great cooks. I wrote for everyone who wants to cook with more vegetables. For people who want to cook at home and eat better. That's a lot of us.
Look around your supermarket and you'll see fresh meat and produce all packaged on the ubiquitous foam tray. It's designed to keep low-shelf-life food fresh, but it lasts forever. Where the sense in that?
I want lettuce that is dirty from the fields. I want leeks that are sandy; apples that are crisp and occasionally misshapen. I want my eggs fresh, from pastured hens, with a loose feather inside of the box.