It makes a great addition to all the summer meals you already know and love.
As a matter of animal welfare/rights, cruelty/abuse should have the same meaning for a dog in China as the U.S. Identifying animals by their nationality stretches sovereignty -- people can be rabidly nationalistic but dogs cannot.
By Katherine Hahn for KnowMore.tv Whether you're planning to spend Independence Day with a laid-back family dinner or a full-out backyard party, you ...
Anyone who has been vegan for any length of time can probably relate to being annoyed by some of the most frequently reoccurring questions and statements.
There are few occasions where being a vegetarian is particularly depressing, and most of them involve social gatherings around a grill.
It's clear that the July 4th barbecue is all about the meat. As American as apple pie? I think not.
When you bite into a hamburger or steak, you already know the cost to the cow, but what about the wolves, coyotes, bears and other wildlife that were killed in getting that meat to your plate?
Across the country, consumers are demanding the right to know what is in their food, and labeling of genetically engineered food. It's a vibrant and diverse coalition: mothers and grandmothers, health libertarians, progressives, foodies, environmentalists, main street conservatives and supporters of free-market economics.
Why cook meat when summer produce is this good?
Veganism isn't just another annoying dietary fad; in fact, it's well documented that a plant-based diet is nutritionally appropriate and can even benefit human health.
Given the fact that the local foods movement offers consumers so many benefits, sustainably processed and packaged food has an important role to play in supporting the admirable goals of local food advocates and supplementing their needs.
There are always a ton of comments made at a vegetarian's expense: "Where do you get your protein?" or "You don't eat meat at ALL?!" and "Why are you doing this? You must be hungry a lot."
From 2010 to 2012, Oceana tested more than 1,200 seafood samples to examine fraudulent labeling. After completing DNA analyses, they found that one-third of fish samples were mislabeled.
Apparently standing opposite the vegan paradise I had reached is a horrible enemy -- genetically modified food.
Whichever way you enjoy your jicama fries, just make sure you do. They're not to be missed!
It was time for me to eat these traditional foods and (more intimidating) to learn to cook them.