This story highlights the growing conflict in the broader farming industry, that hurting the animals they raise, is hurting the farmers themselves.
It's a great-looking spot filled with great-looking people, but what is most remarkable is the plant-based cuisine.
It may sound like a lot of work, but the end result is well worth the effort. You will know this just from the wonderful aromas coming from your kitchen as you make it.
Polenta is one of those hearty comforts -- warm, soft, and so buttery -- that even us non-Italians love.
It's not always easy trying to please your kids at the dinner table. They have one idea of how and what they should be eating, and you another. With...
It's going to be flawed and confusing. That's what happens when an organization makes nutrition recommendations for 300 million different humans, all with different bodies and dietary needs.
Shine up your dancin' shoes because this vegetarian Bibimbap has a beat, and we're swingin'.
One of the most popular foods in existence, cured and smoked pork belly seems to be everywhere you turn. But there are plenty of other varieties of bacon out there, made from other animals as well as vegetable-based proteins and even one fruit that might surprise you.
Serve these hash browns as a side dish, or for breakfast or brunch with poached or fried eggs -- they're most satisfying!
Changing ourselves changes the world. In 2013, a group of daily givers, myself included, committed to provide seed funding to a fledgling social chan...
Fast-forward directly to 2014 and vegetable menus aren't just for vegetarians anymore.
You might think that a vegetarian lifestyle would be hard on your wallet. But by keeping it simple and being a little creative, you may actually be able to save.
This is not an exhaustive list, but some solid choices for full-time, part-time or questioning vegetarians.
I soon realized that while changing my own eating and clothing habits and being involved in rescue work makes a difference, the ability to influence other people's behavior can multiply my impact exponentially.
Is it possible to save our teens from the adverse health impacts of sugary drink consumption without destroying the livelihood of the C-store shopkeeper? What kind of transformation of the C-store would be needed for this to happen?
It comes down to a pretty basic choice. We can either have a whole lot fewer of us meat-eating Homo sapiens, or we need Homo sapiens to eat a whole lot less meat. The funny thing is, the rate-limiting issue makes the plant vs. animal nutrition debate irrelevant. It's all about water.