What better time than the holiday season to celebrate the bounty of California? To make it easy for you, the Conservancy asked chefs and food producers to share a favorite recipe that features sustainable, seasonal ingredients.
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All seven billion people of us sit at the table together, not only this Thanksgiving, but also every day of the year. I think we can all do something to help feed them.
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Whether or not you want to forgo the turkey, these recipes can be great substitutions or additions to your holiday meal.
Did you ever think there could be a police crackdown against raw food? It's a reality, and right here in Los Angeles.
Cooking is something we do to create a richer, more abundant life without needing to spend a lot of money, impress anyone, or do violence to animals. Does that sound elitist to you?
Why, with only weeks left in tomato season, do supermarkets provide mealy, flavorless tomatoes when the juicy, sweet, local variety is still in abundance? Is it because they believe we don't care?
We all want to eat well, and that means we all care about how food gets to our plate. That's the starting point for diplomacy in the kitchen and at the table.
We asked dessert experts to recommend their favorite eco-friendly ice cream, so you can cool your palate and the planet at the same time.
Going vegan "changed my life and changed the course of my life," says Ann Gentry. "I couldn't see it then. I just thought I was changing my diet."
I'm trying to approach this whole charity thing differently -- simply by not thinking of it as charity.
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