by Carol Dreibelbis
Worldwatch Institute’s State of the World 2014 explores the role of ethical capitalism in the quest for sustainable economies...
Editor's Note from Susan Lutz: Time to put true ethics back into the business of food.
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Animals & Pets
by Delia Quigley
Recently I taught a cooking class featuring locally grown foods. As it is presently late spring/early summer in New Jersey there is not a whole lot of abundant produce, but with the help of my local community supported garden, some tidbits from my own organic garden, a little of this and a little of that I was able to create a menu inspired by the idea of a summer picnic in the countryside. No need to travel far, however, as these recipes will taste just as delicious with your feet up on the back porch railing or in your city apartment with the air conditioner cooling you down...
by Cheryl Tallman
Edamame and shitake mushrooms are two very common Japanese cooking. Edamame (pronounced ed-ah-MAH-may) are little green gems - packed with protein and loads of nutrients. Including Shitake mushrooms in this puree is a great way to introduce your baby to the distinctive taste of umami...
Family & Parenting
by Kristin Wartman
Chemicals and additives found in the food supply and other consumer products are making headlines regularly as more and more groups raise concern over the safety of these substances. In a recent statement, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) asked for reform to the Toxic Substances Control Act of 1976. The group is particularly concerned about the effects these substances have on children and babies...
Editor's Note from Julie Cerrato: Traditional Ayurvedic cooking is fresh, seasonal and vegetarian. It truly uses food as medicine and incorporates spices and cooked elements into each prepared meal. Understanding the origin of the food and its relationship to mind-body nourishment is the first step in preparing our meals.
by Blogger: ICook4Fun
I don’t know about anyone else, but I wait every year for pomegranate season and I don’t even care when they are $3.50... Not only is the recipe in the next page delicious, perfectly blending the acidity of tomatoes with the nuttiness of the brown rice and sweet/sour of the pomegranate, but it is packed with many incredible health benefits. ~Andrea
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