Sustainable Food

Good Eggs Delivers Farm Fresh Food to Your Door

Good Eggs Delivers Farm Fresh Food to Your Door

Think the only way to get fresh, organic, local produce direct from the farm is by spending your Saturday morning at the farmer's market? Think again. Good Eggs is a new online service that makes fresh

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Spruce Up Your Hot Cocoa With This DIY Vegan Marshmallow Recipe!

Spruce Up Your Hot Cocoa With This DIY Vegan Marshmallow Recipe!

When the weather outside is frightful, there's nothing like curling up on the couch with a steaming cup of hot cocoa. The experience only gets better when there are a couple of puffy marshmallows bobbing

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HOW TO: Prepare Healing Teas from Winter Trees

HOW TO: Prepare Healing Teas from Winter Trees

People have been using plants for both food and medicine for thousands of years, and most of us are probably quite familiar with several healing teas or infusions. Have you ever made peppermint tea to

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Scientists Create the World’s First ‘Nutritionally Balanced’ Pizza

Scientists Create the World’s First ‘Nutritionally Balanced’ Pizza

Scientists in Glasgow have created the world’s first "nutritionally balanced" pizza. After careful research in the lab, the scientists created a pizza that has balanced amounts of salt, fat,

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HOW TO: Make Your Own Delicious Hard Apple Cider In 6 Easy Steps

HOW TO: Make Your Own Delicious Hard Apple Cider In 6 Easy Steps

STEP ONE: GATHER YOUR MATERIALS & INGREDIENTS Unlike beer brewing, which can be complicated and requires a plethora of specific ingredients, creating hard apple cider is relatively straight forward -

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Man Creates £140 a Scoop Glow-in-the-Dark Ice Cream Using Synthesized Jellyfish Luminescence

Man Creates £140 a Scoop Glow-in-the-Dark Ice Cream Using Synthesized Jellyfish Luminescence

Fed up with the likes of vanilla, chocolate and strawberry ice cream? An experimental entrepreneur from Bristol (in the UK) has developed a whole range of uniquely flavored ice-cream for adventurous

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Homemade Dairy-Free Apple Cinnamon Pop Tarts The Entire Family Will Love

Homemade Dairy-Free Apple Cinnamon Pop Tarts The Entire Family Will Love

Finger food is awesome. It's easy to grab-and go, and you don't have to worry about too many dishes. Unfortunately, most convenience food is also chock full of ingredients that your body hates, like

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10 Vegan Halloween Treats to Make for a Spooktacular Soiree

10 Vegan Halloween Treats to Make for a Spooktacular Soiree

3-Ingredient Apple Bites Angela Liddon, the gorgeous genius who publishes the Oh She Glows vegan recipe and lifestyle blog, has created a healthy Halloween appetizer that's as fun for adults as it is for

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Global Wine Production Drops as Climate Change Affects Grape Harvests

Global Wine Production Drops as Climate Change Affects Grape Harvests

Vinyard photo from Shutterstock Wine lovers take note - we may have just hit peak wine. Global demand for wine has outstripped supply as production around the world drops - and global warming is to

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Edible Austrian Pavilion Scoops First Runner Up for the 2015 Milan Expo

Edible Austrian Pavilion Scoops First Runner Up for the 2015 Milan Expo

The edible Austrian Pavilion designed by Chris Precht from Prenda and Alex Daxböck won first runner-up in the international design competition for the Milan Expo 2015. Inspired by the 2015 expo theme

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BioCellar Turns Abandoned Cleveland House into a Center for Urban Farming

BioCellar Turns Abandoned Cleveland House into a Center for Urban Farming

Cleveland has just unveiled the world’s first BioCellar, a sustainable agriculture project that’s a smart mix of urban design, architecture, and biology. Built upon the masonry foundation of an

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DIY: How to Brew Kombucha at Home

DIY: How to Brew Kombucha at Home

The first time I heard about kombucha was when a friend of mine sent me a picture of a strange, somewhat bubbly liquid that had a slimy film on top of it. I asked if she was planning to put any of that in

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Warm Up With This Seasonal Sweet Potato, Squash, Fennel & Carrot Soup!

Warm Up With This Seasonal Sweet Potato, Squash, Fennel & Carrot Soup!

Is the weather getting chilly where you are? When the leaves start to fall, we love to make warming soups and stews that feature seasonal ingredients. Sweet potatoes, squash, and carrots are all hitting

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Aqualibrium: Miniature Modular Ecosystem Grows Fresh Vegetables Indoors

Aqualibrium: Miniature Modular Ecosystem Grows Fresh Vegetables Indoors

The Aqualibrium is a closed-loop aquaponics system that offers city dwellers and renters an exciting new way to join the urban farming movement. The system incorporates plants, fish, and LED lights to

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New Article Sheds Light on NYC’s Potential for Dangerous Future Food Shortages

New Article Sheds Light on NYC’s Potential for Dangerous Future Food Shortages

You've likely heard of food deserts, but did you know that New York City is a food island? Connected to the rest of the world by bridges and tunnels, stores in the metropolis have been rendered stockless

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Agriculture Could Go Coastal with Sealeaf Floating Farms

Agriculture Could Go Coastal with Sealeaf Floating Farms

As the global population rises, it's becoming increasingly difficult to feed everyone - particularly in dense urban environments. Innovation Design Engineering recently unveiled an elegant solution: the

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DIY: Scrumptious Vegan And Gluten-Free Pumpkin Doughnut Recipe!

DIY: Scrumptious Vegan And Gluten-Free Pumpkin Doughnut Recipe!

It's officially Fall, and no matter where you live, everything's coming up pumpkin. Sadly, most of the seasonal food and treats you'll find aren't really pumpkin at all: they're stuffed full of sugar,

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Are Chickens That Eat at the Same Restaurants Where They’re Served the Latest Food Trend?

Are Chickens That Eat at the Same Restaurants Where They’re Served the Latest Food Trend?

We're not sure whether to be impressed or disturbed by a new food trend that has been growing in popularity among New York chefs - chickens that are fed scraps from the same four-star restaurants they are

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Virginia Students Reject All-Beef Burgers and Demand Return of Processed Fake Meat Patties

Virginia Students Reject All-Beef Burgers and Demand Return of Processed Fake Meat Patties

Photo via Shutterstock For most restaurants across the country, claiming an all-beef burger patty is a brag-worthy selling point. Even so, students in Virginia have have made it clear that they prefer

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Click & Grow Introduces Internet-Controlled Smart Farm for Urban Agriculture

Click & Grow Introduces Internet-Controlled Smart Farm for Urban Agriculture

California-based company Click & Grow makes urban farming easy for even the least savvy green thumbs. Their electronic smart pots monitor plants and use a proprietary growth medium that eliminates

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9 Great Uses for Pumpkin (Other Than Pie)

9 Great Uses for Pumpkin (Other Than Pie)

Pumpkins are popping up everywhere these days, from farmer's markets to grocery store bins. Small one, large ones, white ones, orange ones; all stunning globes of delicious pumpkin-y goodness. Sure,

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6 Ways to Enjoy End-of-Season Tomatoes Throughout the Whole Year

6 Ways to Enjoy End-of-Season Tomatoes Throughout the Whole Year

A ripe, juicy tomato represents all of the joys of summer. Beautiful, tasty, and a great source of vitamins, these members of the nightshade family are stars in a myriad of dishes. As their season in many

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10 Delicious Slow-Cooked Vegan Dishes

10 Delicious Slow-Cooked Vegan Dishes

Crockpots are often viewed as the domain of meat-heavy winter dishes—but did you know you can slow cook some fantastic vegan dishes for those cold autumn and winter nights too? From amazing

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Edible Plants That You Can Grow in Autumn and Winter

Edible Plants That You Can Grow in Autumn and Winter

Summer's glory might be fading here in the northern hemisphere, but gardeners don't have to tuck their green thumbs away just yet: there are many cold-hardy plants that can be sown in the autumn and

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Japanese Fast Food Chain to Grow Crops 60 Miles From Crippled Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant

Japanese Fast Food Chain to Grow Crops 60 Miles From Crippled Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant

Fast food chain Yoshinoya Holdings has announced plans to grow rice, cabbage, and onions a mere 100 km (60 miles) away from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi power plant. The company is known for their

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Giant Rice Paddy Artworks Flourish in Japan

Giant Rice Paddy Artworks Flourish in Japan

Tanbo Art is made by using various types and colors of rice to create giant pictures in the rice fields. It started back in 1993 as a way to revitalize the rice village of Inakadate, in the area of

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Tshanfeto Farm Teaches Sustainable Farming Techniques to Ivory Coast Youth

Tshanfeto Farm Teaches Sustainable Farming Techniques to Ivory Coast Youth

Tshanfeto is a teaching farm in the Ivory Coast that trains around 40 young people each year in sustainable agriculture techniques. Enterprises like this are vital for local communities in the country,

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China to Become World’s Largest Market for Processed Food by 2015

China to Become World’s Largest Market for Processed Food by 2015

The Western McDiet is taking over China, one sugary snack at a time. Demand for on-the-go, pre-packaged food has skyrocketed as Chinese taste buds turn away from the Chinese staples of rice and vegetables

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HOW TO: Extend the Shelf Life of Root Vegetables by Storing Them in Sand

HOW TO: Extend the Shelf Life of Root Vegetables by Storing Them in Sand

A startling amount of food gets wasted by households every year; more than restaurants, grocery stores, and farms combined. Many people are doing their best to be more diligent about their own household

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The FarmBot is a Fully-Automated Open-Source Farming Machine

The FarmBot is a Fully-Automated Open-Source Farming Machine

Since time immemorial, farmers have benefited from sharing knowledge with one another, and The FarmBot makes that easier than ever to do. Designed by California engineer Rory Landon Aronson, this

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