National Vegetarian Awareness Week celebrates plant-based diets and raises awareness about the many benefits of vegetarianism. If you're thinking about giving vegetarianism a try, we’ve curated some of the best and tastiest recipes out there to help you get started.
While there's no one silver bullet to combating climate change, making small changes in our diets can have a big impact. One way to do this is by eating more superfoods low in carbon emissions and packed with nutrients. Here are 10 of the most nutritious and climate-friendly superfoods to add to your diet.
Pea protein is gaining popularity as a sustainable option for consumers and the environment. And with good reason. Peas are packed with nutrients, minerals, vitamins and antioxidants. Here are the many benefits of peas for your health and the environment.
Meatless Mondays is a global campaign that encourages people to cut out meat one day a week for their health and the health of the planet. These delicious recipes from around the world will ease your journey of going meatless a few days a week! Give them a try, let us know what you think.
Vertical farming involves using vertically stacked layers and other innovative resources to help you plant your crops vertically. Traditionally, most farming involves growing plants on a horizontal surface in a garden or a farm. This post will cover the benefits of vertical farming for small house owners and explore its impact on full-scale farming.
When it comes to meat, there are two camps: those who prefer the real thing and those who are willing to try alternatives. And while there are plenty of arguments to be made for both sides, the case for plant-based meats is becoming increasingly strong. Learn all about this tasty and environmentally-friendly meat alternative.
It's no secret that the world has a food waste problem. Every year, billions of pounds of perfectly good food end up in landfills, where it decomposes and emits methane, a powerful greenhouse gas. Not only does this have a major impact on the environment, but it also means that people are going hungry while food is being wasted. This is a critical issue that needs to be addressed. The solutions start right in your kitchen.