Whole Foods bites into sustainable food tourism

Green Traveler Guides

America''s leading natural foods grocery, Whole Foods Market, debuts Whole Journeys—tours that offer foodies "exclusive interaction" with farmers, chefs, wineries, cheesemakers, as well as excursions to indigenous food festivals.

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Slow food

Green Living Tips

In a world becoming increasingly reliant on fast food that isn't good for us or the environment, the slow food movement seeks to reverse this trend We are not only what we eat, but how we eat.

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Food waste

Green (Living) Review

but very little is actually being done to prevent food waste. People are being urged to waste less food – common sense really but then common sense is not all that common and somewhat of a misnomer – but much of the waste happens before it ever reaches the consumer.

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Farming Bugs For Food

Green Living Tips

articles & guides foodI've kept an open mind on eating insects - mainly because billions of people around the world have been eating bugs for a very, very long time.

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The Fridge: Reducing Food Waste in the Community

Green Prophet

It’s not an empty fridge waiting to be hauled away to a dump; it’s full of food. You’ve saved money, saved food from going to waste, and supported a neighborhood business, all in five minutes. Dumped into a landfill, the food will only make more methane greenhouse gas. .

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Simple Tips For Extending Food Shelf Life

Green Living Tips

Extending the shelf life of food can be a very simple green action that may also save you a bunch of money as well. articles & guides food

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Cutting food waste

Green Living Tips

The amount of food waste we generate each year is incredible. Pick up some food waste reduction tips and save a stack of money It's not only an environmental issue, but a humanitarian and financial one.

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The Slow Food Movement defines Slow Meat

Green Prophet

The Slow Food movement isn’t against eating meat. Today Slow Food launched the Meat the Change campaign, with the aim of reaching people all over the world. The campaign aims to encourage people to reflect on the consequences of their food choices. . The post The Slow Food Movement defines Slow Meat appeared first on Green Prophet | Impact News for the Middle East. Food meat glue meatless mondays Slow Food Slow Meat

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Stop Wasting Food!

Environmental News Network

We have all done it many times, thrown perfectly good food into the trash. According to the Food Waste Reduction Alliance 25 to 40% of food grown, processed, and transported in the United States will never be consumed. Food waste is also terrible for the environment.

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Anthony Bourdain: Soul Food.

Elephant Journal

Arts Enlightened Society Food Anthony Bourdain brain cancer eating food kindness love suicideAnd there I was on the couch, always thinking variations of, “Jeez, how does that bastard stay so thin? I just hope it doesn’t catch up to this guy.” But now, none of that matters.

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Super Foods Aren’t Just for People!

Living Green & Saving Energy

Super Foods aren’t just for People! When you think of super foods, you likely believe that these foods are only beneficial to humans. These same foods can give your pets the same healthy benefits they give to you and your family. With all of the hype about pet foods being unsafe, perhaps […]. organic food Pets Green living healthy diet super foods

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The Pope says yes to artificial intelligence in your food

Green Prophet

Pope Francis endorses AI approaches to growing your food. ” The Rome Call for AI Ethics refers to the need for “a highly sustainable approach, which also includes the use of artificial intelligence in ensuring sustainable food systems in the future.” Food agriculture

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Bees and your food

Green Living Tips

food supply Bee Colony Collapse Disorder is a crisis that still gets little coverage given the major threat it poses. Bees give us so much more than honey. Bee pollination of crops, something that most farmers heavily rely on, is responsible for as much as 30% of the U.S.

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Campaign against food waste

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) A “Bread Happy Hour” against food waste? While this may sound rather funny at first is being offered by a Berlin commercial bakery during the “Wertwochen Lebensmittel” (food value weeks) in the German capital. food waste wasted food foodshare food

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Making Peace with Food.

Elephant Journal

Blog (always click 4 all blogs) Food Health & Wellness Yoga fibromalygia food to heal gut health inside story leaky gut making peace with food struggle with foodI intensely feared anything that came on a plate or in a bowl.

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Reuse ideas for plastic frozen food bags

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) I am one of those people who take reuse and all what is related to that to another dimension at times, as regular readers will know, and I do, yes, tend to keep those bags from frozen food.

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Top 10 Naturally Hydrating Foods and Drinks

Hug a Tree with Me

Fortunately for us, there are many foods and drinks that we can consume to ensure proper hydration in the hottest of weather. Top 10 Naturally Hydrating Foods and Drinks: Water: Water is a no-brainer but it is worth mentioning because people aren’t drinking enough of it.

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Pizza boxes, fast food cardboard and similar

Green (Living) Review

This does not only apply to fast food packaging. by Michael Smith (Veshengro) On those boxes we can see greenwash in action almost in the extreme.

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Food forests manage themselves

Green (Living) Review

On a suburban Kansas lot at the corner of 55th and Mastin streets, an experiment is underway: A food forest is growing crops, creating economic value and, most notably, doing most of the work on its own.

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EU food control coming?

Green (Living) Review

Crop diversity under threat by Michael Smith (Veshengro) The European Union minions in Brussels/Strasbourg are working on controlling what foods we can eat.

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Make your food last longer

Green (Living) Review

By Lyndsey from Recycle for Wales The easiest way to make food last for longer in our home is by freezing it. I usually make batches of food so I can be lazy in the week, and defrost it when I need it. So larger amounts of food should be divided into smaller portions, packets or slices.

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Fusion Food.

Elephant Journal

Through commerce and travel, technology and media, we are being catalyzed into ways of being that a few short years ago were the stuff of fantasy and myth.

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Aldi's statement on GM foods

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) Genetically Modified (GM) foods We know that GM food is controversial and that many of our customers don''t want to eat it. All for profit and the same goes for using GMOs in foods. Aldi genetically modified organisms GMOs genetically modified foods

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DIY Rotating Canned Food System

Green (Living) Review

Storing canned food in your kitchen cabinets is an inefficient use of space and you will often find old cans in the back that have been there for years. The cost is a small fraction of the price of retail canned food systems.

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Top 10 Online Sources for Natural and Organic Foods

Hug a Tree with Me

Even though some conventional supermarkets have mandated a healthy section in their facility, and there are health-food stores and farmer’s markets sprinkled about, it can be beneficial to also seek out a few online sources. Top 10 Online Sources for Natural and Organic Foods: 1.

Never Throw Food Away Again

Green (Living) Review

But you can save more food, and save money. Food waste is becoming a major American problem. Americans waste an astounding 40 percent of their food, a statistic that has doubled since 1974, according to research published in the journal PLoS ONE found. food waste

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The Ideal Food Pyramid has More than just Food.

Elephant Journal

Food Health & Wellness Dr. Mark Hyman food pyramid healthy eating healthy fats low-fat refined carbohydrates sugarFrom the beginning, a low-fat dogma prevailed, even though we now know.

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10 Amazing Food Co-ops Across America

Green (Living) Review

Watch this video about the advantages of shopping at co-ops, and check this directory for information about food co-ops near you. Viroqua Food Co-op is located in Viroqua, a town of 4400, in a rural area of Southwest Wisconsin called the Driftless. cooperatives food food co-ops

Community food gardens

Green Living Tips

HTML clipboardAn extension of the Victory Garden concept that developed during World War II, a community food garden (sometimes referred to as a food bank) is another way of producing more natural foods in an environmentally friendly way and increasing a community's food security

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Flesh as Healing Food.

Elephant Journal

Animal Rights (Vegan, Pets, Wildlife) Food Health & Wellness bone broth Buddhist eating eating meat harm healing food IBS veganSo having had a recent flair up with Irritable Bowel Syndrome, I was told (and read about) the great benefits of.

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Food Storage Wisdom

Green (Living) Review

A generation or two ago, families had the good sense to always maintain a good food storage program because they understood that bad things can happen to food supplies. These are some notes compiled by a relative who spent forty days living entirely off of stored food supplies.

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An Awesome Urban Food Garden Where Food Miles Are Zero…

Green (Living) Review

On just a tenth of an acre (6000 square feet) in Berkeley, California, the owners of an average home in an average neighborhood are doing something most of us have never tried: they grow nearly all their own food. My grandparents generation they raised a significant portion of their own food.

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A Food Market Without Bees (Whole Foods Photo)

Green Prophet

A corporate natural foods store in the United States has captured a photograph of what their shelves would look like if bee populations completely collapse. Whole Foods claims that one in every three bites of food is pollinated by bees. Image via PRNewsFoto/Whole Foods Market.

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Preserving Mint for Food & Medicine

Green (Living) Review

Thankfully, preserving mint for food & medicine is easy to do in a multitude of ways. In some cases, the lines are blurred between food and medicine but with mint that just makes it easier to use in its many preserved forms.

How buying in bulk actually wastes food

Green (Living) Review

The takeaway: We waste a lot of extra food (and money) simply because we don’t shop often enough. As big of a problem as it is, food waste rarely makes the news. Simply put: We’re throwing away more in food waste than we are saving by buying in bulk. bulk buying food waste

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Food waste kerbside recycling

Green (Living) Review

by Michael Smith (Veshengro) Aside from the fact that food waste must be reduced any waste of food that does occur should, obviously, be recycled to bio-methane and compost. Food waste may not travel as far as that it is ONLY shipped to mainland Europe to be made into methane.

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Food miles and sustainability

Green Living Tips

How many miles does your food travel before it hits your dinner plate? Not so long ago, the majority of our food came from our local environment or at least from within our own countries. These days, our food is increasingly from hundreds or even thousands of miles away

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Are you a Food Empath? 6 Strategies to Overcome Food Addictions & Overeating.

Elephant Journal

Enlightened Society Health & Wellness diet elephant magazine emotional eating empath food food addictions food empath overeating weight lossWhen I point this out to my empath patients who are struggling with overeating, it’s a life-changing insight for them.

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Frigatebird Food Fight in the Galapagos

10,000 Birds

The attacking frigatebird pulls the youngsters head out of the mother’s gullet with the food hanging from its bill. . When Adam Riley let me know he had seen some cool frigatebird photos and wondered if we wanted to run them on 10,000 Birds I immediately said yes. After all, the last time Adam said he had some cool photos they were really, really cool !

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Organic Pet Foods – Honestly Healthy or Completely Deceiving

Living Green & Saving Energy

Organic Pet Foods – Honestly Healthy or Completely Deceiving Those of us who are owned by pets and are repulsed by the term pet owner do all that we can possibly do to ensure that the lives that our furry children are happy, healthy and filled with love and fun. organic food Pets organic pet food

Cooling food without electricity

Green Living Tips

Looking for an environmentally friendly way to keep food and drinks cool without electricity? A pot-in-pot fridge, also known as a Zeer pot, just might do the trick. Great for emergency situations, there's no moving parts and it's cheap and easy to make

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Food Forests Could Bring Healthy Organic Food To Everyone – For Free

Green (Living) Review

Food forests or Forest gardening have been around for a long time with many of the native cultures practicing this form of sustainable agriculture. Beneficial plants and companion planting is a big part of the food forest system. Why Food Forests?

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Cranswick Foods Slaughter Parade

Eccorazzi

Of all of the various tactics dreamt up by “animal rights” organisations, stopping wagons rammed with animals for 5 minutes outside their place of slaughter so that “advocates” can “[speak] kind words to the animals on their final journey,” has to be one of the most outlandish and useless i’ve ever heard. The parade of death was coordinated by Norfolk Animal Save here in England and took place on earlier this month at the Watton slaughter plant. Let me say from that outset, I am not questioning the integrity of those involved in this event. Indeed, the fact I have to preface my comments on this with a disclaimer shows how very corrupt the mainstream “animal movement” is – we should be able to think critically about the efforts of those within a social justice movement without individuals taking personal offence. This isn’t about us. Unfortunately when it comes to animals, it doesn’t seem to matter how bizarre or counterproductive your actions are, as long as you’re “doing something” it’s all dandy. But that isn’t a social justice movement; it’s a narcissist’s party with all of your friends invited to pat them on the back. The animals deserve better. Approximately 40 people turned up to the slaughterhouse to “bear witness” to four trucks of animals making the last few metres of their journey. Cameras and groping hands were thrust through metal bars as if the animals in these trucks needed an extra dose of confusion and terror in the final stages of their lives. Looking at the images and video footage in this Eastern Daily Press article , it’s hard to understand what these people actually thought they were doing. They certainly weren’t helping the animals – all of whom will have been dead within a few short hours – and if anything they merely added another stress to their symphony of misery in the form of flashing cameras and hysterical faces through the bars. No, this particular facet of the proceedings did nothing apart from make us humans feel better for “doing something.”. Protesters also stood around the slaughterhouse with pickets, some of which were particularly ambiguous and others that – while mentioning the word vegan – were out of context and open to interpretation too. Thi s is an inherent problem with poster advocacy as a general matter; there’s no control over what an onlooker takes away from the few words you’re brandishing. Not that there were any onlookers in this case anyway apart from a few slaughterhouses workers in hi-vis jackets. One of the protesters said “ It is very easy nowadays to be disconnected when you see meat in the supermarkets. That is why it is important and why there are people like us here, because if we do not show people they are never going to know.” The problem isn’t that people are “disconnected” from the exploitation – people know what they are buying in the supermarket. The problem is that people just don’t think it’s a moral problem; they’ve bought into the welfarist notion that killing animals is okay so long as they’re killed “humanely.” Focusing once again on showcasing animal treatment does nothing but feed the idea that there is somehow a right way to exploit animals. The animals don’t need us to “bear witness” to the final stretch of their road to slaughter, or torment them with photographs and groping hands moments before they are killed. They need us to advocate for veganism as a moral imperative , otherwise we simply ensure that the perpetual onslaught of trucks to the slaughterhouse never ceases. Holding pickets outside a slaughterhouse, pointing cameras at frightened animals and having your picture taken may make you feel like you’re “doing something.” The reality is it does nothing but contribute to this faux-movement of self-congratulation where the animals may as well be stuffed toys in a high street window; the kids scream, shout and make a lot of noise but the teddy bears remain behind the glass. This Cranswick case is no different. Take the 40 people there, educate them about abolitionism and have them go out into the public talking about veganism as a moral obligation – that’s what we need to be doing if we wish to change the paradigm from animals as things to animals as moral persons. . News Sticky

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