I was walking through the store today and noticed all the holiday displays were already up, and it is not Thanksgiving yet! No matter what holiday you celebrate; Christmas, Hanukkah, Ramadan or Yule, there is one thing that all of us need in the kitchen – vegetable stock.
You can go to the store and spend $3-4 dollars for a 16 ounce carton of broth that is altered with too much salt, sugar Continue reading →
The controversial “yoga mat” chemical that Vani Hari, creator of FoodBabe.com, campaigned to remove from Subway sandwich bread has turned up in nearly 500 items and more than 130 brands of bread, stuffing, pre-made sandwiches and snacks, according to an analysis by the Environmental Working Group. Continue reading →
A friend of mine from Texas recently posted a photo on her Facebook page and asked “Does this really look like $100 worth of food?” take a look at the photo on the left, what do you think…Does this look like $100 dollars worth of food? The reality is that over 63% of our daily calories come from processed foods, and eating healthier costs about $550 more per year for one person. Continue reading →
You may have heard the term ‘Frankenfood” recently. This term has been used so much that it has made its way into many urban dictionaries and even has an entry on Wikipedia. Frankenfood refers to any food that has been Genetically Modified (GM) or what is commonly know at GM food. Biologist that work for, or whose research is funded by big Agri-bio-tech firms like Monsanto, will tell you that Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) are the solution to end world hunger and are safe. Continue reading →
Tomorrow (October 20, 2013) is the 4th annual Texas Veggie Fair (TVF). This event is an important day to many vegans as it celebrates all of the different elements of the vegan lifestyle and shares them with the world. This wonderful event is open to everyone young and old, vegan or not, companion animals are welcome and best of all it is FREE. Continue reading →