The Barbeque

Although it is becoming increasingly common to find vegetarian options for most styles of cooking, for some reason when people think about grilling their mind goes straight to meat.  But vegetarians don’t have to sit out the neighborhood barbeque – in fact, grilling is easy, accessible, and remarkably versatile.  The easiest crossover is firm or … [Read more…]

The Meat Muddle

What are the true environmental costs of mass-meat production? The answer is a lot more than you think!

Lasagna for Everyone

Lasagna for Everyone by: Jessica Rooney Nothing impresses a crowd like homemade lasagna. Perhaps it’s the easily visible layers, which allow people to see the process of cooking; maybe it’s the picture-perfect golden sheen of the top cheese layer; it might even be the invocation of their mother’s sister’s husband’s daughter-in-law’s mythical recipe. But, no … [Read more…]

A Monstrous Vegetable Nightmare

How can asparagus juice turn you into a vegetarian? Well, if it won’t, it will scar you for life. Read about one woman’s adventure in going veg here.

E-Bike Sales Jolting Ahead in China

Electric bicycles may have quiet electric motors, but they are making a lot of noise in China. There are expected to be over 200 million of the bikes zipping along the nations streets by the end of the year. However, e-bikes aren’t necessarily as safe or eco friendly as one might think – most of those that are sold in China have toxic lead batteries, and pose a silent threat to pedestrians and cars. Despite this, the future of e-bikes still looks bright.

Drought Mitigation

Many communities have severe drought conditions, leading to water shortages, forest fires, ruined food crops, and starvation.