First and foremost, this is not a post about gluten. I understand that people have serious sensitivities and autoimmune reactions to gluten. This might be a hard post for my GF lovelies to read. (I certainly don’t like reading articles praising cheese, which I have a sensitivity to.) But bear in mind that bread does … Continue reading In Defense of Bread
A vulnerable part of our complex environment often slips by us unnoticed: Water. We’re made of it, we can’t live without it, but it is the resource that is most in jeopardy now that climate change is upon us. I certainly haven’t been as aware as I should be, however, of widespread water issues. Lately, … Continue reading Almond Ambiguity: Nut Milks and Water/Drought
Here's an abbreviated list of my reasons for making oat milk. Far less water (than dairy or nut milks) Far less Greenhouse Gases No additives! Less packaging. You can buy oats in bulk and use reusable containers No need for fancy cloth or equipment (which is kinda necessary for making nut milk at home) It's … Continue reading Madison’s Oat Milk Recipe
There are so many benefits to jar salads. Off the top of my head... They enable you to cook ahead one of the trickiest things to cook ahead - salad! Take care of all that chopping on the weekend, get the dishes done, and you're good to go for the week to come. When you … Continue reading Cooking Ahead: Jar Salad Rules
When Henry first started eating a whole food plant-based diet, one of my first thoughts was "I don't have the tenacity for that." Henry is deeply passionate about so many things that this change makes sense for him, but I still doubt that I have the willpower to make such a radical change in my … Continue reading Decisions
Why "Food for a Compassionate World"? Migrating From Locavore to #WFPB (From Madison's Perspective). Hello! Madison here. I hope you read Henry's post [title], because mine is written as a follow-up of sorts, since he hit on all the big points.