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The resources needed to produce one turkey for this Thanksgiving — per pound — “are equivalent to driving your car 11 miles and taking a 130-minute shower at 4 gallons per minute,” according to the National Resources Defense Council.
I gave up all meat except fish more than eight years ago and have never looked back, even at barbecues where I’m the only one eating grilled eggplant. “Humans need meat to be healthy,” I often hear. No. … Continue reading
I have my favorite parts of summer: swimming, the first warm night and lightning bugs, to name a few. Another favorite part is the smell of grilled food and eating said food. A person might think that there is nothing … Continue reading
When I first started cooking, going without a recipe made me extremely nervous. (What do you mean, eyeball it?! What if it turns out bad?! Are you crazy? And so on.) But as I become more comfortable with trial and … Continue reading
This winter has been a strange one, with fluctuating temperatures having me carrying around a coat — just in case in decides to be winter again. Now that we are inching toward February and temperatures should drop and stay low, … Continue reading
There is a lot of competing information available about vegan, vegetarian and meat-eating lifestyles. Nutritionists, farmers and scientists will debate till the cows come home (yes, pun intended) about what’s healthier for your body and what’s better for the environment. … Continue reading
Many resolutions float around this time of year: Go to the gym, organize the house, spend more time doing X, Y or Z. How about subtracting some or all the meat from your diet? There are simple ways to accomplish … Continue reading