The Frankenstein question of life—which this story handles in an intriguing new way—persists today, as much as it ever did. Hidden within the answers are philosophies that impact how we interact with earth, its climate, and its creatures.
Eating in season can be done for practical reasons or for love. Either way, we’ll be healthier (and possibly more appreciative) as a result.
There’s a movement afoot to “eat ugly,” but we prefer the idea of eating artfully. After all, what could be more artful than eating what’s fragrant and healthy?
Eating a plant-rich diet is a beautiful way to keep yourself (and the earth) healthy. But paying attention to how you feel is important. Especially when it comes to iron, B, and D.
Composting for climate? You bet. Besides, it will make your trash can more presentable.
One of the best ways to curb climate breakdown is by reducing your food waste. That’s made easier if you know what to do with the whole fruit or veggie!
Are we throwing away the best part of our food? Here’s how to keep the health benefits (and keep the earth healthier).
Before we can think about sustainable farming (or gardening), we find ourselves thinking about who we are in relation to the world.