You might be surprised about the health benefits of garlic. Raw garlic can reduce chances of cancer, heart disease, and brain tumors, and even the common cold.
“Seeds Re Generation” by Indigenous dance group Dancing Earth is an inspiring work focused on restoring and re-storying.
You might be surprised about the health benefits of onions. From shallots to scallions, onions help your immune system, and are full of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.
Need a little rest & respite? Try 10 short nature poems to delight! Includes every season: spring poems, summer poems, autumn poems and winter poems. Snow, kale, butterflies and geese — all are delightful gifts of wonder.
You’ve spent 30 days poetically focused on plant-rich foods and healthy food practices. Where will you go from here? We’ve got ideas to help.
It’s fairly easy to be a healthy vegetarian (or just boost your plant-rich food lifestyle), if you know how to plan your plate. Take away these simple tips to begin!
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.
There’s nothing like fresh herbs to compliment a good veggie dish. Why should you consider growing your own—on the windowsill right in the kitchen?
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!