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What’s the Matter with Meat?

by: Catherine J. on 09/20/2012
Posted in: Food

Nothing is wrong with meat—if eaten in moderation. So declares Eleanor Boyle in High Steaks: Why and How to Eat Less Meat. Boyle gives evidence that the abundance of meat produced by factory farming is a hefty contributor to the high environmental stakes we're facing, and shows how lessening our meat consumption will benefit not only our bodies …

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Pink Popcorn Anyone

by: Catherine J. on 09/17/2012
Posted in: Food

When we think of corn, most of us think of succulent sweet corn or, conversely, harsh woody feed corn purchased by mistake. But there is also baby corn, ornamental corn, roasting corn, old-fashioned pipe corn actually used for making pipes, and grain corn which is further divided into flint corn, dent corn, flour corn, and popcorn.

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#Bookaday - Victory for the Victory Garden (and what it could mean for food security today)

by: Sara on 05/24/2012
Posted in: Food

Today's winner of a copy of The Resilience Imperative in our Win a #BookaDay for the Month of May is Jane K

To enter all you have to do is retweet our contest tweet @NewSocietyPub or share this post on the social media of your choice using the SHARE THIS widget that appears above and below this post. Then, leave a comment on this blog entry to let …

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Guest Post - Mallory McDuff - Winning the Real Life Version of "The Hunger Games"

by: EJ on 03/26/2012
Posted in: Food

In Mallory McDuff's recently released book, Sacred Acts: How Churches are Working to Protect Earth's Climate, stories from across North America explain how honoring the Creator means protecting the planet.  In this article originally published in The Citizen TimesMallory draws a comparison between "The Hunger Games" movie which was filmed in …

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Missing Your Fresh, Leafy Greens? Get Sprouting!

by: Heather on 02/02/2012
Posted in: Food

It's a damp, dreary, chilly, day on the West Coast. It seems like eons since the last lovely, fresh garden salad, and I haven't even started ordering my seeds for spring planting yet. Far from growing, everywhere I look things are in a state of advanced, soggy decay. I don't know about anyone else, but I could sure use some sunshine in my life …

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