Smallholders on plots of ten acres or less produce the majority of the world’s tea and coffee.
7 Hours Left To Help This Awesome Oakland, CA Coffee Kickstarter about “Good Jobs, Great Coffee”
Teaching kids about real food is so important. So some clever folks invented a compact, mobile edible education unit. Say “hello” to the Charlie Cart.
Dreaming of raising goats sustainably? Not sure where the money will come from? Turn to a new platform dedicated to crowdfunding sustainable food projects.
This is one Kickstarter food campaign that you don’t want to miss: Snack Bars…Made from Crickets. Yes, you read that right: Crickets as in made from edible insects. Hopper Bars, [ … ]
Families on a $4 a day food stamp budget need to find cheap ways to eat healthy. So a NYU Food Studies grad student wrote a cookbook to help. And it’s free!
Last month we told you about Ian McDonald’s grand vision: a popular history of vegetarianism through the ages, told through a free and easily accessible BBC-quality radio program. The only catch? Big plans need big funding. But in breaking news, this detail is no longer problematic: as of yesterday, crowd-funding for Vegetarianism: The Story So Far – A Radio History achieved success! So if you’re vegan, vegetarian, or veg-curious — or just a fan of both history and food — watch this space. The world’s first comprehensive vegetarian history radio project is officially underway!
The Vegan Option’s Ian McDonald just launched a Kickstarter project to fund his most ambitious project yet: The Story So Far: Vegetarianism — A Radio History. I had a chance to interview Ian recently, and am now completely excited about this brand-new radio project! It offers a something the veg movement has never before had: a complete, accessible, and cohesive picture of our historical roots. Yes, please!
Last year I contributed to a Kickstarter campaign to fund a movie about sustainability: Growing Cities — a film about urban farming in America. Sneak peek!
As demand for vegan products increases, innovative chefs respond! With 6 days to go, this Kickstarter project offers tasty melt-in-your-mouth-not-in-your-hand chocolatey goodness — with no animal junk, no gluten, no nuts, and no reason not to support this vegan candy project!
Looking for ways to exercise portion control? Check out this dinnerware designed to lend a helping hand. Halved dinnerware cleverly reminds you to eat less.
Eat Drink Better writer Tanya Sitton is launching a podcast all about sustainable, vegan food, and she needs your help!
Delicious TV is now developing a six episode season of a half-hour cooking show called Vegan Mashup, especially for public television stations. Sorry for those overseas, Vegan Mashup is currently only in the works for the United States. On board for the cooking portion are Terry Hope Romero, Toni Fiore and Miyoko Schinner. They plan to share recipes near to their hearts ranging from appetizers to desserts.