Making homemade vegan yogurt is easier than you think! Here are two tried-and-true methods for you!
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Orlando-based Fleet Farming is increasing local food production, one front lawn at a time.
The Lancet recently published a paper from the prestigious International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) announcing that Roundup is a probably carcinogen, as is a common insecticide.
Want to cut your risk of heart disease in half? A new study shows eating the heart healthy foods of the Mediterranean diet is the way to go.
Cilantro. People love it or they hate it. Vehemently. But it’s not their fault. Genetics cause some people to think cilantro tastes like soap. Nerd alert!
Urban farming has been reimagined with Cityblooms’ lightweight, modular, hydroponic micro-farms. They call them “growbots,” and they’re remarkably cool.
Ever wanted to booze up a dessert? Make angourmet ice cream sandwich in a minute? Use a marshmallow as a shot glass? Eat pizza with one hand? These four food hacks will make your day.
The city of Phoenix is using the Super Bowl to launch a city-wide effort to reduce food waste.
Ever since I read A Christmas Carol in college, I have wanted to throw a Fezziwig’s Christmas feast.
Oregon’s GMO labeling law may be kaput for now, but in Vermont the shopper’s right to know is still a possibility. The Vermont Right to Know GMOs Coalition sent out a press release this morning announcing that tomorrow morning Burlington’s Federal District court “will be hearing the first oral arguments on Vermont’s landmark GMO labeling law.”
Sick of sriracha? Crapped out on kale? Wondering what we’ll be eating in the food world of 2015? Here’s a taste of this year’s top food trends.
I spend a lot of time reviewing artisanal, unique and conscious cookbooks on this site. Here are five cookbook gifts I am giving this holiday.
If you’re not concerned about climate change, you’re not well enough informed. Part of the reason its impact can be hard to understand is because modern humans have never faced a threat like this before.