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.
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What is sustainable food? I’ve been writing about good eating for awhile, but I still have to ponder its meaning. Here’s what a group of green teens think.
I quit thinking of myself as a “foodie” when I realized it didn’t accurately convey the way I think and feel about food. So what is a foodie? And what am I?
When it comes to shopping for groceries, it’s tough to make good decisions. Enter Marion Nestle — nutritionist, author, and food hero — and her 5 rules for buying good groceries.
In our fast-food culture, eating well tends to take a certain level of time commitment. What happens when life’s other demands encroach on your kitchen time? Must you lower your standards, or can you still eat well on a severely restricted time budget?
When I started my real food journey, I had to research what words like “cage free” and “grass fed” meant. And then I found The Lexicon of Sustainability.
Eating well doesn’t have to break the bank. Use these simple strategies to stretch your grocery dollars, while embracing a healthy and delicious real-food diet.
Mark your calendars to celebrate real food on Food Day 2013 October 24! Food Day is a nationwide celebration of healthy, sustainable, and affordable food. Learn more.
Shopping at Target just got more interesting. Last week, the major retailer announced a new line of natural and organic food and beverage items, named Simply Balanced.
We snack mindlessly. We cling to eating habits and patterns without question. We put unknown — and often toxic — substances in our bodies. By training yourself to eat and drink Thoughtfully, Introspectively, and Purposefully, you can take better control over your health and wellness.
I love road trips! But I don’t love fast food, gas-station junk, or being hungry. Traveling through our fast-food nation can be challenging for real-food whole-food vegan-food enthusiasts; but with a bit of forethought and planning, eating well on the road can be quick, easy, and delicious!
I did a bit of research and found five reasons we should encourage our kids (and ourselves) to avoid artificial food colorings.
Earlier this month, the 99 Good Food Award winners were announced in San Francisco. Let them inspire you.