Brian Parady, in a Monday morning motivation for us all, urges us to “Eliminate one bad food item from your diet this week. Next week add a new one.” So, this week, I’ll get rid of pizza, but next week, I’ll start eating brownies. Cool.
It’s not natural to drink every meal out of a plastic bottle, while pretending to be a person blasted up into outer space, sitting in a tube all day, every day.
According to Fast For The Climate, thousands of people are participating in the fast, but how does not eating food for one day a month help to stop climate change?
With less Captain Crunch and more dandelion greens, we won’t need robotic bees.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average, a measure of the value of U.S. corporate wealth, has been hitting record highs lately: But in a news release this month, the U.S. Department of Agriculture reports that the percentage of households with food insecurity remains historically high: That
For years, I’ve seen the No Farms No Food bumper sticker, and wondered what the message was trying to get at. Sure, we need farmers to grow ingredients for food, but that’s such a general need, it’s difficult to get worked up about. Food is
While I was trying to read an article from an online news magazine this morning, an advertisement popped up for Harvestland chicken breasts. “Eat Like Your Ancestors”, the commercial banner urged me. To tell the truth, I don’t know much about how my ancestors ate.
Not 1 of the 217 Republicans Voting to Slash Food Aid for Hungry Americans Supports an End to Corporate Oil Subsidies
On Thursday September 19 2013, 217 Republican members of the House of Representatives voted to approve H.R. 3102, a bill to push 3.8 million Americans into hunger, kicking them out of the food stamp program despite the fact that they are unemployed or underemployed. How
Across the country, people are struggling to get enough food to eat. In most places across the country, there are places where good, healthy food is growing, but goes uneaten. There’s fruit on bushes and trees, and shoots and leaves on common weeds. People walk
Woman hasn’t eaten since May 3, plans to go on So reads the breathless headline of a United Press International story published on June 10, 2013. Is it true? Naveena Shine of Seattle declares in a press release and a website that: On May 3rd
If you ever visit the historical sites of Boston or Philadelphia, you’ll notice t-shirts and buttons for sale at just about every available souvenir stand, referencing Benjamin Franklin’s quote, “Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.” Made by historically-minded