The term food deserts are typically attached to urban environments in socioeconomically starved areas. Think inner city. Low income means no spending cash means no grocery stores. What business is going to go up where the population has no money to spend?
Food needs saving. In the United States, we waste somewhere between 30% to 50% of the food we grow. At the same time, 1 out of every 8 people are hungry. You may have heard these numbers previously but wonder what you can do to help. There are a number ways to pitch in to…Read more Rescue Food. Rescue People. Rescue the Environment.
Everything's electronic. The electronic landscape we know as the internet isn't conducive to reading. We skim. You've probably already started glancing at the images and headings further down the page. Most of what we do online are looking for the things we need to find for our curiosity. A movie tends to go through an entire narrative while a book tries to accurately cover everything on its topic choice.
As we've learned from the 2016 election, misinformation and outright lying can destroy credibility and create unforeseen outcomes. The only way to combat the pitfalls of ignorance is through self-disciplined critical reading, research, and being vocal of mistakes and lies spread online. In other words, research what you read, become informed on the topics important to you and know where the tools are to act on your knowledge.
Well, not always, but most of the time. One of the key tenets of Food Justice dictates that everyone should have access to affordable, healthy, and sustainable foods. What does that have to do with home cooking? The best way to describe the process is to take you through it – after all, many of…Read more Save the World: Cook at Home