Food
Fishless Fish — But Does It Taste Fishy?

Fishless Fish — But Does It Taste Fishy?

The California based company, Impossible Foods, is on a mission to create tasty alternatives for all animal-based food by 2035 and so are several others — all in the name of feeding the growing population across that globe that relies on fish as its main source of protein.  Following the success of the meatless burger,

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Hummus is Good for You AND the Planet

Hummus is Good for You AND the Planet

For many of us, hummus is already a snack staple but its popularity as a healthy and filling snack is steadily growing. As NPR reported, Americans spent four times as much money on hummus in the marketplace last year than they did 10 years ago: more than $800 million in 2018 alone. The main ingredient […]

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5 Delicious Things: Food and Drinks to Support National Parks

5 Delicious Things: Food and Drinks to Support National Parks


As we head into the 4th of July holiday, what’s on the menu is often just as important as the fireworks. Did you know that you can support our national parks through some seriously delicious snacks and drinks? Take a look at this list from Food & Wine Magazine to learn more about 5 food […]

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Lox From A Lab on the Horizon

Lox From A Lab on the Horizon

A company called Wild Type is working to create “better meat to address the most pressing challenges of our generation: climate change, food security, and health.” Overfishing is one of the most pressing risks of our generation – dwindling fishing stocks threaten the oceans ecosystems as well as our own way of life – but Wild Type is working towards finding a solution by developing sustainable alternatives.

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Yikes, We’re Eating 2,000 Pieces of Plastic Each Week

Yikes, We’re Eating 2,000 Pieces of Plastic Each Week

A new study put out by the University of Newcastle in Australia has revealed that humans are eating, swallowing or breathing in about 2,000 tiny pieces of plastic each week, an amount equal to the weight of one credit card. That’s some literal food for thought as we consider how to curb our addiction to […]

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Midwest Flooding Preventing Farmers from Planting Their Crops, Threatens Food Prices

Midwest Flooding Preventing Farmers from Planting Their Crops, Threatens Food Prices

Here's where the #CropWatch19 #soybeans will be planted in central Kansas, if it ever dries out. pic.twitter.com/w9DkokOlUG — Karen Braun (@kannbwx) May 28, 2019 All across the midwest farmers are not able to begin planting their crops as persistent flooding has caused their fields to resemble shallow lakes. As Reuters explained, “Excessive rain has caused […]

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