The battle has long been waged, and will certainly continue in spite of this study. Are humans designed/evolved to eat everything and at risk of malnutrition as vegetarians? Or is vegetarianism the healthy and ethical choice?
Tommy Lee's name is departing from being synonymous with Pam Anderson and the Mötley Crüe to his role in the Green movement. His most recent venture, co-hosting Planet Green's Battleground Earth with Ludacris is just one of the ways he is "going
The thing I love about Graham Hill and Meaghan O'Neill's "Ready, Set, Green" is that when you have a book that is so positive and filled with easy tips, getting green and guilt-free seems like a breeze.
Fergus Drennan is a t.v. star, best known for his show "The Roadkill Chef" and now, as of April Fool's Day, he is living for a year entirely off wild food found in the forest. Most notorious because he only eats meat from dead animals he finds along
My husband exuded an aura of disbelief when I told him I was serving him kasha for dinner earlier this week. He has been politely declining his mother's kasha for many, many years. My son, who is vegetarian, says there is
I have been doing so much cooking lately with legumes and root vegetables that I have been having a craving for something sunny tasting. Mark Bittman came to my rescue in the New York Times this week with a recipe for a pasta
1) Forums user inkabinkaboo182 needs some help: "Eating meat is one of the worst things to do, when talking about the environment. At best, meat takes acres and acres of grass to raise and a small distance to ship. At worst, it causes Amazonian
Death and drama in Nuremberg. Dag Encke, Director of the Nuremberg Zoo where cubs were recently born to polar mommas Vilma and Vera, was reported as recently as the 4th of January to have said that he would have let Berlin's famous polar bear, Knut,
Around about this time of the year I've had enough of parties and rich food. It's time for me to step back and have something for dinner that doesn't involve any traditional Christmas fare. So I spent some time this week reading The Gate Vegetarian
Regular readers of the Recipe of the Week will know that I am always happy to substitute and otherwise change up a recipe. This week I left out a big component. This korma called for pineapple, which I decided to ignore. I love pineapple cold, but I'm