I’ve been on the fence about how to present this seemingly delicate subject matter, and the most comfortable platform is obviously writing on my blog where only a small limited number of people will actually see it to dispute or argue with me. For some reason, the topic of sugar versus honey is very touchy. Read More “Satisfying Your Sweet Tooth the ZooFit Way”
To answer the main question Why “Poach Eggs Not Rhinos”?, I have started writing what I hope will be my introduction to my conservation cookbook. Here is one draft. Read More “100 Ways of EarthFit- Day 95: Why Poach Eggs, Not Rhinos?”
Sometimes I come across “deals of a lifetime” and I get completely suckered in. I’d like to brush off my naive notions to “trying new things”, but the fact of the matter is when it comes to food and health products, I am one of the most gullible customers on earth. So, when I saw a deal of getting “farm fresh complete meals” (with protein, vegetables, and even spices included) advertised “for Freeland” I assumed it was a local company and I’d be getting a couple of awesome meals delivered to my door. I entered the coupon and got the large package (to feed a family of 4) because, well, some of you have met my husband. He’s not fat, not by any stretch of the imagination, but that boy can EAT. So I wanted to be sure I got a big enough meal to satisfy his appetite. Read More “100 Ways of EarthFit- Day 91: Fresh Across the Country”
Embarking on this journey to live fit and green has been empowering, but I am very grateful that I am not going at this on my own. I have found a plethora of books that have helped me make better consumer choices and create healthier, more environmental habits.
Recently, I have been reading an enjoyable book, “Do One Green Thing” by Mindy Pennybacker. I like it for its simplicity and positive focus on small changes one can make in their diet, homes, and travels to help the planet. Read More “Do One Green Thing- Produce, Meat, Dairy, Poultry, and Eggs”
October 1st is World Vegetarian Day. In the spirit of eating less meat, I decided to fix one of my favorite vegetarian dishes, tofu wontons. These are easy to fix, but I unfortunately don’t know how to make a SMALL batch, so it can be somewhat time consuming if you are making more than 10.
I came across this article on Huffington Post about GMOs, and it provided some VERY good information on the topic.
I’ll admit that I am not as informed about GMOs as I’d like to be, especially when I want to write about it and speak on the subject with conviction. Read More “A Great Article About GMOs”