Recently I read two books in a row about the environmental impact of our food, specifically the carbon footprint of the food we eat. Read More “The Impact of Our Food”
Eating a locavore diet is probably, in my personal opinion, one of the best ways to have a positive impact on the planet. You are doing so much when you eat locally grown, locally produced foods. Local foods are also seasonally grown, which has plenty of nutritional benefits. The food isn’t shipped from across the country, or in today’s culture across the world. So, we reduce our carbon footprint. Read More “Plastic-Free July Eco-Challenge, Day 7- Have You Hugged Your Farmer Today?”
Don’t. The end.
Haha. I’m KIDDING. Of course we eat out. Same as Paleo followers, vegans, and even those on Whole30. I’m not a sadist. Read More “Locavore’s Guide to Eating Out”
I really don’t know if these new principles I’m writing out are going to be my final word on the subject. The idea of ZooFit is it is ever-growing, ever-evolving. I’ve been looking at my eating habits for a long time. I have found these principles to be in line with the dual aspects of healthy eating and conservation. Read More “Principles of Eating Green: Think Global, Eat Local”
There’s something about living a locavore life which excites me. My husband and I not as frugal as some friends. We splurged on a 28-week CSA, and I’m willing to pay extra at the farmers markets. But sometimes I like the free stuff.