If you go through a lot of citrus fruit, why not turn some of those peels into homemade potpourri before sending it to the compost bin?
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Got wild garlic nearby? Don’t get rid of it; cook with it! Here are 9 recipes we’ve found using various species of this versatile plant.
Reduce food waste in your kitchen by safely reusing your leftovers instead of tossing them out! Food waste is a terribly problem worldwide. As we struggle to feed an exploding world population, wealthy nations that have an abundance throw about 1/3…
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Join us for 2013’s first edition of Hangin’ with sustainablog, where we discuss sister site Eat.Drink.Better’s new recipe sharing feature with site director Becky Striepe.
After you’re done preparing your holiday dishes and desserts, take some time to pamper your skin with these five all-natural beauty treatments using leftover pumpkin and a few other pantry ingredients.
Already planning for Spring foraging? Dandelions are hardy and versatile; once you pick a mess of ’em, here are seven ideas for cooking.
Eating stinging nettles – doesn’t that hurt? No, and furthermore, this “weed” is incredibly versatile… you can use it for traditional soups and tea, or recipes from a wide variety of culinary traditions.
One of my fondest memories of the holiday season is bowls, jars, bags, and even bottoms of stockings filled with nuts–of all shapes, sizes, hues…and degrees of difficulty to open! Whether it be the smooth, round umber of chestnuts, or the oblong tan of almonds, or the football-like pecan, December was always a nutty month […]
Editor’s note: This review is part of the Green Books campaign. Today 100 bloggers are reviewing 100 great books printed in an environmentally-friendly way. Our goal is to encourage publishers to get greener and readers to take the environment into consideration when purchasing books. This campaign is organized by Eco-Libris, a a green company working […]
Today’s post is by Kristen Honey, EDF Lorry Lokey Fellow. Are sardines making a sustainable and sumptuous comeback? The Washington Post attempted to address this very question yesterday in a provocative article about the self-proclaimed “Sardinistas.” According to this group of nutritionists, environmentalists and foodie revolutionaries, the answer is a resounding “yes!” Sardine advocates and cutting-edge […]