If you’ve ever picked up a bag of coffee from your local grocery store and searched for an expiration date — only to find none? How are you supposed to how long that coffee will last before it expires?
As I set my New Year’s resolutions for 2020, being low-waste was at the top of my list.
Buying whole, fresh coffee beans is the greatest guarantee to a fresh cup of coffee — even if it takes some effort grinding them first.
I grew up watching my mom make this recipe and have been eating her meatballs for as long as I can remember.
Reducing our waste, and especially eliminating our consumption of single-use plastics, needs to be a priority if we want to fight climate change. For us women, this message resonates.
For the last several years, beef, poultry, pork, and even seafood — made through cell cultures — have been hyped up to become the future of meat.
There is a lot of consumer misconception out there about pesticides used on fruit/vegetables.