Because of space limitations, this summer was the first time in many years that I did not have a garden. One of my favorite things to do in past summers was to walk out into the garden and pick a handful of herbs to brighten my plant-based dishes. I decided to create a “small-space garden” on our front porch steps and planted rosemary, basil, thyme and mint in pots. They turned out to be a decorative, productive and attractive addition to our front porch.
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Kim Campbell Cooking without oil can be a challenge at first, but once you learn how to make the correct substitutions it truly becomes second nature. Also, your taste buds will begin to adapt and change within just a few weeks, reducing your preference for oil. If you are you looking for quick and easyRead more The post Why No Oil? appeared first on PlantPure Nation.
This Ted Talk explores the state of food in America, why we eat what we eat, and how our supermarkets have shaped the future of food. Food editor and writer Mark Bittman explains why 40% of the food in American supermarkets doesn’t qualify as real food. Bittman notes that food, by its dictionary definition, isRead more The post The Food We Eat appeared first on PlantPure Nation.
Indy Urban Acres, a “high-tech hydroponic farm,” is tackling food and job insecurity in Indianapolis. On just five acres of land, the farm produces 35,000 pounds of produce for local food banks annually. The other three acres of the farm are used as an educational space, which is central to the farm’s mission. Tyler Gough,Read more The post Indianapolis’ Urban Farms Help to Tackle Urban Problems appeared first on PlantPure Nation.
Photo Courtesy of Pixabay In the 1970’s and 80’s, world hunger and famine were common images in the evening news. Many predicted that diminishing food supply, and growing populations would inevitably lead to a “doomsday scenario.” Lappe, however, argued for a solution to this scenario, pointing out that there were “more thanRead more The post Diet for a Small Planet appeared first on PlantPure Nation.