As I mentioned in part one of this list t it’s really important for the health of our planet for people to become more aware of the effects of their eating habits. Eating sustainably doesn’t have to be a complete upheaval of your lifestyle. Below, are a few more tips to eating more sustainably.
Grow Fruits, Vegetables, & Herbs
This is one of the easiest ways to guarantee that your food is organic; you have full control over the way that your food is grown. Many people overlook this option because they don’t have access to a garden or a backyard. But, a windowsill is more than enough space for a small herb garden. Every little bit of home gardening helps There are plenty of resources to help you grow food from your apartment.
Stop Buying Bottled Water & Start Drinking Tap
Water bottle production is incredibly bad for the environment. Water bottle production is linked to the consumption over 1.5 million barrels a year. The transportation of that water is linked to four thousand tons of carbon dioxide emissions. Tap water in America is run through several filtration processes, but if you want to take extra precautions, you can always purchase a filter for your tap.
Most people are under the assumption that food breaks down in landfills; that is not the case. Landfills are designed to keep trash dry and away from the air, so even biodegradable items stay intact. You can do you part by saving your food scraps and starting a compost system at home. It may seem unappealing, but there are many options that will make your compost experience smell and stress free.
Reduce and Reuse Packaging
Start buying your food in bulk instead of smaller, more frequently purchases packages. If you do need to buy smaller items, try to find groceries with recyclable packing (reusable containers or bags). Bonus: Buying in bulk is also a fantastic way to save money.
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Philippine Horticultural Society Inc. ( Education Committee ) in cooperation with The Philippine Orchid Conservation and Preservation Volunteers and Quezon Memorial Circle .
Because of multiple requests, the course will be presented again middle of February 2015. Orchidology 1 will be the prerequisite of the laboratory training course: Aseptic Cultures of Orchid to be held on May 2015. This is part of the PHSI’s mission of spreading the science of Horticulture to upgrade the level of the Horticultural Industries in the Philippines.
For the month of August, the lectures will be on Basic Plant Nutrition, Fertilizer Compounding and Rooting Powder Compounding Demonstration and Workshop. The certificate course is intended for commercial nursery operators, academicians, hobbyists and students of Agriculture. For attendees of Fertilizer Compounding, please bring calculators. Nutrient computations will be part of the exercise. This is one of the public services of…
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Once you’ve made the decision to shift to a plant based diet (congratulations!), don’t let the pressure of that decision feel like a weight on your psyche. Everyone makes the shift at their own pace, and the speed at which you switch over does not matter as much as you think it does. If you are like most people, you’re not going to go from eating steak one day to only greens the next. The following are some tips to making a gradual shift; you don’t have to quit meat cold-turkey (pun intended).
Slowly Cutting Out Meat:
Then, Say Goodbye To Dairy
Most importantly, have a fantastic time with your diet transition! You’re making a great change for your body, and you’ll start feeling a noticeable difference in your body within a few weeks. Happy eating!
I realize I have posted quite a few recipes in my short time blogging featuring kale. I didn’t realize I love it so much, but I guess its so versatile that this veggie is like a gift that just keeps on giving!
A few nights ago t I wanted to make a pasta but do something fun with it so I decided to make kale pesto for the sauce. It came out so delicious! Instead of pine nuts I used cashews which totally worked well to make the sauce creamy, and the addition of lemon really adds a nice summery flavor. This is super quick to whip up and I bet it would be great to store. Next time I might make more so I can do that.
We paired our pesto with penne and added some slightly cooked grape tomatoes and a little bit of mozzarella cheese on top. This is on…
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