Zero waste grocery shopping isn’t as easy as Instagram’s green goddesses make it seem, but it doesn’t have to be so hard. Use these simple tips to save yourself time, effort, and money.
I knew thought I’d buy an Instant Pot, but I also had idea about the eco-friendly cooking benefits. Now, I’m taking my Instant Pot to the test with these recipes.
The Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen lists from the Environmental Working Group inform shoppers which produce items are worth the markup price of organics and which ones you get away with buying non-organic.
Find out why it’s still important to make food goals and why food guilt is a waste of time.
Canadians waste more food than we consume, and it’s costing us. Find out how you can reduce food waste in your own home and save hundreds a year.
Scientists have proposed a solution to the most pressing problem of our time: How do we feed a growing population, prevent food-related disease, and save the planet?
Find out how making dinner lead down a rabbit hole of questioning every plant-based ingredient in my favourite red curry recipe.
Find out what foods rank as the most eco-friendly options in terms of carbon emissions, water footprint, and more.
Gaining new skills isn’t always pretty, but it always makes for a good story.
I love the fatty fruit as much as the next millennial, but at the risk of gaining a few enemies, this has to be said: It’s time to hold the guac, guys. Seriously. Find out why I’m willing to make such an unpopular claim.
Canada’s 2019 Food Price Report forecasts the average household will pay over four hundred dollars more next year for the same groceries. Here’s what you can do to help counter those costs.