Every week, I read tons of news, primarily related to food, health, wellness and sustainability. On any given day, you’ll find me sharing links to relevant news stories and recipes on Twitter and sometimes on Green Your Plate’s Facebook page.
Here are some of the items that caught my eye in the Internet sphere over the past couple of weeks:
One of the most heavily circulated food posts on Twitter this week: Mark Bittman’s NY Times Opinionator column - We’re eating less meat. Why?
- A helpful explanation by nutritionist Marion Nestle on Defining organic – the difference between sustainable and local
- You can’t always believe what you read on food labels - 5 food labels that mean nothing
- Just because something is organic doesn’t mean it’s also sustainable - Organic farming may be outgrowing its ideals
- The case against hiding vegetables in foods for kids
- Who owns Trader Joe’s? An in-depth profile of the enchanted aisles
- Tips for how to create your own root cellar
- Maybe one of your 2012 resolutions is to explore wines. Here are five ways to get into wines
- Stovetop macaroni and cheese, the ultimate comfort food
- A Meatless Monday meal idea perfect for the winter months – Root vegetable korma