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The good news is that each one of us can also make the world a little more water secure, ready to face the needs of our peak population future. How? The answer lies in our shopping baskets. The amount of meat in our diet is crucial! The average daily water consumption of a meat-eating person is 5000 litres of water per day. The type of meat we consume is crucial! The food we waste is crucial! So, do not forget: one meat-free-day a week choose meat raised on grass do not waste food
Feeding the 9 Billion: The tragedy of waste By 2075, the United Nations’ mid-range projection for global population growth predicts that human numbers will peak at about 9.5 billion people. This means that there could be an extra three billion mouths to feed by the end of the century, a period in which substantial changes are anticipated in the wealth, calorific intake and dietary preferences of people in developing countries across the world. Such a projection presents mankind with wide-ranging social, economic, environmental and political issues that need to be addressed today to ensure a sustainable future for all. Today, we produce about four billion metric tonnes of food per annum. Read the Global Food report [PDF, 1MB] Where Food Waste Happens In 2010, the Institution of Mechanical Engineers identified three principal emerging population groups across the world, based on characteristics associated with their current and projected stage of economic development. Developed Nations 1. 2.
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Glossary - YumUniverse
We have compiled two glossaries to help you navigate the expansive meat-free/dairy-free world. These glossaries are a work-in-progress and we will be expanding and updating them on an as-needed basis. GLOSSARY OF INGREDIENTS(Açaí to Yacon) A-C | D-F | G-I | J-L | M-O | P-S | T-V | W-Z Read through our Glossary of Ingredients to acquaint yourself with unusual and exotic ingredients, supplements and more. We also provide some suggestions for where you can purchase these unique foodstuffs. GLOSSARY OF TERMS (Antioxidants to Wheat-Free)A-C | D-F | G-I | J-L | M-O | P-S | T-V | W-Z Read through our Glossary of Terms to become familiar with raw, vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and YumUniverse terminology.
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Sandy Boyce and her husband have been making homemade sauerkraut for years by fermenting cabbage purchased from local farmers near their home in Sedona, Arizona. Having long received praise from family and friends for her recipe, Boyce, the director of the nonprofit Verde Valley Community Supported Agriculture, finally decided in 2009 to start selling her specialty at farmers’ markets in the area. Boyce’s ‘kraut was a hit, selling out each week — until her county health department promptly asked her to stop. Without testing her product, obtaining a food processing license, and making it all at within a certified commercial kitchen, Boyce couldn’t distribute her sauerkraut to the public according to state regulations. Small-time home producers like Boyce have faced similar hurdles across the nation in recent years over restrictions placed on so-called ‘cottage foods’ — foods made at home and sold to the public. “Even with the pet food label, I sold out every week,” Boyce said. Food Freedom
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Unless you have a green thumb, lots of outdoor space, and the time to grow your own grub, sticking to a diet free of processed ingredients can be challenging. (If you are that person, can we come over for dinner?) Otherwise, you do your best, eating whole foods whenever possible, and opting for the most unadulterated, natural options you can find when you buy from the box or the bag. Or so you think. The problem is, labels can be misleading. Here, we give you 7 ways to figure out what's natural and what's not. More from Prevention: Healthiest Food Awards 2012
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I was pretty excited to try this out after finding a recipe on Indian Food Forever. The idea for coconut in a raita form popped into my head while I was browsing Coconut Chutney recipes. I love coconut. I love raita. Why not? A quick search turned out this was not as original an idea as I thought it was and the recipe seemed good enough. Coconut Raita Author: The Cooking Jar Serves: 6 Ingredients 2 cups plain yogurt, whipped 3 tablespoons water ½ cup grated coconut ⅛ teaspooon chili powder 3 teaspoons sugar Salt to taste Tempering (Tadka) ¼ yellow onion, minced 1 green chili, deseeded and minced 6 raisins 3 cashew nuts ½ teaspoon mustard seed ½ teaspoon cumin seeds 4 curry leaves 2 teaspoons coconut oil Instructions Related
The Future of Food and Farming: 2030 – a graphic overview of the impact of climate change on agriculture and food security. Adaptation of our crops and farming methods will be key to a sustainable future. Source: Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) Global climate change influences all aspects of our daily lives, and it will for many years to come. To assess all aspects of climate change and its impact and formulate realistic strategies to mitigate these effects, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was founded in 1988. Food security and food production systems The report was developed by the IPCC's three working groups. A key conclusion of the authors is that climate challenge will increase the risk of reduced crop productivity associated with heat and drought stress. To mitigate the effects, they recommend the following crop management adaptations: Planting of mangrove seedlings in Funafala, an islet of Funafuti Atoll, Tuvalu. Olesen, J. Dr.
How will climate change affect food security?
How Climate Change Affects Hunger Climate change is making climate disasters, such as floods and droughts, more frequent and intense, land and water more scarce and difficult to access, and increases in agricultural productivity even harder to achieve. These impacts are increasing the risk of hunger and the breakdown of food systems. Without considerable efforts made to improve people's climate resilience, it has been estimated that the risk of hunger and malnutrition could increase by up to 20 percent by 2050. The Most Vulnerable People At Risk Climate change puts millions of people's lives at risk, and traps poor households in food insecurity and poverty. WFP: Climate Resilience Innovations Working with governments, international partners and local communities, WFP has expertise in developing and delivering large-scale climate resilience innovations. WFP's climate resilience work is closely integrated with the organisation's Disaster Risk Reduction efforts.
Rambling: Daylesford, with Artist as Family
August 24, 2015 | Foraging, Permaculture | 0 Comments | Author: Kirsten Bradley A night in an eco shack followed by a tour of the Daylesford Community Garden in deep winter – the air was frosty, but the company was enough to put the fire in your belly. I’ve always been curious about Daylesford – it’s a pretty town an hour from Melbourne where mineral springs flow out of the ground (serviced by free community pumps), the bespoke eateries are many and the winter is cold. Recently, following the inaugral Deep Winter agrarian un-conference, I got to spend a night in Daylesford in the home and company of Meg, Patrick, Zephyr + Woody + Zero, otherwise known as the Artist as Family crew. Artist as Family are my dream version of myself, a bit. Lucky for all the rest of us, Artist as Family lives like they mean it, and provide a sturdy example of yes, you can. I arrived with Milkwood teacher + good mate Brendan, for a whirlwind garden tour before things got dark and rainy.
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Happy New Year Buzy Beez! Today I have 7 life-changing and healthy (and colorful) Smoothies for you to kick of the year with a major health boost! Be sure to check out the recipes below!SUBSCRIBE: 8 Fruit-Infused Waters: PINK - Aloha Protein Power ½ cup (frozen) strawberries½ cup frozen pineapples½ cup bananas2 tbsp cup rinsed quinoa1 tbsp shredded coconuts¾ cup coconut milk1 scoop greek yogurt1 tbsp mapleIce YELLOW - Vitamin C Monster½ cup mangoes½ banana ½ cup peaches1 scoop greek yogurt1 tbsp chia seed1 tbsp honey 1/4 cup orange juice1/4 cup soy milkIce ORANGE - Anti Inflammatory Smoothie1 carrot1 cup papaya½ cup mango½ banana1 small ginger1 tbsp pumpkin seeds1 scoop greek yogurt½ tsp turmeric3/4 cup orange juiceIce GREEN - Super Energy Charger2 cup kale1/2 Banana ½ cup green apple ½ avocado½ cup pineapple1 handful Parsley1 tbsp walnuts1 ¼ cup coconut waterSqueeze of lemon juiceIce Making things Fun, Pretty, and Delicious!
Dandelion has been used medicinally since ancient times for its various health benefits. However, the most powerful benefit to come out of this common weed is something that medical researchers are super excited to have "discovered" - which is its potential to cure cancer! proverbsthirtyonewoman.blogspot.com This potent root builds up blood and immune system- cures prostate, lung, and other cancers better than chemotherapy. John Di Carlo, who at the time was a 72-year old cancer patient at the hospital, was sent home to live out his final days after all efforts failed to treat his leukemia. Screenshot via YouTube Recent studies have shown that dandelion root extract can work very quickly on cancer cells, as was evidenced in Di Carlo's case. Further studies have concluded that the extract also has anti-cancer benefits for other types of cancer, including breast, colon, prostate, liver, and lung cancer! Dr. Sponsored Sources: Dr.
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5 Non-Marijuana Plants That Also Contain Healing Cannabinoids | Health Nut News
Editor’s note. So many people ask about the CBD oil I use. You can click here to see my video.Cannabis has been used for many years, both recreationally and medically. Cannabinoids produced by plants are known as phytocannabinoids, those produced by the body are known as endocannabinoids. A cannabinoid is a chemical compound that interacts with a large regulatory system in the body. That system is known as the Endocannabinoid System, and it’s responsible for maintaining homeostasis in our bodies. Homeostasis is the perfect internal balance required for optimum health. 5 Non-Marijuana Plants That Also Contain Healing Cannabinoids Liverwort This plant, indigenous to New Zealand, contains large amounts of perrottetinenic acid, which is similar to THC, the psychoactive component in cannabis. Echinacea The Echinacea plant has ability to help the body beat the common cold. Black pepper Electric Daisy Helichrysum umbraculigerum *Article originally appeared at Complete Health and Happiness.
6 Plants Other Than Cannabis That are High in Healing Cannabinoids
By Anna Hunt Cannabis is not the only plant that contains medically beneficial cannabinoids, although it has driven the research to understand the powerful therapeutic properties of these plant compounds. In actuality, there are several plants that are also rich in cannabinoids and benefit the body’s endocannabinoid system, which is responsible for helping the body maintain internal balance, or homeostasis, which is needed for attaining optimum health. To expand our understanding of cannabinoids and the endocannabinoid system, scientists and botanists are exploring the prevalence of cannabinoids in many plants used in natural remedies, other than just cannabis. Below are six plants found to either contain healing cannabinoids or affect the endocannabinoid system, and some of their known therapeutic benefits. 1. This plant is well-known for its ability to help the body fight off the common cold. 2. Native to the Amazon region, the electric daisy is used to create a painkilling gel. 3. 4.
Bring fish sauce to a boil in a medium saucepan and cook until reduced almost by half (it will darken and become pungent), about 5 minutes. Stir in sugar and fit saucepan with thermometer. Cook until thermometer registers 230° (mixture will become thick and dark). Whisk in crab paste and 1 Tbsp. water until smooth. Reduce heat to low; keep warm until ready to dip wings. Fit a large pot with clean thermometer and pour in oil to measure 2”. Meanwhile, whisk flour, baking powder, and 1 cup cornstarch in a medium bowl. Place remaining ½ cup cornstarch in a shallow dish. Working in 3 batches and returning oil to 350° between batches, coat chicken in batter, letting excess drip back into bowl, and fry until skin is golden and chicken is crisp and cooked through, about 5 minutes. DO AHEAD: Caramel sauce can be made 3 days ahead.
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Though they come in all shapes and sizes, dumplings are a near-universal culinary constant: almost every culture has one. So naturally, dumpling recipes are incredibly versatile, coming with a wide array of fillings, wrappers, shapes, and sizes. Chinese dumplings may be the best known: we're a fan of both the steamed dumpling recipes as well as the fried. But there are plenty more to explore, whether it's the empanadas of Argentina or even Italy's ravioli (we're using a loose definition here, folks). From Europe to Asia and beyond, we've rounded up our favorite dumpling recipes from all over the world.
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