How Government Cover-Up on Fish Farming Affects Your Health For related articles and more information, please visit OCA's Health Issues page and our Food Safety Research Center page. Many environmental experts have warned about the unsustainability of fish farms for a decade now, and we have documented those objections in many previous articles. Unfortunately nothing has yet been done to improve the system. As usual, government agencies and environmental organizations around the world turned a blind eye to what was predicted to become an absolute disaster, and now the ramifications can be seen across the globe, including in British Columbia, Canada. Salmon Confidential is a fascinating documentary that draws back the curtain to reveal how the Canadian government is covering up the cause behind British Columbia's rapidly dwindling wild salmon population.
Half Baked Harvest - Made with Love Oh um hi, I’m Tieghan and I’ve taken loving fall to a whole new level. No Seriously, I think I have an issue. I just realized that all of my recipe ideas for the next two months are SO fall-like that you guys might actually start to get annoyed with me. AND I have so many recipes I want to share with you that I wish I could post like two times a day. Yotam Ottolenghi's recipes for lockdown After the first few minutes of boiling, spaghetti are just stringy strands that you really wouldn’t want to eat. But at about the seven-minute mark, things start to change: the strands begin to yield and soften, before, eventually, they give in and give way, ready to be sauced up and spruced up. The past few months have felt a bit like this, too, as the world was thrown into hot water and told to change its form. We may not have reached that seven-minute mark quite just yet, but our ability to adapt and acclimatise gives me hope that we soon will. For now, though, the kitchen is our safe space, even if the question “What do I want for dinner?”
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Modern Iranian aka Persian Food & Culture Blog – Cuisine, Recipes, Stories , Photos, Pictures, DIY tutorials Amoo & dokhtar amoo | Kermanshah, Iran 2014 During my epic trip to Iran last year, I mostly stayed in Tehran, the cosmopolitan capital of the country and the city of my childhood, but luckily I got to make several memorable short forays into a few other cities as well: I visited Esfehan (nesfe jahan) with my fabulous Khaleh Farzie; went to Yazd with Haleh, my dear childhood/family friend; visited my vivacious aunt in Shiraz; went to the holy city of Ghom with my uncle; took a short and sweet road trip jaunt to the Caspian sea with good friends where we stayed in a beautiful villa and explored the amazing wonders of the Babolsar food market; and near the end of this truly epic and sentimental journey to my homeland, I also went and visited my father’s side of the family in Kermanshah. The statue of Hercules in Bisotun, 480 BC and discovered in 1957.
Lockdown larder: a feast of quick and easy cake and cookie recipes Anna Jones’ vegan chocolate fudge cake – and a butter-free chocolate loaf This plant-based chocolate fudge cake uses coconut oil as an alternative to butter, for a decadent moist crumb and gooey icing. It needs no creaming or sifting and defies vegan cakes’ reputation for being complicated and/or inferior. A collection of vegan recipes A collection of vegan recipes Vegan Recipe Collection Hi there, my name is Paula. I post vegan recipes here for inspiration... Home Archive Random Ask me anything Theme One Green Planet vegan vegetarian recipe palak spinach pakora Dec 25 2015 - 46 notes - Source: onegreenplanet.org
work+life fit, inc. What an exciting week! It was an honor to participate in the #DoingItAll series on the TODAY Show in support of Maria Shriver’s important, groundbreaking, The Shriver Report: A Woman’s Nation Pushes Back from the Brink. Many of you have asked for links to the segments and key takeaways…so here you go! Tuesday: Two Amazing Women #DoingItAll First, on Tuesday, I worked with two truly remarkable women who epitomize what it means to “do it all.” Both of these women approach the challenges in their lives with courage, persistence, optimism and humor.
Cheesy Cauliflower Biscuits Think back on the days of the restaurant bread basket—endless amounts of bread with butter or olive oil delivered to your table as soon as you sat down. I have to admit; I miss the days of free biscuits, bread sticks, hushpuppies, and all other carb-heavy appetizers. Luckily for our health though, many restaurants have nixed the basket of bread entirely, or have it as an option. In a quest to create a healthier biscuit for my pre-dinner snack, I found a perfectly portioned bite that is entirely gluten-free and less than 25 calories per biscuit. They might be small, but these little cheesy cauliflower biscuits bring a burst of garlicky-cheddar flavor every time you pop them in your mouth. You can serve them as your “bread basket” before dinner or on a platter for a fun appetizer.
Homemade Labneh You may be wondering why on earth you would want to make your own Labneh at home. Well, I’m glad you asked! Allow me to enlighten you: 1- It is delicious 2- It is STUPIDLY easy