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RAGS & RICHES: The culture shock of food waste vs. resource reclamation

Reverse culture shock can be more challenging to deal with than culture shock itself. That shock is amplified depending how different the place you’re travelling to is […] Continue reading at The Mindful Word journal of engaged living [htt...
by The Mindful Word on Aug 31, 2016

Eating Healthy on a Tight Budget

Grocery shopping on a budget can be a challenge. Here are some tips from Build a Menu to keep your grocery budget under control while still eating healthy.
by Hunter Happenings on Mar 13, 2015

Stop Wasting Food!

A few days ago I wrote Haunted by an Image of Pizza, a post about the huge mounds of half-eaten pizza I saw in dumpster behind a restaurant. I’ve always believed that food was sacred, and that it was a sin to waste anything edible. I despise food f...
by Bertram's Blog on Oct 18, 2013

Haunted by an Image of Pizza

I saw something unsettling the other day that I can’t get out of my mind. A homeless man was standing at a dumpster behind a pizza place, feasting on discarded slices. That wasn’t the unsettling thing since it seemed oddly normal — we huma...
by Bertram's Blog on Oct 14, 2013

Save our Planet by Principle of Think.Eat.Save!

I am an engineer currently working and living on the grounds of a cement plant in Kupang, Indonesia. Kupang has opened my eyes.  I have seen a lot of poor people who cannot… Read More →...
by Indonesian Backpacker on Feb 26, 2013

hurrah, I can start sticking all sorts in the freezer!!

At last! Someone (official) is starting to talk sense about how long we can store food for. I grew up in a household where anything that smelt alright and looked alright was deemed alright. But some of the sell-by dates and instructions on packaging...
by MotherWifeMe on Feb 10, 2012


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