By Andrea Devon Bertoli on April 7, 2014
I was doing some research a few days ago on tempeh, and I found some stuff that was mildly startling: the tempeh that we’re accustomed to in our daily lives is hiding a little secret. I’ve long been a fan of tempeh. You can think of tempeh as tofu’s sexier, healthier cousin. Tempeh is a [...]
By Becky Striepe on April 2, 2014
Fourteen-year-old Suvir Mirchandani’s science project could save the U.S. federal government around $400 million in printing costs annually. The best part? Those savings represent using fewer resources. They wouldn’t have to print less or cut back in any way. All they’d have to do is begin using Garamond – a font that’s included for free on basically any computer.
By Andrea Devon Bertoli on March 31, 2014
I love baking: making your house smell like home, creating edible art and enjoying the simple pleasure of homemade cakes, cookies and breads. But if you are worried about baking for dairy-free or vegan friends or working to make some healthy changes in your diet, fear not. Vegan baking is not only healthier, cheaper and [...]
By Becky Striepe on March 28, 2014
Earth Hour takes a lot of flack for not going far enough, but one study actually measured the impact of Earth Hour, and it’s pretty interesting!
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