You completely change your lifestyle on your zero-waste journey but those around you don’t seem to care. Why not simply throw in the paper towel?
Updated 06/22/17 Perhaps you’ve taken the Plastic Free July challenge. You’ve banned plastic wrap in your home, started carrying your reusable water bottle everywhere and maybe you’ve started making your own granola. You feel very excited about your progress (as you should)! Then your friends and family criticize you and burst your bubble. Sound familiar? “You don’t […]
My local papers, the Palo Alto Weekly and the Mountain View Voice, featured a story about my zero-waste kitchen this past weekend in print and online. I didn’t realize I would be on the cover of the weekend section of the Voice. What a nice surprise! If you would like to read the article, click […]
I teach in-person workshops and online webinars, mostly on fermentation, and I need to create some new marketing materials to get the word out. How do you like this tagline? I have no formal training in food preparation™
Sometimes checking Twitter compulsively pays off. Last Friday, while checking my feed yet again, I noticed a tweet from Michael Pollan with information on a limited number of tickets for the last Edible Education 101 lecture at UC Berkeley, organized by The Edible Schoolyard Project. Michael Pollan and Mark Bittman would discuss the future of the food […]