Introducing my favorite quinoa salad! I’ve published more than a few quinoa salads over the years and I genuinely love all of them, but this recipe is officially my favorite.
This quinoa salad is refreshing, crisp and delicious. It’s made … Read the rest
Last week, I mentioned that I sometimes struggle with the recipes or kitchen processes that are most intuitive. I guess the exception to this would be pasta, which I nearly always make without a firm agenda in mind. Even the pasta recipes that I end up blogging about are … Read the rest
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When oil prices drop, as they have in recent years, recycling profits plummet. In most countries, it’s cheaper to simply make new petroleum-based … Read the rest
Our planet has never been warmer than it was last month, according to data released by NASA on Tuesday.
Yes, you’ve heard some version of that story before, and you’re sure to hear it again and again in the coming years, but this time, it’s a bit freaky.
The news … Read the rest
This story was originally published by High Country News and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration.
Weather historian Christopher Burt had been closely tracking the blazing temperatures in Death Valley, California, this summer. The days were hot, but what was especially notable to him was that … Read the rest
“I hope you live a life you’re proud of. If you find that you are not, I hope you have the strength to start all over again.” ~F. Scott Fitzgerald
Not too long ago, I had the worst week of my life.
Let me give you some background. Just over … Read the rest
I’m still giggling about the time I shared a green smoothie on Snapchat and one of my good guy friends told me it completely disgusting. That’s what good friends are for, right? I laughed because I was nine-percent confident that he would have loved it if he had actually tried … Read the rest
“We are used to thinking of thinking as a good thing, as that which makes us human. It can be quite a revelation to discover that so much of our thinking appears to be boring, repetitive, and pointless while keeping us isolated and cut off from the feelings of connection … Read the rest
Two bottlenose dolphins will soon be free from their concrete tank in the Six Flags Mexico amusement park — never again forced to give “kisses” or perform tricks for shouting crowds.
On Tuesday, the Legislative Assembly of Mexico City passed a transformative bill outlawing dolphins in captivity for purposes of … Read the rest