Archive for November, 2011

Eco-friendly Christmas decorations: Attachment

I love decorating my Christmas tree, and chances are, you do, too. But what’s even better than making sure it’s eco-friendly, too?

Four last minute Thanksgiving salads: Attachment

Everything is prepped and ready to go: the turkey, the gravy, the cranberry sauce, and all of the sides. But something is missing; something fresh, green and crisp. That’s right, a salad.

Winter camping 101: Attachment

I’ll be honest. No matter how “green” I am, I don’t like camping. I don’t like being immersed in the woods, and one with nature. But for some reason, some folks do.

Easy entertaining with The Vegan Table: Attachment

Hosting parties are loads of fun, gathering friends and family together for a night of dinner and drinks, celebrations, or casual game nights. Unfortunately, plant-based cuisine isn’t always the menu of choice when choosing what to serve for your guests to enjoy.

3 vegan Thanksgiving and fall-inspired desserts: Attachment

Oooh, yeah. Thanksgiving is around the corner and you know what that means? Giving thanks. For lots of delicious food. But don’t worry, veggie-eaters. We’ve got you covered.

Global warming causes animals to shrink: Attachment

Though it isn’t certain, many of the world’s organisms seem to shrink due to global warming. A new study provides more insight.

29 (other) uses for salt: Attachment

Yes, we know it can season our foods, but salt is so much more than just a flavor enhancer. Here are our favorite ways to use the crystal – and why you should, too.

Avoiding sun could lead to vitamin D deficiency: Attachment

Even though we all are aware that we need vitamin D, and the best place to get it is from the sun, we’re also told over and over to avoid sun exposure.

Is living alone bad for the environment?: Attachment

I read a report the other day outlining the reasons why living alone is bad for the environment. As someone who lives alone, did it make me rethink my current living situation? Simply put: no.