Eat Local

States have different rules for what can be sold at farmers markets, and some states have no rules at all.
1. Stop Eating (or Eat Less) Meat The single most effective action you can take to combat climate change is to stop eating
Fine cuisine is alive and well in the school lunchrooms of France. The menu includes lamb tajine, veal, crêpes, organic veggies, pâté and organic bread. Oh, yes -- and a cheese course.
The diet of the modern-day "locavore" isn't a new concept, though the word only recently came about. Before society got carried away with all its glittering supermarkets and high-yielding factory farms, food was produced locally and eaten locally, with a few exceptions.
Meng's personal favorite recipe? "Chocolate chip cookies are something most people take for granted and assume can't really
Tran introduced San Francisco to one of her favorite things to eat using fresh California ingredients and Tran family recipes.
Maybe this year you'll make a side using local ingredients, and next year you'll forgo the frozen turkey for a fresh main course option, maybe even seafood as the pilgrims would have done.
Only 8 percent of food grown in Hawaii is consumed here. Why are we paying the rest of the world to feed us when we could do it ourselves?
Do we have to accept that no matter what we do or how hard we try to make the world a better place, we will still be hurting society and the planet? Absolutely not!