Here’s just a few things that might be interesting to you.
First, here is a very informative video about sprouting from The Renegade Health Show. I’ve been wanting to grow my own sprouts for a long time, and they make it look so easy I feel silly for not having done it sooner!
Second, photographer Peter Menzel has documented the kitchens of typical families from all over the world. It’s amazing to view the differences – the SAD of a North Carolinian family, the many fruits and veggies of a Mexican family, etc. I love peeking into the cupboards of other cultures.
Are there any Vegetarian Times readers here? I know, I know, VegNews is the vegan periodical of choice, VT also offers a number of vegan dishes in their pages. If you want to read some vintage issues, you can browse entire issues from the ’80s to 2004 on Google Books.
Feel like getting a little pissed off? Here’s an example of what goes on behind the closed doors of major food companies. I wish I could grow my own food.
…and… I was very limited on food so when I decided to make dinner I just threw what I did have together. I made chapati, then made some soba noodles and topped them with sauteed garlic, onion, spinach, shredded carrot, and topped it with a drizzle of sesame oil, dried chives, chopped carrot chunks, and toasted sesame seeds. I’m also working on a curried beanball recipe which you see there, and as soon as I perfect it I’ll post the recipe on this blog.
EDIT: For some reason the YouTube video didn’t work, so I reposted it. Sorry for the error!