Cooking with small amounts of meat is a great way to explore flavors and eat more sustainably. As part of our Protein Angst series, here are five recipes that utilize meat as more of a condiment than the main event.
Real Time Farms is a “crowd-sourced online food guide” that tells you exactly where the meal on your plate came from. As crazy as it …
Think marketing companies don't impact your trips to the grocery store? Think again. These easy tips from The Cleaner Plate Club will help you stay focused on shopping for whole, nutritious foods.
After Hurricane Katrina, the only fresh produce within 50 miles of New Orleans came from a tiny Vietnamese refugee community in East New Orleans.
In the unincorporated colonias near the borderlands of New Mexico -- an area known for its poverty and lack of infrastructure -- food activist Rebecca Wiggins-Reinhard is planting gardens and inspiring a new take on food.
On the Rappahannock River off Virginia's Chesapeake Bay, one family business hopes to restore the waterway's ecosystem, one oyster at a time.
In Mozambique, home brewing is big -- not because the country is full of mustachioed, fixie-riding expats from Portlandia, but just because it's less expensive. So when brewing giant SABMiller wanted to figure out how to sell beer to people who are already making their own, they had to do it on the cheap.
Grist is beginning a Lexicon of Sustainability weekly series. Check out these artistically altered images from around the sustainable food world.
Did you resolve to eat fewer processed foods in 2012? Not sure where to start? Once you've made the switch with these basics, you may never go back.
We've devised the world's shortest survey to find out what kind of actions our readers are taking. You know you want to.