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iEat Green Wishes You All A Thanksgiving Filled With Love and Gratitude

Hi Everybody, Even though I don’t have a show this Thursday, because of Thanksgiving, I wanted to still reach out and wish you all a very happy and joyful Thanksgiving and share with you some photos from Tuesday’s “Thanksgiving for … Read More

Take Action: Volunteer for an Organization You Are Passionate About; Speak Out Against Fracking and the Keystone Pipeline

Use some of the below links to donate or volunteer during this holiday season with an organization you feel connected to, or want to know more about. The River Fund NY- The River Fund’s mission “to feed and empower those we serve … Read More

iEat Green: An Interview with Joanna Macy

I came out of this mornings interview with my heart wide open and with a feeling of hope and optimism. Joanna Macy is an eco-philosopher, a scholar of Buddhism and an activist. She weaves together her scholarship and leadership in … Read More

In the News: Know More About Your Meat, Our Right to Know About GMO

Recently, Food Tank published a quick guide, “Rethinking Industrial Animal Production,” detailing the significant and far reaching consequences of a food system dominated by industrial animal production. Food Tank:  The Food Think Tank, envisions building a global community for safe, … Read More

Recipe: Stuffed Heirloom Pumpkin

Print Recipe: Stuffed Heirloom Pumpkin Author: Bhavani Recipe type: vegan Cuisine: American   Ingredients 1 Large Round Organic Pumpkin 1 ½ lbs seitan, homemade or store bought (white wave or Ray’s brands are good), cut into chunks 1 onion, chopped 4 carrots, cut … Read More

iEat Green Prepares for the 20th Annual Thanksgiving Feast for the Homeless, and Interviews Joanna Macy, Author, Activist and Founder of the Work that Reconnects

Hi Everybody, I am busy at work putting together all of the details that goes into collecting, shopping and cooking for the needy. The only thing missing are all of the volunteers needed to make it happen. Each year, I … Read More

In the News: New Science Says a Healthier Diet is Best for the Climate, US and China Shake Hands on Climate Deal, US Leads the World on Wind Energy Production

Dietary Habits and Food Choices Impact Climate Using about 50 years’ worth of data from the world’s 100 most populous countries, University of Minnesota Professor of Ecology G. David Tilman and graduate student Michael Clark show how current diet trends … Read More

Take Action: Call Cuomo to Ban Fracking, Is McDonald’s Secret Ingredient Deforestation?, Say NO to GMO Salmon in the US

Ban Fracking Now – Call In Day On Wednesday, November 19th, New Yorkers Against Fracking will be having a Call-In-Day of Action, asking Cuomo to stand up for the health of New Yorkers. Can you call Governor Cuomo and ask … Read More

iEat Green: An Interview with William Powers

Hi All, This Thursday, on PRN, I had a great conversation with William Powers, the author of the just released book, New Slow City, and a specialist in examining the American culture of speed and its alternatives. In his book, … Read More

Recipe: Apple Ginger Streudel

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Print Recipe: Apple Strudel Author: Bhavani Jaroff Recipe type: dessert Cuisine: Austrian-American   Ingredients FILLING for two strudels Approx. 10-12 organic apples, peeled, cored and sliced thin 1 lemon ¼ cup honey 1 ½ t. cinnamon ½ t. cardamom ½ cup candied ginger, … Read More


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