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Vitamin D Deficiency & The Scoop On Supplements; Make Passover Seder More Sustainable; Science Improving Fruit Skins

People Popping Vitamin D: the NY Times Has The Scoop On Supplements Do you ever ask yourself if you should be taking vitamins? “Though scientists recognize that there are 13 vitamins that are essential for good health, there is no … Read More

Food Policy Keeps Up; Washington DC Food Tank Summit Inspires; NYC Bodegas Protest; EPA Reports Smudged; Biodiversity Improves Standards

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Civil Eats Describes Food Policy Today “With policy changes taking place at breakneck speed in Washington, there is no certainty with respect to laws that have made the U.S. food system safer, healthier, and more sustainable. The only certainty is that … Read More

December 9: Nutrition Education Network’s Food Waste and Policy Panel

WHO: First, join a panel of policy experts for lively conversation about federal, state, and NYC food waste initiatives: Jennifer Noll Folliard MPH, RDN Director, USDA Legislation and Policy Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Julia McCarthy, JD Policy Analyst Laurie … Read More

Thanksgiving Holiday

This photo is from earlier in the week when we were all getting started! Thank you to everyone for all your help!

Healing Squash Soup with Miso and Ginger

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Print Healing Squash Soup with Miso and Ginger Author: Bhavani Jaroff Recipe type: Vegan, Gluten-free   Ingredients 16 cups water 1 butternut squash (8 cups cubed) ¼ cup minced garlic ¼ cup minced ginger 1 organic onions, chopped ¾ cup red miso … Read More

Take Action: Say No More to McAntiobiotics; Stop the Pilgrim Pipeline Project Between NY and NJ; Stop the Spectra AIM Pipeline!

Say No More to McAntiobiotics! Many health professionals and experts would agree that antibiotics have revolutionized modern medicine since they were first discovered in 1928. Yet there are many more experts, human rights and social justice activists included, who are feverishly advocating against the overuse (and misuse) of … Read More

iEat Green Supports the Slow Food Movement and Interviews Filmmaker Costa Boutsikaris about “Inhabit”

Hi All, This month, Slow Food USA is launching their annual membership drive, encouraging everyone who is interested in the Slow Food movement, to come on board and help support the important work that Slow Food USA does. I remember … Read More

Recipe: Quinoa Fusilli with Mizuna and Arugula

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Print Quinoa Fusilli with Mizuna and Arugula Author: Bhavani Jaroff Recipe type: Vegan Serves: 4-6   Ingredients 1 packages of Quinoa Fusilli 3 cups Mizuna Greens, chopped 3 cups Arugula, chopped 1 onion 10 sundried tomatoes, cut into thin strips ¼ cup olive … Read More


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