In response to a VT story, "Can Dogs and Cats Go Vegetarian?"
One of the greenest things you can do in your kitchen is to invest in good-quality cookware and tools and then maintain them with care so that they last a long time. Here’s how to keep your cooking equipment sparkling clean and in tip-top condition—without using harsh chemicals.
Even as more and more companies add botanical beauty-boosters to their products, some still rely on animal-sourced ingredients, as well as chemicals that could mess with your health while wrecking the environment. Here's how to scan labels for questionable ingredients.
While it may not sound too appealing, the ugly fruit movement is flourishing in Europe. The trend can’t catch on soon enough here in the States. Here's what it's all about—and how you can embrace it at the supermarket and local farmers' market.
We're pretty proud over here at VT headquarters: our September 2014 article "The Gleaners" was just nominated for a Nook Readers' Choice Newsstand Award. Not sure what gleaning is? Read the story here to learn more about this food-waste-fighting movement—then vote for us!