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Mysterious Morels

Morels love darkness and destruction and are prized by culinary artists for their inimitable flavor.

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California Almonds & Climate Change

 

It takes a gallon of water to produce a single almond and in California's arid Central Valley, where 80 percent of the world's almonds are grown, that gallon is increasingly precious. 

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Trimming The American Waste

Reports published by the National Consumers League finds that, while worldwide, a quarter to a third of all food goes to waste, in America, the figures are even more shocking: roughly 40 percent or about 35 million tons of food remains uneaten, and the numbers are trending upwards.

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Walking (Lightly) On Water

 

Did you ever consider your Water Footprint? That’s the term used to describe all the water you use throughout the day, including all the water used to grow the foods you eat and make the tools you use. Similarly, the water footprint of a country is based largely on what its people eat. An impossible estimation? Not really. 

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