News for September 2, 2011

News Today includes stories about eggs, Ban BPA, Dwindling Panda Population, Hawksbill Sea Turtles, Runaway Cow, Veg Food Truck Giveaway, VegFest Foods Week, Flexitarian, Juice Up, Government Aids Poultry Industry, Rising Cost of Food, Animal Law Roundup, Vegan Restaurants, Cook Vegan, Vegan Ice Cream Shops, Corn, Vegan California Roll, Money-Saving Smartphone Apps, Foodborne Bacteria, Flavored Milk Wars, 101 Reasons Why I’m a Vegetarian, Fashion’s Night Out, Peebottle Farms, Farming, Being Green, Dirty Coal, Dolphin Slaughter, Elephant Abuse, Chimpanzee Rights, 10% Wool, Microbe Societies, Trusting Your Neighbor, Soda, Insomnia, Sugar, Get Healthier, Eating, Cockfighting, Waste Into Fuel, light lunch, compliments, pets, Coconut Lime Loaf, Chocolate Cupcakes with Avocado-Mint Icing, Daniel Hamermesh, Pasta Prices, Vegetable Soup, Veganize, Organic, Hungry, Lab-Grown Meat, Drawn to Animals, Truck Stop Tigers, Diamonds Not Fur, Rescued Bears, 100mpg AWD Diesel Plug-In Hybrid, Roundup, labor day, and grilling recipes.

Egg industry blind spot

To help deflect criticism from the cholesterol content of their product, the egg industry touts the benefits of two phytonutrients, lutein and zeaxanthin, that have indeed been shown to be beneficial in protecting one’s eyesight against vision threatening conditions such as cataracts and macular degeneration. But how do eggs stack up against plant-based sources?

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CA Senate Votes to Ban BPA In Bottles, Sippy Cups

After failed attempts in past years, the California state Senate approved a bill Tuesday that would ban bisphenol A, commonly known as BPA, from baby bottles and sippy cups for infants and small children.

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China Struggles to Protect Dwindling Panda Population

It was hard not to be entranced by the small ball of black and white fur before me. A cool summer breeze washed over us as I craned my neck, trying to catch another glimpse of this elusive creature before it dived back into the undergrowth.

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Hawksbill Sea Turtles Not Extinct In Eastern Pacific

Scientists have for some time now assumed that the hawksbill sea turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata) was functionally extinct in the eastern tropical Pacific. But after a recent discovery, a group of researchers in Central and South America are saying not so fast.

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Runaway Cow Tracked Down In Germany

A cow named Yvonne whose escape kept a corner of Bavaria on tenterhooks has turned herself in after three months on the run.

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Veg Food Truck Giveaway

This Saturday, The Food Network will be offering 100 free lunches from vegan food truck Seabirds by posting a series of clues on its Twitter account leading hungry fans to the truck’s whereabouts. Seabirds has been competing on the second season of the network’s popular show The Great Food Truck Race, which premiered on August 14. The Food Network will intermittently post hints on Twitter about where to find Seabirds up until 11am Saturday morning, when the final location will be unveiled. The first 100 people to arrive at the secret destination at noon will be rewarded with a free lunch from the truck, which serves dishes like beer-battered avocado tacos, truffled cauliflower, and pineapple fried rice.

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VegFest Foods Week

Bethlehem’s first-ever VegFest isn’t until September 10, but 11 restaurants in the Pennsylvania town are getting an early start by debuting vegan and vegetarian menus for the week prior to the event. Kicking off September 4, VegFest Foods Week will see restaurants like The Melting Pot, Bethlehem Brew Works, 1741 on the Terrace, and others kicking off the festivities by adopting multi-course, fixed-price veg menus for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Additionally, Hotel Bethlehem is offering specialty drinks like cucumber mojitos and carrot-beet martinis in honor of the festival. VegFest will be the first event of its kind for the city, celebrating vegetarian and vegan lifestyles as well as sustainable living.

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Flexitarian Diets Impact Meat

A new report from Euromonitor International shows that the growth in demand for meat slowed considerably between 2005 and 2010, with a less than 14 percent increase in sales. Comparatively, nut and fruit sales have seen a near-20 percent growth, and lentils and chickpeas have also experienced rising popularity. The report, titled “The War on Meat: How Low-Meat and No-Meat Diets are Impacting Consumer Markets,” also detailed that the number of US citizens who identify as vegetarians has grown from one percent in 1971 to 3.4 percent in 2009. Flexitarianism has gained traction in part due to health studies and campaigns like Meatless Mondays. Pat Crocker and Nettie Cronish, authors of Everyday Flexitarian: Recipes for Vegetarians & Meat Lovers Alike, estimate that 30 to 40 percent of North Americans have adopted a flexitarian diet, primarily centered around vegetarian options with the occasional inclusion of meat.

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Juice Up

Craving fresh, flavorful fruit juice? Store-bought bottles pale in comparison to the homemade version, squeezed from ripe fruits and veggies. Fresh juices pack vitamins, minerals, and nutrients. Here’s how to get started juicing up!

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Government Aids Poultry Industry

As demand for chicken meat remains far below the number of birds who are actually being raised and killed, rather than allowing the market to adjust to basic supply and demand principles, the federal government Monday announced it will buy $40 million of unwanted chicken products that will be dumped on our nation’s school kids and others in federal food programs.

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The Rising Cost of Food

Bad weather, rising oil prices, and demographic shifts are causing food prices worldwide to skyrocket, inciting protests, violence, and hunger in nations across the globe. Food prices have reached their highest levels since the United Nations (UN) Food and Agriculture Organization began calculating its food price index in 1990; in the United States, food prices made their largest gain since November of 1974 this past month. Here’s a more in-depth look at what is causing the price hikes and how long these prices will stay.

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Animal Law Roundup

In an ideal world, all animals would not be raised for slaughter, but since 10 billion animals each year are currently raised to be eaten in the US alone, laws need to be set in place that protect those animals from the most egregiously cruel farming practices used today. Factory-farm laws are state-by-state cases that need legislation and a majority of voters to pass the law since one of the few federal laws in place for animals is the Humane Methods of Slaughter Act enacted in 1958, which exempts birds (the majority of animals raised for food). Currently, Washington has a pending ballot to ban battery cages to be voted on in 2011. Here’s a look at laws currently on the books and what’s in store for the future.

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10 Hot New Vegan Restaurants

With more and more people trying out plant-based diets, veg eateries have become the gastronomic stars of the summer. From coast to coast, cruelty-free culinary hot spots have been popping up everywhere in the last few months. Here are 10 newcomers to the vegan restaurant scene worth checking out.

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How to Cook Vegan for Your Family

Vegan chef Ann Gentry is a culinary powerhouse. The founder of Real Food Daily, the wildly popular Los Angeles vegan eatery that is soon to expand into Los Angeles International Airport, and author of The Real Food Daily Cookbook, has recently penned Vegan Family Meals, a beautiful cookbook filled with imaginative recipes perfect for the weeknight dinner table and dinner parties. VegNews sat down with the culinary mogul to find out more about Vegan Family Meals, vegan parenting, and what’s on her dinner table.

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10 Great Vegan Ice Cream Shops

When temperatures are rising, your desire to don a swimsuit and run through a sprinkler (or into a pool) decidedly increases. One addition to the list? Ice cream. Hot on the heels of our July+August issue, which features vegan soft serve and ice cream recipes galore, we went coast-to-coast to round up 10 of the tastiest frozen treat shops.

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Guide to Corn

We can’t think of anything better than freshly grilled corn on the cob at a backyard barbecue or perfectly crunchy corn salad for a summer picnic. While corn is available year-round at your local supermarket, it tastes the best during the summer months and is less expensive than other times of the year. And believe it or not, corn has a ton of great health benefits.

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DIY Vegan California Roll

Sushi may well be the most entertaining type of food. From the ornate presentation, to the pretty bowls and chopsticks, to—oh, yeah—the utterly delicious flavor combinations, this cuisine is any foodie’s favorite. While going out to sushi with friends is always a good time, up the fun factor by hosting a sushi party at home! While there’s pretty much no limit to the variety of fillings that can work wonders in your roll—think sautéed mushrooms, tempura-battered sweet potatoes, roasted red peppers, or chopped artichoke hearts—the California roll is a classic for a reason. These fresh, simple rolls are sure to please everyone in your group, and make a great starting point for your culinary creativity. Just make sure not to go too wild with the wasabi—remember, it’s a flavoring, not a weapon.

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Money-Saving Smartphone Apps

We Americans like our smartphones. A lot. Love ‘em or hate ‘em, iPhones, Blackberrys, and their Andriod-based fellows have found their way into every facet of our lives, from waking us up in the morning to helping us find our way across town to joining us at the dinner table (and at the movies, and in the bathroom…). Smartphones are so essential to many, in fact, that a recent survey found that a third of Americans would rather give up sex for a week than their smartphone for the same seven days. Without getting all inappropriate on you, let’s just say they’re here to stay.

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Don’t Let Foodborne Bacteria Bug Your Dinner

And so why do you care that September is the 17th Annual Food Safety Education Month, with an aggressive information and training campaign targeted directly to food-service workers?

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The Flavored Milk Wars

As a Registered Dietitian (RD) who has dedicated more than 30 years of my work and volunteer life to child nutrition, I’m bewildered by the intensity of efforts to ban flavored milk from schools. Petition drives, community forums, hyperbolic sound bites – really? Is this all about 10 or 12 grams of sugar? I wonder if these confrontational tactics are best the thing for improving children’s nutrition. Might our time be better spent collaborating on a school garden, a salad bar, or a campaign to get more calcium into kids?

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101 Reasons

Years ago, when I was first getting interested in animal issues, I was lucky enough to come upon a pamphlet entitled, “101 Reasons Why I’m a Vegetarian.” It contained a wealth of information regarding the health, environmental, and animal suffering costs of meat, dairy and egg production, most of which I was completely unaware of. Once enlightened, I quickly ordered hundreds of the pamphlets to give to friends and family, and anyone else I could convince to take one, knowing that I could more easily hand them something to read than try to get them to listen to me rant on about my new-found reality.

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Fashion’s Night Out: Brave, Vaute, Cri

Sept 8th is Fashion’s Night Out in New York City. MooShoes will be hosting an event from 6 -10pm featuring Brave GentleMan, Vaute Couture, Cri De Coeur, and NOVACAS. There will be snacks from Blossom, prizes, and benefits! Get a chance to try on some Brave GentleMan Ties and Waiting for the Sun sunglasses, pre-order some shoes, and snap some photos.

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Peebottle Farms: cooped up in the city

Gardening is a gateway drug. Smoking pot didn’t make me want to snort coke and getting a wimpy tattoo never made me crave bigger tattoos, but show me a sage bush and a bunch of sorrel and all I can think about is a chicken coop. Growing vegetables is pretty amazing, but animals who give you stuff is about as thrilling a prospect as I can think of. Because I love animals, I love food, and I really love free stuff.

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Irene’s damage not ‘overrated’ for farmers

With flood waters receding and the Irene clean-up well underway, now’s the time to check in on how farmers fared in the face of this monster storm. The answer is: pretty bad. But it could have been even worse.

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It’s not that easy being green, but many would like to be.

It was a quiet late December day at the National Science Foundation when the call came in. The caller, a high school student from New Hampshire, wanted some help with a science project. When I asked about the project, the answer stunned me, for both for how ambitious the plan the students were proposing, and for how futile and far-fetched I thought it would be: to make a non-photosynthetic organism take up chloroplasts and thus make it photosynthetic. I explained that chloroplasts, the parts of plant cells that evolved from free-living photosynthetic bacteria which allow modern plants to capture energy from the sun, are highly dependent on their host cells, and that it would be unlikely that this experiment would be feasible. Still, I decided to do a little research for them on the topic.

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Cincinnatians Speak Out: “Duke Energy, We’re Sick of Relying on Dirty Coal”

Concerned residents of Cincinnati, young and old, came out to the first of four Public Utilities Commission of Ohio hearings on Duke Energy’s rate plan to testify that they are sick of being held back by Duke’s reliance on dirty coal power. RSVP to the last hearing in Cincinnati on September 9th at 12:30pm at Cincinnati City Hall.

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PETA Rallies Against Dolphin Slaughter

Today, as Japanese fishers began stabbing dolphins with spears and cutting their throats with knives, PETA members, along with members of Earth Island Institute and Ric O’Barry’s Dolphin Project, marked “Dolphin Day” by gathering outside the Japanese Embassy in Washington, D.C., to protest the annual slaughter.

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Fair Serves Up Elephant Abuse With a Stick

As the L.A. County Fair opens this Saturday, notorious elephant-abusing company Have Trunk Will Travel (HTWT) is scheduled to be there, selling rides on elephants. There is still time for people to e-mail L.A. County Fair organizers and ask that they send HTWT packing.

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Novel Makes Case for Chimpanzee Rights

Chimpanzees used in laboratory experiments have been a hot topic this summer, from the film Rise of the Planet of the Apes to the National Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Medicine hearings on the use of chimpanzees for experimentation. Now, Unsaid, a new novel by Neil Abramson, movingly explores the ways in which animals—including a chimpanzee, Cindy, who communicates with sign language—impact the lives of the humans who care for and about them.

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10% Wool Caption Contest Winner

And here’s our favorite caption for this weeks’ “10% Wool” comic contest! We’re in the process of contacting the winner, so be sure to check your inbox!

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What We Eat Shapes Microbe Societies Inside Us

Deep inside your intestines, there’s a complex microbial ecosystem, which scientists say contains nearly a thousand species of bacteria.

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Trusting Your Neighbor Linked To Better Health

Getting friendly with your neighbors has more benefits than being able to borrow a cup of sugar — it could even improve your health. A new study from the University of Missouri found an association between trusting one’s neighbors and better self-reported health. The study was published in the journal Social Science & Medicine.

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Soda: Does It Fizzle Your Health?

Despite fewer super-sized meals, American’s waistlines continue to expand, according to a recent study funded by the National Institutes of Health. According to University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill researchers who conducted the study and examined surveys of daily eating habits over a 30-year period, the number of daily meals and snacks consumed by U.S. adults rose to 4.8 in 2006 from 3.8 in 1977.

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Insomnia Costs America $63 Billion A Year: Study

A new study finds that nearly a quarter of American workers experience some form of insomnia, and the disorder is costing the country billions of dollars in lost productivity.

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10 Sneaky Sugar Culprits

Sugar seems to be inescapable. It isn’t only found where we expect it to be (cookies, candy, cakes), but also in places that surprise us. Regardless of the source, sugar is a beauty buster. Perhaps the biggest.

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Get Healthier In 21 Days: Sign Up HERE!

Have you always wanted to eat healthier, have more energy or maybe kick a habit like coffee, sugar or smoking?

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The Faster You Eat, The Faster You Gain?

Yet another study has found an association between the speed at which we eat and our weight. In this study, published in the Journal of the American Dietetic Association, researchers found that people who ate the quickest were more likely to be obese than slow eaters.

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They SHARE the bounty, and the work

On a Tuesday in mid-August on Hunting Park Avenue in Nicetown, Jeff Campbell, 70, is putting long, thin, flexible hoops in place for a solar greenhouse that volunteers are building. Sajir Hightower, 9, sells okra and onions picked here a few hours ago to Lois Barton, 82, who pays for her purchases with a $5 coupon from a Farmers Market Nutrition program set up for older adults.

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Tough New Texas Cockfighting Law Now In Effect

In Texas, it is now illegal for individuals to attend cockfights, possess birds with the intent to fight, and sell and possess the razor sharp weapons that are designed to increase the bloodletting in cockfights. The Humane Society of the United States, on behalf of its more than 500,000 supporters in Texas, celebrates this measure’s passage and thanks Rep. Wayne Christian, R-District 9, and Sen. Eddie Lucio, D-District 27, for championing HB 1043 through the process.

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Innovative Ways Companies are Turning Waste Into Fuel

Most of us are now aware of the environmental impacts and availability issues surrounding fossil fuels. You are also probably aware of some of the alternatives being developed to address these issues. I recently read two articles that highlighted very different alternatives for generating fuel while diverting waste.

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Keep lunch light for easier weight loss

If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it 4 million times: In the battle of the bulge, calories matter. Now, a new study to be published in the October issue of the journal Appetite shows just how simple cutting calories, without the hunger, can actually be.

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The bully inside: Women who can’t take a compliment

I recently approached a woman in my local gym, admiring her turn at the weight machines. “Wow, you are really strong,” I said. “That’s an awesome amount of weight.” She looked at me blankly. “What’s wrong with it?”

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Roundup kills weeds, but does it harm us?

The world’s most widely used herbicide has been detected in the air and water on some agricultural areas well beyond the times of year when it is applied, suggesting the potential for environmental and health impacts, two studies by the U.S. Geological Survey found.

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Bulletproof

You: Dan, you usually post on Wednesday, but today is Thursday. What gives?

Me: Yeah, I wanted to post yesterday but I was a day behind on my deadlines so I had to work.

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On Pets, Meat, and Me

For me, one of the most challenging aspects of a plant-based lifestyle is not the difficulty of finding food in an airport. Nor is it what to do on holidays. For me, the biggest challenge is feeding my companion animals. My household currently includes three cats and two dogs. They eat meat every day. In addition, I volunteer at a humane society, and I like to bring “high value” treats for the dogs. I work in a program for dogs with special needs, and they sometimes need an extra incentive to walk on a leash for the first time or to be lured back into their kennels. What all of this adds up to is that I am implicated in the deaths of many of the animals commonly referred to as livestock in feeding the animals we have chosen to keep as companions.

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Recipe: Gluten Free Coconut Lime Loaf

Prior to my going vegan, my baking skills left a lot to be desired. While I was happy to experiment with cooking – a dash of this, a splash of that – I was little less free when it came to baked goods. After all, it’s a science, right? And I was pretty useless at science so it made sense that my cupcakes weren’t as fluffy as they could be and my brownies a little lack luster.

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Guide: How to Veganize Some Common, Non-Vegan Recipes

There are two ways to veganize non-vegan recipes: either you buy the vegan counterpart of an ingredient from the store or you make your own. Some of the items below are individual ingredients of certain recipes (such as buttermilk or half and half, which is often a part of a baking recipe). Others are more complete recipes on their own such as the sauces, which only call for one more additional ingredient (2-3 servings of cooked pasta or spiralized zucchini if you want it raw).

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Recipe: Chocolate Cupcakes with Avocado-Mint Icing

Whoa mama! Chocolate and mint pair up to create an amazing flavor sensation in these gluten-free, oil-free, low sugar cupcakes. Avocado is the perfect candidate for the smooth and creamy mint icing that goes on top and the bright green color will be enough for your kids/dinner guests to be intrigued.

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Exclusive Interview: Beauty Pays Author Daniel Hamermesh Explains Why Ugly People Earn Less Than Beautiful People

Daniel S Hamermesh has created a new kind of economics: “pulchrinomics,” the economics of beauty.

In his new book “Beauty Pays” ($24.95, Princeton University Press), Hamermesh, a professor of economics at the University of Texas in Austin, measures the advantages that beauty brings in all aspects of life – as well as the disadvantages facing those who are viewed as being ugly.

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Weather Could Affect Pasta Prices

Consumers are paying more for pasta after heavy spring rain and record flooding prevented planting on more than 1 million acres in one of the nation’s best durum wheat-growing areas.

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What’s Cooking Wednesday: A Commander-in-Chef’s Recipe for Vegetable Soup

he only five-star general ever to be elected President of the United States, Dwight Eisenhower was a man of many accomplishments. That is why it should come as no surprise that Ike was a leader in the kitchen as well.

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When Organic, Sustainable, Fresh and Local Is Not Enough

Many of my clients come to my office already very much aware of the importance of eating fresh, organic, locally-grown food. They are eager to talk about the nutritional value of what they eat and they know to avoid fast food. And that’s a great sign of progress — a generation of research and education has taught Americans that there is an important relationship between our food and our basic health. But while we talk all the time about the content of our food, we tend to neglect an equally important aspect: how we eat it. This, I strongly believe, is one of the missing links between food, body and health.

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Hungry for normal in a terrifying time

Three feet of water from Hurricane Irene flooded into my basement and destroyed decades worth of my husband’s photographs, original music and other irreplaceable personal effects. I’d encountered the same sort of sentimental loss – photographs, artwork and every love letter I’d gotten before the advent of e-mail – in another flood a little over a year ago.

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Will You Eat Lab-Grown Meat?

Brian describes what may be the ultimate happy meat: Lab-grown meat “without the environmental drawbacks. Meat without animal cruelty. Meat without industrial scale cattle ranches, without the vast drain on resources required to raise millions of cows. Meat without the forestland razed for grazing room, without the methane emissions.”

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Why We’re So Drawn to Animals: It’s In Our Brains

Who can pass the window of a pet store without pausing to look at the puppies or parakeets? Researchers at Caltech have found that our brains have individual cells that “fire” specifically when we see an animal — a dog, a spider, a mouse — but not a person, place or object.

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Truck Stop Tiger Ruling Overturned

Activists have been fighting for Tony the Siberian-Bengal tiger who’s been living in a concrete cell as nothing more than an attraction for his owner Michael Sandlin at the Tiger Truck Stop in Gross Tete, La., since 2001.

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Diamonds Not Fur? How About Neither?

The story is that Cleary was modeling for a high-end custom jeweler and was asked to wear a diamond necklace and a fur jacket. Cleary replied that she would wear the diamonds but wouldn’t be seen in fur because she is an animal lover. When she decided to start a fundraiser for animal groups, she decided to call it “Diamonds Not Fur.”

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Who Threw Rescued Bears A Watermelon Picnic?

At the Animals Asia sanctuary in Chengdu, China, hundreds of rescued bears recently enjoyed a scrumptious picnic thanks to volunteer Annie Ditton and her sisters who brought a watermelon for each of the bears. It’s almost inconceivable that bears who spent as many as 18 years locked in cages the size of coffins are now enjoying fresh fruit in a sunny park where they can run and splash and play.

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Finally! A 100mpg AWD Diesel Plug-In Hybrid, But Not for America…

While it created initial excitement, the VW Golf diesel hybrid proved too expensive for production back in 2008. Nevertheless, many greener car advocates have been watching eagerly for the possibility of a car that would combine the efficiencies of a diesel engine with a hybrid drive. Late last year, Mike reported on news that Volvo was planning a plug-in hybrid diesel based on the V60. And now a prototype version of that car is hitting the road. And the early signs are good that it will go into production in the not-too-distant future. The always-entertaining Robert Llewellyn got to take it for a test drive.

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As Roundup Causes Health Problems Around the World, U.S. Researchers Find Glyphosate in Air & Water

Mississippi and Iowa, two big farm states, were recently tested for glyphosate levels in the air and water. Researchers found the key ingredient of Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide in every stream sample tested, Scientific American reports.

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6 Foods You Never Knew You Could Grill

The grill. It’s a summertime staple and, with very little effort, it adds so much to any meal. I love experimenting with it. Here are some of my favorite, and tastiest, experiments, such as fire roasted avocados, grilled frisée salad, and grilled bruschetta. Enjoy!

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Weekday Vegetarian: 12 Recipes for the Grill Just in Time for the Long Weekend

Summer is the time for grilling, and where I live, the Labour Day Weekend is the last of the big barbeque weekends. Lots of people continue to grill throughout the fall of course, but once it gets really cold here in Toronto, it becomes a bit of a challenge. Here are 20 great recipes for the grill for that last hurrah.

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Lab Grown Meat Just 6 Months Away, Scientists Say

It’s long been an electrifying possibility: Red meat without the environmental drawbacks. Meat without animal cruelty. Meat without industrial scale cattle ranches, without the vast drain on resources required to raise millions of cows. Meat without the forestland razed for grazing room, without the methane emissions.

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About James Lucas


James has been a graphic designer for over 18 years and owns Wave Hound Surf Shop. James started Doylestown Movie Fans, who meet once a month to see movies at the County Theater in Doylestown, PA. He and his wife Chris started Bucks County Vegan Supper Club in 2009, whose members meet once a month to have a vegan potluck dinner. They are currently working through the Veganomicon cookbook, which inspires experienced and recent vegans to try new recipes. James is proud to support Farm Sanctuary and The Surfrider Foundation.

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