Ever purchased a high-quality piece of grass-fed beef, wild-caught salmon, or pasture-raised chicken to cook for dinner, only to have it come out less delicious than you hoped? When you’re working with high-quality meats and seafood, a few extra minutes or a couple of degrees can make all the difference; they require some additional expertise ...
Tucked in the valleys of the Andes, the air is crisp and invigorating. Nourished by bracing glacial waters, vibrant green grass grows waist-high all year round. The landscape is unspoiled and spellbinding. It’s here in Patagonia, Chile, that the beef industry remains connected to the mindful ways of the past.
Pet parents know how quickly hypoallergenic shampoo, eco-friendly toys, and tasty treats become non-negotiable necessities in the quest to keep your four-legged friend happy and healthy. But being a responsible owner doesn’t stop there. Today, we’re sharing one more step you can take to make an even bigger impact on the wellbeing of all animals: ...
Between packed feedlots, rampant pesticide use, and soil erosion, there’s a lot to be concerned about when it comes to the future of farming—and feeding ourselves and the generations to follow. One promising way forward is regenerative agriculture, an approach that protects and intentionally enhances natural resources and farming communities. It’s a holistic method of ...
From one-night-only tasting menus to bone broth recipes in your favorite food magazines, nose-to-tail cooking has become more mainstream in recent years. It might seem popular now, but this time-honored food philosophy has always been more about sustainability than trendsetting.
When vegetables go limp in the crisper drawer, they’re often tossed into the bottom of a plastic garbage bag. It might not seem like a big deal in your own kitchen, but statistics from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency tell a different story: Americans waste 133 billion pounds of food each year! That means 40 ...
You’ve heard it from us before: when it comes to claims made on the packages of the food we eat, we can’t always believe what we see.
Around the halls and water coolers of the United States Department of Agriculture, the buzz these days is all about labels.
Meet Jason Burke, the founder and CEO of New Primal.
Brain food: Yep, it exists, and for growing kids whose minds are developing at a rapid rate, it’s a necessity. Omega-3 fatty acids, whole grains, and B vitamins are high on the list of foods that help build memory and cognitive performance.
Converting to a Paleo or primal lifestyle means, among other things, you’ll be spending a lot more time cooking. To really be sure you’re getting the best, wholesome meals, it’s best to make them yourself.
In this installment of the Thrive Questionnaire, we’re hearing from artist and filmmaker Max Lugavere.
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