Almond milk: quite good for you – very bad for the planet


#AceFoodNews – Oct.22: Sales of the non-dairy milk alternative are on the rise. But the super-healthy nuts – mostly grown in drought-hit California – need millions of litres of water to be produced. Think twice before you pour it on your cereal http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/shortcuts/2015/oct/21/almond-milk-quite-good-for-you-very-bad-for-the-planet

http://permacooking.com/2015/10/22/almond-milk-quite-good-for-you-very-bad-for-the-planet/

THE MOST SUSTAINABLE WAY TO RAISE SEAFOOD MIGHT BE ON LAND


#AceFoodNews – Oct.15: Americans eat about 4 billion pounds of seafood a year, but many of us don’t know where our fish or shellfish come from—or even what we’re eating. (Seafood is sometimes intentionally mislabeled.) Karlanea Brown’s family-run shrimp farm, in landlocked Indiana, offers a cheaper, sustainable, and more transparent approach. http://www.popsci.com/shrimp-farm-indiana-future-seafood-production

http://permacooking.com/2015/10/14/the-most-sustainable-way-to-raise-seafood-might-be-on-land/