DAY 97 - Three more days. The Mission 100-Mile Challenge ends Monday at the stroke of midnight. Theres something about an approaching deadline that slows down time--the pleasures of the moment fade into the background and the finish line grabs all your attention. I miss the challenge already, but at the same time, I wont deny Im ready for a locally brewed beer (with forbidden barley) with friends at a restaurant.
Does It Matter If A Locally Caught Fish Is Processed Elsewhere?
The "100 Mile Diet" authors give tips on how to eat local for less. Also see 6 Steps to Mastering the Farmers' Market
Needed: A Recipe for a 100 Mile Birthday Cake with No Nuts and Little Egg. Can You Help?
When we think about global trade, we cant separate it from global consequences.
The Importance of Getting Back in Touch with my Food
Finding locally grown grain was one of the biggest struggles we faced in our 100-mile year.
I am absolutely overwhelmed by the portion size of restaurant meals - and I've started wondering how significant the consequences are in terms of sustainability
Local Eating for Local Change No. 3 - By The Authors of The 100-Mile Diet Book "Plenty"