Food

Vegetarian Restaurant Review – Global Café, Reading UK

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The Global Café at RISC is a charming and welcoming café that has gained a reputation in Reading both for being child friendly and for offering exceptionally friendly service, something that is wonderful to see in this day and age. Everything about the Global Café has been well thought out, from the pram and wheelchair access to the layout of the tables (which somehow create a more relaxed eating space) to the fair-trade products which they sell in the shop ...

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Packing a Nutritious Waste Free Lunch

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Lunch is one of those meals that is commonly missed, or people often find themselves grabbing whatever they can between work meetings or classes. This usually means that lunch is not the most nutritious meal of the day, and can often be wasteful as well. Trash cans are regularly stocked full of garbage, uneaten food, paper napkins, baggies, foil, juice boxes, plastic straws and a lot more. Luckily, there are plenty of tactics out there for packing a nutritious waste ...

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Organic Beer

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Organic beer is an interesting concept that many people are really not aware of. Everything that is grown or created can be done so organically or naturally, and beer and other spirits are no different. There are a number of natural elements that go into the creation of beer, and all of these natural elements can be grown and harvested without the use of industrial pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and synthetic preservative additives as well. The process is really that much ...

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Cloned Food

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Recently, the FDA deemed milk and meat from cloned livestock to be safe for human consumption. This doesn’t mean that cloned food will be showing up on grocery store shelves right away – it could be months or even years before it does as the FDA has requested that the dairy and meat industries continue a voluntary moratorium on cloned food for a while. In the meantime, questions are swirling around the issue of cloned food.

While the FDA says it ...

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Green Food Benefits, Part 2

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Improved animal welfare

Strict animal welfare conditions are included in organic standards, such as the requirement that animals have free access to fields or outdoor areas; that they have ample natural bedding, such as straw; and plenty of space in indoor areas such that they are able to express their natural behaviour patterns. So you will never find battery hens in organic farming.

All organically reared animals must be fed natural organic feedstuff, and graze on organic pastures such as herb- and ...

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