Posted on May 11, 2015 by Bob Berwyn
Less meat, more vegetables!
Feds eye update to key food guidelines
FRISCO — Conservation activists say that a recent round of comments and petitioning by the public show growing support for a more sustainable federal dietary guidelines, with a shift toward more plant-based food
At issue is a proposal by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to update those guidelines based on the recommendations of a science committee that recommended the changes. Continue reading
Filed under: climate change, Food, global warming | Tagged: climate change, Environment, food, health, public health, sustainable diet | 3 Comments »
Posted on May 31, 2013 by Bob Berwyn
Yummy food, people watching … what more could you want?
Sorting apples at the market in Brignoles, France.
By Bob Berwyn
FRISCO —Some people seek out museums and statues when they travel, and that’s fine. I’ve been known to visit a museum or three. But if it ever came down to a choice between a museum or wandering through a farmers market, the market would always win out. It’s not just because I love food. Markets are just great places to pick up the vibe of a town and to watch locals go about their business. It’s fun to see who’s going home with asparagus stalks hanging out their handbag, and to watch people sniff stinky cheese, or poke melons to find the ripe one. It’s also good to connect with the people who grow the food you eat. Finally, there’s no better place to stock up with a few good snacks for the next leg of your trip. Today’s photo set is themed for the popular #FriFotos Twitter chat, so upload your own market pics, tag them and join in the fun. I’m looking forward to seeing some pictures of markets that I’ll maybe visit on one of my next trips. Continue reading
Filed under: agriculture, Food, Morning photo, photography, Travel | Tagged: Farmers market, food, FriFotos Twitter, markets, Munich, photography, Travel, Viktualienmarkt. | Leave a comment »