Yearly holidays are fun landmarks that give us small breaks and excitement throughout the year. Most people will have a short celebration for holidays, but there are ways to mark the days and give yourself a proper break. However, some people see the celebration and a day of relaxation as an excuse to do whatever […]
This week we happily welcome cookbook author, internet personality, YouTuber and vegetarian chef, Jerry James Stone to The Biofriendly Podcast. As Jerry James Stone teaches us about food storage, minimizing food waste and his most recent project called Spooniverse Comics for kids, Noel learns that he might hear a big ‘told you so’ when he gets home, Jacob tries to eat everything, and we uncover the secret about how Google Translate began.
Happy holidays. I mean that more than ever. This year is basically an extreme sport, and we all deserve participation trophies for making it this far. Not kidding! The holidays are challenging almost any year, and for 2020, even more so. The time usually spent running around buying gifts, attending holiday parties, and fulfilling family […]
You might be surprised to learn of the botanical banquet in your own backyard when it comes to foraging food! This week we are joined by Karen Stephenson, author of the Foraging Cookbook, here to teach Noel and Jacob about the widely available feast of nutritious and delicious food growing under our feet.
When you hear the term ‘murder hornets,’ it feels just like another bit of nightmare fuel. But this week Noel and Jacob figure out why the Asian Giant Hornet is getting such a bad rap, whether they in fact traveled to North America on Vespas, and are wasps protecting cheese farms?
This week The Biofriendly Podcast returns to its roots as we tangentially make our way into the topic of Upcycling Food, what new meals can be made from food scraps, does Jacob have a mosquito stalker, and did Noel lose his kitchen during the show?
One of the best ways to help the environment is to constantly look for ways to be more green. Even small adjustments can potentially inspire others and make a big difference. A simple place to start is growing your own food. Even if you don’t have room for a large, outdoor garden, an indoor herb […]
Image by charmar/creative commons Believe it or not, the work week has come to an end yet again. But before you head out for the weekend, and whatever activities you and your family have planned, I wanted to share a few of the green and environmental articles that came across my plate this last week. […]
Image by timsnell Since we’re already hot and heavy into the holiday season, not everyone may be paying as much attention to the impact they are having on the environment as they were before the holidays started. There are chores to do, errands to run, gifts to buy, parties to plan, etc. But please remember,”being […]