The holidays are the perfect time of year to gather with family and friends, have fun, reminisce, make new memories and, of course, enjoy some tasty food. Unfortunately, food waste has become a significant issue during the holidays. Lucky for you, and the environment, we have 5 simple ways you can minimize food waste during […]
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 […]
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?
Welcome to the brand new column on Biofriendly Planet known as the Biofriendly DIY! Here we hope to share our best ‘do-it-yourself’ ideas to help you be more green at home.
This week Noel and Jacob sit down at the table and dig in to the massive issue of global food waste, learn about how lucky Jacob is to still have his fingers after some crazy jobs, and serve up some helpful tips on how you can prevent your food from landing in the trash.
One-third of all food grown for human consumption is wasted. Whether you live alone or with a house full of others, you’re probably no stranger to tossing it out. Fruit and veggies have a limited shelf life, and bread only stays fresh for so long. Throwing it away can be wasteful, though — not to mention […]