Yesterday Bob, Jeremy and I explored the territory behind our neighborhood in what is left of the Kumasi Forest Preserve. The area is divided by a concrete ditch flowing with dirty water. The ditch is at least 30 feet across and probably 15 to 20 feet deep. The sides are steep concrete inlaid with large rocks. […]
Another Vegan meal of twigs and berries. This time, in honor of Christmas and shared with Jason and Haruka: Roasted tofurky and root vegetables, mashed potatoes, golden gravy and the ubiquitous greens. This time of year we eat greens at every meal.
Poor Little Vegetarians! Here’s what we had to eat tonight: twigs and berries. Jason and Haruka’s incredibly sweet and nutty Koshihikari rice, freshly harvested greens with radicchio from Matt and Jenn’s Dickinson College Farm, pan-fried quorm “chicken” patties topped with Mae Ploy sweet chili sauce. The only things keeping this meal from being vegan is […]
I’ve been happily making the smaller ecological footprint of a vegetarian lifestyle for about ten years now and it was only a matter of time before I felt inspired to shrink that footprint further. I’ve received many little nudges over the years, from Woody Harrelson’s 2003 movie, “Go Further” to recently released “Forks over Knives.” […]
Bob and I once swore we would never live in a place where breadfruit didn’t grow. We kept good to this promise for eight years and then re-entered the world of winter. A place where breadfruit doesn’t grow. A place where 99% of the population has no idea what breadfruit even is. But, as I […]