Our food system is moving in two different directions. The only wrong place to be is in the middle.
Stop snickering. Yes, “pea milk” is ripe for unappetizing puns. But the beverage, which hit the market earlier this year, sets a new standard for sustainability in the milk aisle.
If you’re giving up dairy because you’re lactose intolerant in a major way, have decided to go Paleo, want to get rid of your bloated belly or acne, or are doing it for the animals, itR
Vegan milk makes some of the tastiest things in the world possible: cereal, lattes, and vegan ice cream—to name just a few—so it’s no wonder that the plant-based milk industry is booming.
When you’re on a diet, the typical grocery list can be—how do I put this?—totally boring. Which may seem like a necessary sacrifice when weight loss is the goal.
Milk from peas! Ripple Foods is making milk from yellow split peas, and the process requires less water than dairy, almond, cashew or coconut milk.
Whether you’re feeding your own student athlete or it’s your week to bring the team snack, it’s important to remember that kid athletes have some extra nutritional needs above your a