Sustainable Eating: From Bunnies to Black-Eyed Peas

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Sustainable Eating: From Bunnies to Black-Eyed Peas

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Bryant Terry

Thursday, June 21, 2012 - 7:40pm

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When you think about living sustainably, what comes to mind first? Driving less, recycling, avoiding plastics? For this week’s guests on Sea Change Radio, sustainable eating is what tops their list. First, we hear from Novella Carpenter, who recently co-authored a how-to on urban farming. Carpenter explains how she came to this topic and why raising rabbits might be a practical way to have a meat-rich but sustainable diet. After that, host Alex Wise talks to Bryant Terry, chef, author and food justice activist, who is as passionate about social justice as he is about great-tasting food. Whether it’s farming in your own back yard or making vegan food that is no less satisfying or flavorful than a meat-lover’s feast, what these guests have to say will give you a practical guide for how to eat in a way that’s healthy for both the body and the planet.

Keywords: Environment | Health & Healthcare | Responsible Production & Consumption | alex wise | bryant terry | rabbits | sea change radio | social justice | urban farming | vegan

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