It takes 2,500 gallons of water to produce on pound of beef. This is due to the corn and feed that must be grown to grow a cow through it’s lifetime. So next time you eat a hamburger, remember that it is equivalent to taking 25 showers (625 gallons of water). Most people eating a standard American diet eat twice this amount of meat every day. The water wastage and amount of crop area needed to grow this kind of animal feed is mind boggling.
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This documentary about the world’s oceans details exactly why it is irresponsible for people to be eating fish. Our oceans are on the verge of becoming void of fish populations and filled with bacteria and the increasing populations of jellyfish that eat bacteria. Watch this […]
I found this one-off wooden chair at the goodwill store for $7. The pot is made of plastic and has a good sized lip on it. I chose plastic so the weight of the pot with all the dirt in it wouldn’t break the chair. My husband cut a hole in the seat. Easy peasy.
It is very possible that any non organic food you eat has neonicotinoids, a systematic poison, in every cell of the plant. Animals you eat who are fed with non organic feed may have accumulated amounts of this poison in their bodies. The water that we […]
Have you seen this rooster collar? I’m thinking it is an easily replicated, a little sewing project. We have a flock of ladies, but because of the city code, we haven’t been able to get a rooster. The code states that “crowing roosters” cannot be kept on lot sizes under a certain number of acres. BUT, you can have a non-crowing quiet rooster!
Browsing the fall decor at my local craft store while on an errand to buy some fabric I felt incredibly depressed by the idea of buying expensive plastic plants to make my house feel more like fall. This year the importance of decorating the seasons […]