Smart choices… Lasting Impact. Whether it’s a matter of making small ingredient swaps to help you feel better every day or if you’ve committed to incorporating more organic or sustainably-produced ingredients in your diet, we’ll provide tips, hacks, and recipe ideas that will have a lasting health benefit for you, your family, and the planet.
Join Real Simple contributors Liz Stanley and LaTonya Staubs on a trip to the beautiful Cascadian Farm home farm in Washington.
Take a trip to the beautiful Cascadian Farm home farm in Washington and learn why their efforts to mimic nature—and other organic farming practices—are good for healthy plants and the planet as a whole.
Take a trip to the beautiful Cascadian Farm home farm in Washington and learn why planting cover crops—and using other organic farming practices—is good for healthy plants and the planet as a whole.
Take a trip to the beautiful Cascadian Farm home farm in Washington and learn why growing the innovative ingredient Kernza®—and other organic farming practices—could be the key to addressing climate change.
Washington State’s Cascadian Farm home farm goes beyond the fields, connecting and supporting their surrounding rural community. Find out how the farm is helping kids learn how organic farming practices affect the planet and the food they eat.
From chia seeds to flaxseeds, these little wonders are a great nutritional boost.
Before running out the door, grab one of these yummy–and nutritious–breakfast options.
Granola this way keeps your Dustbuster at bay.
With the warm weather months quickly approaching, it’s time to start making some summer plans. And this year may finally be your year to go camping.
Here's the truth: Mashed potatoes don't need milk or cream to taste unbelievably good, and this recipe proves it
Made with vibrant vegetables and better-for-you ingredients, these dips are reason alone to throw a party.
Plus, they're Alexa-connected and can tell you when your food is about to go bad.
These cool make-ahead companions to burgers, hot dogs, and steaks will be surefire hits all summer long.
These better-for-you pastas are loaded with vegetables and flavor. Bonus: they’re beyond easy.
Check this out before finalizing your grocery list.
Get inspired by these new uses for apples, lemons, tomatoes, and more.
I'm having a non-soggy sandwich with a side of saving the environment for lunch. *Takes out Stasher bag*
From using ice cream cones as cupcake holders to re-purposing last night’s to-go container as a paint palette, for old kitchen items offer clever ways to reuse and upcycle—rather than throw out—kitchenware and sitting around the cookspace.