Nature

Eating clean is not only beneficial to the body but also to the environment. Find out how small changes  to your lifestyle can make big changes for the planet.

Sustainable Halibut – Ideal for Dinner

By Kenko
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In Nature
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Updated July 15, 2017
Sea Bass, tuna, swordfish and halibut, for the most part all have a very similar fishing management plan. However, when looking into population sizes, fishing rates, habitat impacts and bycatch, halibut would be the most appropriate to recommend serving for dinner (Fisheries and Oceans Canada, 2011). Because halibut is such a valuable and profitable fish […]

Foraging for Berries

By Kenko
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Updated June 19, 2017

In the lamest terms foraging is gathering food from the wild. It’s not like hunting, that is slightly different and good luck getting your hands on a wild turkey.  In retrospect you could alway

The Smell of Spring

By Kenko
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Updated June 10, 2017

We have had a slow start to our spring this year in Ontario, Canada. Snow mid April was not a happy surprise and put me back from planting vegetables. There is no question it’s here now and in m

Gottfried Fraenkel in the 1950’s proposed the hypothesis in his paper “The Raison d’être of Secondary Plant Substances” that plant secondary compounds/metabolites were not the waste products of plant metabolism but a means of ensuring plant protection from insects and other animals, as well as a communication system with pollinators. There are two parts of […]
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