Eco Eats: 4 Drought-Friendly Recipes for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Water These environmentally friendly dishes do more than simply make your day—they go a long way cutting back on water waste.
Shakshuka typically calls for 6 eggs, which would demand 317 gallons of water to produce. Replacing eggs with avocado cuts the water usage to roughly a third of that.
Furikake is a delicious Japanese topping for fish, soups and snacks like popcorn. If you don’t have it at home and can’t get to the store, try swapping in sesame seeds.
Not just beautiful but simple to prepare, this radiant taco is also seafood-sustainable. True Cod is fished and farmed to have a smaller impact on the environment.
Reduce your environmental footprint in style! Shop at your local farmers market for the fruits and mints that give this delicious nightcap its irresistible flavor.