Kim O’Donnel, an early champion of Meatless Mondays, tells how it went from under-the-radar public health initiative to a mainstream success. The cookbook author also shares one of her favorite meatless recipes.
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Sound Consumer, January/February 2022 | Issue No. 567
Continuing the legacy of Skagit River Ranch means maintaining a beloved regional resource and a foundational source for local and organic foods.
Seven local nonprofits will share $35,000 in PCC Community Grants to help cultivate local organic food systems and support diverse communities.
Try out Aran Goyoaga’s Peanut Butter-Banana Cookies, a recipe from her new book. The “Cannelle et Vanille” author and photographer will also teach an upcoming PCC cooking class.
Fifty years after “Diet for a Small Planet” changed eating habits and lives, Frances Moore Lappé and Anna Lappé have a message of hope and resilience for today’s world.
Courtney Johnson, executive director of the Washington State Cheesemakers Association and a longtime PCC cheese specialist, offers thoughts on cheese pairings, budget buys and three of her favorite local cheeses.
Emme Ribeiro Collins discovered Seattle’s school lunches in first grade, when she moved to Seattle from Brazil with her family. Now, the “Chopped” TV show winner is executive chef of Seattle Public Schools, working to make school lunches nourishing, appealing and inclusive.
Local farmer Melony Edwards, a Sound Consumer contributor and board member of the National Young Farmers Coalition, talks about farming journeys and the future with author-filmmaker Natalie Baszile and food writer Mark Bittman.
Read about new Food and Drug Administration (FDA) goals for reducing sodium in commercially processed, packaged and prepared foods.
By some estimates, up to 75% of the global population loses the ability to digest lactose at some point, many not until mid to late adulthood. Our Bastyr University correspondent shares the latest research.
The expanded new Ballard Food Bank was designed to honor the humanity and dignity of people who need its services. Board member Hsiao-Ching Chou volunteers there because she can’t abide how many of our neighbors are chronically hungry.
Learn how PCC makes sure its ingredient standards are consistent and keep pace with health and environmental issues and other concerns.
See the progress PCC has made on the ambitious 5-year sustainability goals announced in 2018 and where the challenges remain.
Kim Vu, vice president of Environmental Social Governance (ESG) at Seattle-based Remitly, has joined the PCC Board of Trustees. Her work in financial services focuses on corporate social responsibility, ESG and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
From just under 70,000 members at the start of 2020, PCC has grown to more than 100,000 members today. Learn more about member opportunities and special offers.
Meet Matt Rateau from Fremont PCC and Frederick Clanahan from West Seattle PCC!
Fluorination packaging concerns • Self-check lanes • Reusable bulk containers • White sage and almonds • Member-only offers
Off-farm income • Seattle Giving Groves • Farm production • Filipino food film • Airborne microplastics • Right to food • New conservation director • Meatpacking investigation • Roundup cancer lawsuits • Future Farmers of America • Coffee and climate change • Yakama Nation farm • Whale food studies • Protecting habitat • Bullying over allergies • Puget Sound waste • Managing state lands