It’s more accessible now than ever to purchase meat ethically. But with that, comes a slew of confusing terms and labels: hormone-free, certified humane, free range, the list goes on.
Therein lies several questions and the biggest one of all: where do I start?
One of the easiest ways to discern if a meat product is cruelty-free is by looking out for the Certified Humane logo.
Not long ago, Mateo turned 6 months old, so I thought to myself, what better way to spoil him than with a tasty treat?
I scoured the interwebs for some gourmet cat food recipe ideas, and did some research on home cooking for cats, before concluding that meatballs were the most nutritional and convenient option.
If you’re anything like me, you would’ve foreseen your fresh pasta stock running low within a matter of weeks and scoured the internet for homemade pasta tutorials, eagerly hoping to make some of your own. But as you watch more tutorials, your heart sinks, learning that most recipes call for some sort of pasta maker.
You battle with your mind for a second, debating if it’s worth the extra $60 at all. Eventually, you nearly abandon the idea, when suddenly it strikes you – what if I try rolling it out on my own?
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