Living sustainably - these words are quickly becoming part of main stream's everyday vocabulary. Still, you may wonder, "What does living sustainably mean?"
When I turned to Catherine and asked her... she answered, "I don't know. Look it up."
Typical Catherine answer. Well, where she lacks an interest in explaining such things to me - her husband, she more than makes up for by doing a remarkable job implementing solid practices into her every day life.
This is Catherine's space to talk and share those things she learns via her path of living a more sustainable life.
So what kind of information can you expect to get out of Catherine's No-Kill Kitchen? Here are some of the ideas we came up with:
The content will evolve - so its hard to pin down any main subject. One important thing that will be consistent, however, Catherine will do her best to break down steps for anybody with an eco-social drive to reduce their environmental footprint, prevent the mistreatment of animals, or even find non-toxic alternatives for improvement of health.
The entire thing can be very intimidating. People want to make these types of changes in their lives but are so overwhelmed and don't know where to start. I don't believe that 'going green' or moving towards a plant-based diet necessarily means that you have to throw everything out in your kitchen RIGHT NOW. When we moved to a plant-based diet, we used up what was already bought... we just made sure not to buy anymore. I suppose that was the first step - don't buy more.
I don't know how she does it, but this self-taught cook makes all her plant-based meals taste delicious. Feel free to explore...
If you'd like to know more about Catherine's drive to be part of the HoneyLove solution, stalk her on this page.
If you have questions or topics to suggest, you can email her directly: firstname.lastname@example.org