Book Review, Books, Water sustainability

Author Interview: Florencia Ramirez, How to “Eat Less Water” at the Kitchen Table

    I'm a reader of all genres of books and post reviews at Goodreads.com, however, I wanted to try an author interview for a book I recently read. (Something new for the new year). As a long time reader of the blog Eat Less Water and a believer in water scarcity and our impact on… Continue reading Author Interview: Florencia Ramirez, How to “Eat Less Water” at the Kitchen Table

Books, Health, Healthy eating, Latina writer, Non-fiction, water footprint, Water sustainability, WoWW, Writing

How We Can “Eat Less Water” And Help The Environment

When the well is dry, we know the value of water- Benjamin Franklin For thousands of people in Flint, Michigan and East Porterville, California, the well dried up. For 800 million people around the world, the well is dry. There's a new book arriving on November 1st, 2017 titled "Eat Less Water." The author and… Continue reading How We Can “Eat Less Water” And Help The Environment

baking organic bread, organic flour, water footprint, Water sustainability

Eating less water: Baking Bread

After a class this past Saturday, I donned my purple apron to do something less esoteric but just as creative and fulfilling as writing. I joined nine other women at a friends home to learn how to bake bread. Not just any bread but 'water sustainable' organic whole wheat bread* and French baguettes. My friend Florencia, over at… Continue reading Eating less water: Baking Bread