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November Foodprint – Pumpkin Pie v. Vegan Pumpkin Pie

Thanksgiving is perfect for spending quality time with friends and family. It is also the perfect time to practice using less water with the food we prepare! For a minor change this holiday, Drink Local. Drink Tap. is inviting you to step out of your comfort zone and try a vegan dessert! Making a vegan … Continued

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October Foodprint – Halloween Vegan Candy List

Have you ever tried vegan candy? We are pretty sure you have! With Halloween around the corner, handing out vegan candy to trick-or-treaters is never a wrong way to go, and you’re continuing to do your part in reducing your water #FOODPRINT. We’ve compiled a list of vegan candy to help guide you, but remember … Continued

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May Foodprint- Broccoli Salad

Created by: Clare Matthews, Rachel Onusko and Claire Mohney Everyone says, “April showers bring May flowers!” But what people often forget to mention is that April showers bring a time to plant fresh veggies in the garden and throughout our communities. This spring, Drink Local. Drink Tap. encourages you to try something new in your fresh … Continued

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April Foodprint- Plant Based Pizza

Created by: Clare Matthews, Rachel Onusko and Claire Mohney This April, when the rain falls and the flowers bloom, nothing is better than a night inside eating pizza and watching movies. However, there is a way to do this without having to worry about your water #FOODPRINT! Between the flour, cheese, and sauce, pizza can use … Continued

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March Foodprint- Cauliflower Wings

Created by: Clare Matthews, Rachel Onusko and Claire Mohney This March, as we all gear up to plan our brackets, break out the college basketball gear, and get with friends and family to watch March Madness, it is important that we do not lose sight of what is really important; our earth! When cooking up the … Continued

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Foodprint Blog Series- Intro

Created by: Clare Matthews, Rachel Onusko and Claire Mahoney Moving towards a plant-based diet can not only be beneficial for your health, but also for the planet. Why does raising animals for meat require so much water? Almost half of the water used in the United States is used to raise animals as food. For example, … Continued

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