In this week’s edition of The Starving Student, City on a Hill explains how to cook quinoa in a unique way. A wonder-grain from the Incas, quinoa is definitely healthy enough to get away with being fried in a little olive oil.
PETA2 collaborated with Banana Slugs for Animals on their national Million Sticker Mania campaign, helping spread awareness about eating meat and supporting vegan and vegetarian students at more than 100 colleges nationwide, including UCSC.
My coming out story: how I reintroduced meat into my diet and why I decided to do it in the first place.
Hoping to decrease UCSC’s carbon footprint and increase sustainability, concerned students hosted a Meatless Monday outreach event at the College Nine/10 Dining Hall.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned in all my years of being vegetarian, it’s that you can never feel completely satisfied without a good daily dose of protein. Finding that protein, or even taking the time to make sure a meal has protein in it, can sometimes seem a drag, but there is one food that I make my default whenever I am starving at the end of a long day, and that’s tofu.
UCSC community members are disappointed with a lack of commitment by Dining Services to switch to cage-free eggs.