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PIOMAS October 2018

I was ready to write about this 10 days ago, but the data wasn’t out yet. And then life got in the way, as it always does. On the bright side, Wipneus has just updated his PIOMAS graphs to mid-October….

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Wear. Donate. Recycle.

The non-profit Council for Textile Recycling (CTR) asks the question: “Are we making the right decisions when the apparel, footwear, textiles, and accessories we buy are no longer useful?”

IPCC keeps feeding the addiction

The IPCC just released its report Global Warming of 1.5ºC. Things aren’t looking good and instead of providing good advice and guidance, the IPCC bends over backward in efforts to keep feeding the addiction. The Paris Agreement constitutes a joint…

Smoky Tomato Bacon Jam (Paleo, Gluten-Free)

Smoky Tomato Bacon Jam (Paleo, Gluten-Free)

If you have a bumper crop of tomatoes in your garden, or simply see some lovely ones at the market, Tomato Bacon Jam is a delightful treat to help you preserve some of the harvest.

Smoky, sweet and savory all at the same time, the bacon, onions, fresh tomatoes and seasonings in this recipe are cooked down till thick and spreadable on anything from bread to burgers to veggies!

Make a big batch and put it into little jars for a tasty, (perishable) gift your friends and family will never forget.

Other Homemade Condiments

  • Vegan Pesto with Zucchini
  • Sun Dried Tomato Pesto
  • Pistachio Arugula Pesto
  • Fig Avocado Salsa

Smoky Tomato Bacon Jam

This smoky, sweet and savory jam is loaded with bacon, onions and tomatoes that have been cooked down until thick and spreadable—perfect for burgers, eggs, vegetables, and more.

  • 2 lbs. cherry tomatoes (or other firm tomatoes, chopped)
  • 1 yellow or sweet onion (diced)
  • 1 lb.

Continue reading Smoky Tomato Bacon Jam (Paleo, Gluten-Free) at Small Footprint Family.

What Does Runaway Warming Look Like?

The forcing caused by the rapid rise in the levels of greenhouse gases is far out of line with current temperatures. A 10°C higher temperature is more in line with these levels, as illustrated by the image below. Carbon dioxide…