Keepin' It Green: The Week in DIY: Flying Cars, Soy-Free Vegan Milk, the Increasing Popularity of Eating Insects, and More
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|The Week in DIY: Flying Cars, Soy-Free Vegan Milk, the Increasing Popularity of Eating Insects, and More
Each week, we highlight some of our favorite projects from our friends at Treehugger and Planet Green to help inspire your inner DIYer.
10 Reuses for Single-Use Gift Bags
Those brightly-colored paper bags might be too shabby to pull out for your next birthday party, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to trash them.
5 Tips for Green Furniture Refinishing
Make your old furniture look like new — without letting go of your eco-friendly habits — with these simple suggestions.
3 Easy, DIY Cork Laptop Stands
Keep your computer running smoothly with a homemade stand that lets air circulate around it — and that you can DIY from wine corks
The Future of Transit: A Flying Car?
We’ve waited decades for a flying car — see if the technology is almost here on Dean of Invention.
Some Like it Hot: The Health Benefits of Spice and a Pepper Vinegar Recipe
Meals spicy enough to make you sweat may be your go-to favorites, but those hot peppers could also be keeping you healthy.
What’s an Average American Diet?
Test your knowledge of the quantities — and food quality — that make up the average meal plan, and find out how you measure up.
Fall Allergies: From Mold to Ragweed and Pet Dander, a Holistic Plan of Attack That Works
Say goodbye to runny noses, stuffed sinuses, and sore throats with these allergy remedies that let you avoid the over-the-counter side effects.
5 Soy-Free Milk Alternatives
Vegan options — like rice, coconut, and almond milks — let you stick to your eating ethics without relying on genetically modified soy.
Bugs, It’s What’s for Dinner: Insect Eating Goes Mainstream
You may not be ready to swap your pantry staples for crickets, caterpillars, termites, or beetles, but insect-eating is gaining ground.
What Do Ted Turner and Prairie Dogs Have in Common?
They’re more alike than you might think — see why.