Tag: wheat

YouTube Video- How To Make Sustainable Pizza Dough

This is the first a series of cooking workshops. I had great fun making it, although it took much longer to film (shows how much I know about film making.) What I do know is how to cook using less water. In… Read More

Making Homemade Pizza (Pizza Dough Recipe)

A slice of pizza has a water footprint of 40 gallons of fresh water. Add meat and the water footprint sky rockets. Ten women and two children gathered around my kitchen table and mixed, kneaded and rolled pizza dough AND learned why… Read More

Oxnard woman says water reduction is on the menu (original article printed in the VC Star)

By Hannah Guzik Photo by David Yamamoto Special to The Star Original post March 7, 2012 at 5:48 p.m., updated March 7, 2012 at 6:22 p.m. Florencia Ramirez is on the “eat less water” diet. From her kitchen in Oxnard’s historic district,… Read More

Homemade Bread and Water

Much of my adult life I have wanted to be one of those people who makes bread. I don’t know where the idea came from. My mom never baked bread. She was very happy to buy store bought bread. Baking was not… Read More

Turkey Sandwich and Water (Whole Wheat Bread Recipe)

Five days a week for the last 15 years, my husband has packed a turkey sandwich for lunch. Since I work from home, I have assumed the responsibility of the turkey sandwich. I admired the sandwich I managed to make this morning… Read More

Color and Water

Water is colorless. In the virtual world of water footprints water has been assigned the colors blue, green and grey. Water sourced from ground water, reservoirs, and rivers that scribble across the landscape is considered blue water. Rain water is green water…. Read More