Sustainable Food Photography


What is sustainable eating?

There are many different answers to this question. I’ve certainly written a few articles on the subject!! While answers of all sorts resonate to me, I’m increasingly attached to the question. Why? Because the answer is evolving, and will continue to evolve. The important thing is that the question (and the resulting data that emerges) prompts a process that will enrich all of our lives. Exploration of sustainable eating is what is most important. It presents a curriculum that we must all participate in.

Following is a tiny, simplified summary of what drives my sustainable eating choices today.  For more detail, visit my article: What Is Ethical Eating?… Is Eating Meat Ethical?

…What? Where? How?…

What we eat is important, yes. For now, the data I’ve collected has led me to a diet of many vegetables, a little bit of meat, and as few grains as possible. Where: the source of ingredients is critical, and an arguably more important focus-point than the “what” (as the “where” determines the “what” in a locavore diet). How: feeding soil is essential, and the process of re-engagement with our food sources is sacred.

Achieving joy as I adjust my diet is a huge priority, because behaviorally sustainable adjustments will impact my footprint more than large adjustments made once or twice. I’ve been delighted to find that this achievement is as natural as the food I’m ingesting. I rarely use recipes because my meals are built around the following questions:

What is in season? What is local? What is fresh? What is in my kitchen today? How can I ensure that I do not waste the fresh food I have?

The answers to these questions create the recipes. I retreat from the equation and fall into an inevitable cadence. The resulting meals feed not only my husband and I, but purpose, process, intention, ambition, compassion… AND FLAVOR GALORE!

Here are some photos I’ve taken in the last week, in an effort to chronicle the experience. Please share your thoughts! If you enjoy this peek into my sustainable eating endeavors, I will be sure to make it a recurring theme!

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About Biocadence

Hello! I’m Annie Tichenor, Founder of Biocadence, LLC (www.biocadence.wordpress.com). I hope to ignite a path toward over-consumption recovery, global sibling interconnectedness, and quality-of-life design. A few years ago, I began measuring my impact on the environment. Since then I’ve analyzed my energy-use habits while researching the impact of over-consumption on the global hunger epidemic, global relations and global quality of life. This process has driven me to notice the disparity between my environmental impact in the past and my footprint goal for the future. My drive to change my own habits has evolved into a desire to share my strategies. I crafted the Biocadence Recipe and the Impact/Disturbance (ID) Model, to illustrate the critical role of behavioral sustainability in the sustainable lifestyle transition process. Biocadence is focused on increasing the accessibility of sustainable living and facilitating the rhythm of humanity in harmony with nature. The vision of Biocadence is to build a community of environment-lovers who come together to leverage each other’s knowledge and celebrate sustainable living accomplishments. Learn about the Biocadence Recipe and ID Model: http://www.biocadence.org/biocadence.html

4 responses to “Sustainable Food Photography”

  1. Marnelle Gleason says :

    Great photos, Annie (or Dan). Looks like some great meals. Love your Biocadence!

  2. Joyness Sparkles says :

    I love this post! What a great idea to share! 🙂

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