This wildly successful series written by J.B. MacKinnon and Alisa Smith details their commitment to only eat food produced within a 100 mile radius of their home.
In This Series
Living on the 100-Mile Diet
Eating a truly local diet for a year poses some tricky questions. First in a series.
Wanted: A Perfectly Local Chicken
For a truly sustainable breakfast, which comes first? The tofu or the egg?
A Local Eating Rhapsody
Why not try a 100-Mile Meal? Third in a series.
Why We Pay Too Little for Well Travelled Food
Charging the true cost of "food miles" could change the way people eat. Fourth in a series
The 100-Mile Diet Goes North
Wish you were here.
In Praise of the Lowly Pink Salmon
The 100-Milers pursue guilt-free fish for the winter stockpile.
The 100-Mile dieters stock up, and wish for a legion of grandmas.
Thanksgiving on the 100-Mile Diet
Friends in Vernon take to heart the ideals of local feasting.
With the Grain on the 100-Mile Diet
Stalking barley and wheat, some of it 9,000 years old.
The Incredible Expanding 100-Mile Diet
No, we're not gaining weight. We're gaining allies.
End of Road for 100-Mile Diet?
In search of a happy ending for our local eating sojourn.
Local Eating's Unlikely Capital
Devoted Powell River shrinks the 100-Mile Diet to fit its isolation.
100-Mile Diet's Winter Menu
For 'locavores,' year-round farmers' markets and easy recipes.
100-Mile Chef Doesn't Have Cold Feet
BC's first totally local mid-winter restaurant menu.
100-Mile Diet: Hand Picked from the Blog
'Food mile' foibles. And eating beluga whales.