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Jane Lear
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Nice shout-out to Chicago, here....
Question: My city just started putting in rain gardens. How do rain gardens help with storm water? Answer: Since the 19th century, most urbanized areas collect and move wastewater to Water Reclamat...
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Think you're not doing the world a solid by eating grass-fed beef? Think again. #JaneSays  +Jane Lear 
Keeping cows on rangeland doesn't degrade that ecology—their grazing improves it.
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Think sink....
These tips will help you conserve this increasingly scarce resource.
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Love this.
The protein that makes bread rise is a wonder.
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Well, yes I do know why. If I eat it I would need to wear diapers! TMI? You asked!
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Surprise! It all comes down to water quality.
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I guess we should boil everything before we eat it??
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Our resident food expert breaks it down. #JaneSays  +Jane Lear 
Mock proteins can be fun and delicious, but they don't solve all of the environmental problems associated with animal products
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Brilliant.
Starting tomorrow, library patrons in Durham, N.C., will be able to check out seeds in addition to books.
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Coming soon—Environmental Working Group's Food Database!
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Writer, editor, and blogger specializing in food and travel
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Writing and editing (magazines, newspapers, cookbooks), editorial project development (magazines, both print and app); research and reporting; deep knowledge of ingredients, sustainable agriculture, and the science and mechanics of cooking.
Employment
  • TakePart
    columnist, 2012 - present
    As a weekly food advice columnist, I answer readers' queries on topics that range from how to cook kale or get the most out of winter vegetables to the realities behind the Paleo Diet, juicing, alkaline water, and more. The knowledge, research skills, and contacts I've accumulated at magazines such as Audubon and Gourmet stand me in very good stead.
  • Martha Stewart Living
    Features Director, 2012 - 2013
    Liaison between editorial and food departments; story development; wrote glossaries and other content; edited all recipe content
  • Gourmet magazine
    Senior Articles Editor (most recently), 1991 - 2009
    Acquired and edited a stable of writers that included Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Bill McKibben, Michael Pollan, David Rakoff, and Jane Smiley. Developed and edited two popular series for gourmet.com: "Extreme Frugality," by W. Hodding Carter, and "Four Farmers Project," by Sam Hurst. Pioneered concept of an annual produce issue to showcase farmer profiles and “Politics of the Plate” stories, the first time a food / lifestyle magazine had 
ever tackled food politics. Headed up seven subsequent produce issues. Developed and wrote 
"Kitchen Notebook," the "voice of Gourmet" for home cooks everywhere, and features on culinary techniques. 
Edited or wrote travel features, essays, and restaurant reviews.
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Jane Daniels Lear
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Food and travel writer; TakePart columnist; blogger at janelear.com; formerly at Martha Stewart Living and (for 18 years) Gourmet.
Introduction
Writing about food and travel involves disparate subjects such as sustainable agriculture and farming, water policy, culinary techniques and equipment, fine art and antiques, interior decoration, gardening, landscape architecture, and sailing.Formerly the features director at Martha Stewart Living and, for 18 years, senior articles editor at Gourmet, I've written for the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Garden Design, Martha Stewart Living, Zenchilada.com, and other publications. I also answer readers' questions about food at TakePart, and write about what makes me hungry at janelear.com.
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New York City
Previously
Savannah, Georgia - Roanoke, Virginia
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