Want to Eat Less Meat Without Going Cold Turkey? There’s an App for That

The local nonprofit Habits of Waste is helping people adopt a more environmentally friendly diet, one meal at a time
Liz Ohanesian • Los Angeles Magazine • May 17, 2021
Sheila Morovati, founder of the L.A.-based nonprofit Habits of Waste, understood that protecting the environment would mean a change in diet. “I know I should be vegan,” she says on a recent phone call. “I tried and tried and tried, many times.”...
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