Boars have come down from the Carmel mountain and are roaming the streets of Haifa.
The ideas of Hassan Fathy, Egyptian architect whose views on sustainable architecture and social justice were scorned in his time, is inspiring modern opinions today.
It started with one sidewalk fridge in Tel Aviv. Now The Fridge is an Israeli phenomenon used to educate communities about food waste.
We took strange, bumpy kohlrabi and made a refreshing winter salad from it.
Loofah sponges are great natural bath and dish scrubbers.
The congealed foods of the 1950s, '60s and '70s reflected a historical shift in American culture.
Butter has been missing from Israeli markets for well over a year. Why isn't supply meeting the demand?
A sumptuous Persian vegetarian recipe with eggplant, rice, and mushrooms.
10 popular olive varieties, and a recipe for marinating them.
The history and legends of the noble olive.
What on earth is a vertical forest? It’s a forest that doesn’t grow on the earth. It grows in troughs placed on the balconies of residential buildings, hotels, and parks, making huge urban green spaces that don’t take up ground space, but rise skyward. Today’s overcrowded, denatured, polluted cities are only waiting for them. They […]
Ever considered using the drip water from your air conditioning unit? Here are 5 reasons why you should.
Jerusalem's new subterranean cemetery is providing a solution to the problem of where to bury people nowadays.
Light, creamy panna cotta is a perfect way to finish off a summer meal. Garnish the pudding with berries or sliced fruit.
Improve the quality of the air you breathe by ventilating your home and office environment.
International sand sculpture artists have arrived in Ashkelon to create magical figures from sand.
Israeli startup SG Tech created a technology that creates energy and fuel from cow patties, with almost no residual waste.
Khirret is still made in southern Iraq and other parts of the Middle East, but it's appreciated for its rarity, rather than a sweet that stands in competition with commercial candies.
Urban dwellers need more shade. A recent Israeli report explains why.
A curious physicist revived 5000-year-old yeast and baked delicious bread from it.
My basil plant now wants to reproduce, flowering almost from one day to the next. To keep it from going leggy, I pinch off the flowering tops and harvest yet more leaves. My answer to the basil overflow problem is to bake green bread.
Ten essential oils for everyday use - from the kitchen to the bedroom.
Use up the pods left over from shelling peas and beans to make - wine!
The millenial generation has discovered houseplant love.
Is eating diatomaceous earth good, bad, or indifferent for health? Green Prophet investigates.