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A new paper, published in the journal Open Heart, argues that counting calories isn’t as important as looking at food’s nutritional value when it comes to heart health.
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In this video, fermentation expert Sandor Katz talks about how fermentation changed his life. If you want more fermentation goodness, we’ve gathered lots of info about Katz plus some bonus fermentation resources for you!
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With a little forethought and healthy meal planning, mealtime can be a breeze and dinner will only take a few minutes each evening.
Who says that cooking at home has to be work? There are lots of ways to make cooking fun. Let’s get cooking, y’all!
It has been quite a scorcher around here lately, and nothing is as good in warm weather as big, healthy summer salads.
Every year, Greenpeace compiles a sustainable seafood list. Now in its ninth year, the Carting Away the Oceans report ranks the top seafood retailers.
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After learning about our broken food system, it’s often easier to make smarter food decisions, which can then connect to other areas and build a more sustainable lifestyle.