October Unprocessed is over. How did you do?
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October Unprocessed is a week old. How have you been doing?
There’s a perception that tofu is a highly processed food, but is it really as bad as haters would have you believe?
October Unprocessed starts tomorrow! This month, I make the commitment to eat only unprocessed foods. Thirty-one days isn’t so long, right?
October Unprocessed came to a close yesterday on what is probably the day when the most processed food gets passed around – Halloween. While I managed not to succumb to the temptation of all that candy, it wasn’t easy. But what about the rest of the month?
How many of the fresh meats at the supermarket pass the Kitchen Test?
Some odd things are done to dairy products before they reach the local supermarket. Even though I am an inveterate label reader, I was still surprised to see how many ingredients my favorite brand of sour cream contains.
Granola bars are convenient, yummy, and oh-so-processed. The perfect copycat recipe eludes me.
On the very first day of October Unprocessed, I said I would bake my own bread this month. At first, I wondered if I had bitten off more than I could chew, but I think I’ve managed to get the hang of this. As a baker, I rate myself as somewhere between novice and intermediate. […]
Is it possible to find ready-to-eat lunchmeats without processed ingredients?
Drop biscuits are the easiest sort of biscuits to make. They’re a little bit denser than your typical biscuit, because they use oil instead of butter, and they cook up fast enough to prepare even on a busy weeknight! These olive oil drop biscuits are a healthier version of the classic recipe.
I was surprised to find that tea might have natural flavorings added. I talked a bit about natural flavorings last October. They aren’t natural at all.