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Why Chipotle Said ‘No’ to GMOs

Chipotle says it's "G-M-Over it." The burrito giant responded to growing consumer pressure today, announcing that all genetically modified foods have been booted from the menu. GMOs weren't lurk…

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Crunchy, Colorful ‘Confetti’ Coleslaw for BBQ Season

Cabbage is an underappreciated veggie, in my opinion. It's super nutritious, affordable, local to pretty much everywhere, and, most importantly, delicious. Although I love roasting and braising it, I …

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8 Reasons to Use Red Pepper Flakes

More than just a pizza topping, red pepper flakes have a slew of cooking and health benefits. Also known as crushed red pepper, this multi-beneficial spice does everything from brightening flavor in d…

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A New Twist on Cabbage – Indian-Spiced & Stir-Fried

Mellow, sweet cabbage and caramelized onions meld with the warm, exotic flavors of cumin, fennel and garam masala and get a little jolt of excitement from lemon juice and cayenne pepper in this dish. …

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Warm Kale Salad with Tahini Ginger Dressing & Avocado

Tahini, ginger, garlic, sesame seeds, sambal oelek, honey and rice vinegar make for a magical combination of salty, sweet and spicy that makes me hungry even if I've just eaten. Paired with war…

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Gingery Miso Peanut Sauce Makes Everything Taste GOOD

I like to make a big batch of this nutty, sweet, gingery sauce to use in lots of ways throughout the week - as the dressing for a rice bowl, as a sauce for baked tofu, as a dip for carrot and cucumber…

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22 Delicious High-Fiber Foods

Fiber is incredibly important. It escapes digestion in the stomach and ends up reaching the gut. There, it feeds the friendly gut bacteria, leading to all sorts of health benefits (1, 2). Fiber also p…

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The Herb Growing Cheat Sheet (Infographic)

Has spring sprung? The weather might still be deciding, but it's not too early to start thinking about your indoor and outdoor herb gardens. With the help of this infographic, you can provide your her…

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6 Simple Tricks to Nix Food Waste at Home

From mushy fruit and weird produce parts to leftover coffee and stale bread, these handy ways to use overlooked comestibles can help alleviate your personal contribution to landfill mayhem. Those o…

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5 Nuts Not Grown in California

National almond, walnut and pistachio crops are very thirsty, and predominantly grown in drought-stricken California; if you’re looking for alternatives, consider these. The great nut hubbub of 201…

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