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Stone Soup Guest Blog

5 Tried-and-True Practices to Prevent Holiday Weight Gain

The reality is that one day of indulgence won’t cause weight gain, but a month or more of altered lifestyle choices will.
Posted Fri., Dec. 09, 2016

A Risotto Pan That Does So Much More

This is a great addition to your kitchenware if risotto is a food close to your heart, though the pan isn’t limited to this creamy-textured dish.
Posted Wed., Dec. 07, 2016

Açai Hot Cereal Bowl

Start your morning with multigrain hot cereal featuring fruit, seeds and a smooth dollop of siggi's yogurt.
Posted Tue., Dec. 06, 2016

Take a Cue from Millennials, the Generation of Gourmet Snackers

For this generation, eating is no longer a means of getting sustenance. It’s an experience, and millennials crave something innovative and unique.
Posted Mon., Dec. 05, 2016
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Kale has been the "It" vegetable for years. Now, its cruciferous cousins — such as Brussels sprouts and cauliflower — are getting top billing on an increasing amount of restaurant menus.
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Artichokes: A Rich History and Mild Flavor

The flower bud of a thistle plant in the sunflower family, artichokes have thorny points on their leaves which must be removed before eating. There are more than 100 varieties of artichokes worldwide, ranging from dark green to deep purple in color and from large spheres to long oval cylinders in shape.

Boston Favorites Recipes

Gather friends and family to enjoy a taste of the tropics and exotic ingredients in these sensational summer meals.
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Nutrition News

Is Spirulina a Miracle Cure-all?

Arguably the “superfood” of the moment, spirulina is associated with a number of health claims, from curing allergies and candida to detoxifying the body and aiding in weight loss. Does this blue-green algae deliver, or is it all health hype?

Supplementation to Lower Blood Sugar

While there is evidence that certain dietary supplements can decrease blood sugar, many come with potential dangers. Aside from the obvious risk of hypoglycemia, other considerations include interactions with medications, liver problems and gastrointestinal issues.

Where Can I Find Stock Images for My Food Blog?

Looking for high-quality photos for your food blog or website? Use these stock photo resources, or learn how to take your own!

What Is "Drunkorexia"?

Straddling the line between alcohol abuse and eating disorder, "drunkorexia" involves restricting food intake, bingeing and purging, and excessive exercising to "make room" for alcohol.
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App Review: Doctor On Demand

Though you’ll miss the doctor’s expert touch, Doctor on Demand is a convenient way to access healthcare providers at a reasonable cost.

App Review: mySugr

A comprehensive digital logbook that lets you log and track blood sugars, meal components and medications.

App Review: Omnio

With a wealth of reliable resources that can be accessed in just a few taps, Omnio is invaluable to clinicians.

App Review: Adobe Spark Post

Ideal for bloggers and business owners who don’t have a graphic designer on staff, this app makes it easy to create those impactful images and memes you see all over social media.

App Review: UNUM

Though basic, UNUM provides valuable insight into the top performing posts and hashtags on your account, which can help you share more content that your audience will love.
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More » Kitchen Tool Reviews

A Risotto Pan That Does So Much More

A Risotto Pan That Does So Much More

This is a great addition to your kitchenware if risotto is a food close to your heart, though the pan isn’t limited to this creamy-textured dish.
Technology for the Well-Managed Kitchen

Technology for the Well-Managed Kitchen

Although I’ve used apps to keep up with my kitchen inventory before, this was my first time using a physical device.
Tailor Your Tea However You Like

Tailor Your Tea However You Like

The Tea Zinger allows you to make your own infusions combining tea or herbs with fresh citrus and other flavors.
Small Dishes with Big Benefits

Small Dishes with Big Benefits

For me, these ramekins are a gateway to achievable, sophisticated cooking. After trialing four different dishes, I am sold.
A Bright,  Better-flowing Water Bottle

A Bright, Better-flowing Water Bottle

The unique design of 50 Strong’s Simply Better Gym Bottle helps water flow better than traditional bottles, so you don’t have to tilt your neck as far back to get a sip.