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Fine-Tuning the Front End

Love grocery shopping, but hate waiting in the checkout line? You aren't alone. The industry is trying to make for a more enjoyable experience for you ... and profitable for retailers.
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Wheat Has Not Changed

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Summer Corn and Herb Salad with Feta

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Watermelon-Tomato Gazpacho

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The Sneaky Thing That Might Be Causing Your Stomach Pain

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Creamy Vegan Pesto

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Food + Recipes

9 Better Butter Skills

Increase your kitchen skills with these 9 tips for handling, measuring and cooking with butter.

Savor: Fennel

Fennel has a long history as a folk remedy, particularly the small, dried fennel fruits (also called fennel seeds) and the essential (volatile) oil extracted from the fennel plant.

Steamed Clams with Andouille, White Beans, and Tomatoes

Served with a fresh garden salad and crusty bread to sop up the spicy broth, steamed claims become an easy, yet elegant main dish.

Savor: Yogurt

What’s not to love about yogurt? It is rich in protein, calcium and potassium, and provides healthy bacteria that may be beneficial to the gut.
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Food Trends

Celebrating Snout-to-Tail

For those seeking authenticity and for food and nutrition professionals who counsel, teach or cook, the right cut of meat matters.

Is Uncured Bacon Nutritionally Superior?

One of the latest preserved food trends is arguably one of the more confusing. Not only is “uncured bacon” cured (usually in salt), but its appeal is due to the absence of nitrates and nitrites — which may be harmful, healthful or both, depending on which study you reference.

There's an Oven for Every Occasion

Oven technology has evolved to ensure baking success.

Are Raisins a Good Alternative to Sports Chews?

Supplements are designed to provide a quick source of carbohydrates to an athlete. However, the humble raisin may perform just as well as a carbohydrate supplement for endurance sports.
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Nutrition News

What Science Says about Snacking

Your grandparents ate "three square meals." Today, we're a nation of snackers. What does the evidence say about this change in consumption patterns?

Fine-Tuning the Front End

Love grocery shopping, but hate waiting in the checkout line? You aren't alone. The industry is trying to make for a more enjoyable experience for you ... and retailers.
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Product Reviews

Quick-and-Easy Meals Using One Little Dish

Cook- and bakeware products by Emile Henry come in handy when cooking fresh dishes for empty-nesters and small families.

Roast a Chicken in 3 Easy Steps

When I used the Dual-Sensing Probe Thermometer/Timer to roast a chicken, the process was almost foolproof. I inserted the probe, set the finish temperature for poultry (165 degrees) and waited for the beep!
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The latest news and resources from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics — the world's largest organization of food and nutrition professionals. Read More.
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More » App Reviews

App Review: Fit Men Cook (Version 1.00)

Born from the founder's popular Instagram community of almost 1 million followers, Fit Men Cook is a healthy recipe app with a focus on meal prep and fitness in the kitchen.

App Review: Evernote Scannable (Version 1.02)

Scannable captures documents, photos and receipts with ease and clarity. The, save and share these files directly from the app.

App Review: Periscope (Version 1.0.4)

Periscope is Twitter's new live streaming app that allows you to watch anything from street performers in Central Park to a live cooking demo as it happens from anywhere in the world.
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More » Book Reviews

Book Review: Zero Belly Diet

Book Review: Zero Belly Diet

While the science behind the program is somewhat exaggerated, the book emphasizes a generally healthful diet. Its potential benefits are no different from those of any other program with similar recommendations.
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More » Movie Reviews

Cafeteria Man

Cafeteria Man

This 2011 documentary takes a behind-the-scenes look at the positive transformations of school food programs in Baltimore and Memphis.