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Storage Solution

With its rubber seal and stiff wire closure, clamp-lid jars prove that functionality and aesthetics can coexist beautifully in the kitchen.
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Stone Soup

Guest bloggers from around the world share
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The Forgotten Senses of Flavor

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Make It a MyPlate Night

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Grilled Blueberry-Rhubarb Galette

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The 6 Types of Obesity — How Patterns Can Guide Treatment

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5 Things a Vegetarian Wants You to Know

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Food + Recipes

Savor: Coffee

Epidemiological research is pouring in about coffee’s power to protect against disease.

Culinary Tips for Greens

Peppery arugula stands up to strong flavors but does not overwhelm more delicate vegetables, eggs and pasta.

Savor: Cinnamon

In Western cultures, cinnamon is most typically used in desserts and to complement fruit dishes; however, its use in savory dishes is common in ethnic cuisines.

Pears: Versatility Whether Sweet and Savory

A member of the rose family, pears are delicious in both sweet and savory dishes, and can be enjoyed raw, stewed, sautéed, baked, roasted, poached and grilled.
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Food Trends

Do "Green Bags" Really Keep Produce Fresh?

"Green bags" (which actually come in many colors) sold on infomercials are composed of zeolite, a silicate compound with a porous chemical structure. Companies that manufacture these bags claim the porous structure absorbs ethylene, the ripening agent released by fruits and vegetables, thus extending produce life.

Healthy Soils, Healthy Foods

Soil — a dynamic and complex system of minerals, air, water and organic matter — is the lifeblood of anyone’s farm and of everyone’s food supply.

Fair Trade Fruit

Fair trade provides small-scale farmers democratic control of their businesses and direct access to the global market through collective volume.

The Mind of the Male Shopper

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that 41 percent of meals made at home are prepared by men—while consumer research reports indicate more men nationwide are taking over as the primary household grocery shoppers.
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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

Putting the "Smooth" in "Smoothie"

In the past, I used a so-so blender that stalled out and left massive chunks of food in my smoothies. Would the Dynablend Horsepower Plus be different?

Coffee Shop Foam for Homemade Drinks

In about five minutes, the Froth Tec can froth up to 10 ounces of milk and has three temperature settings: cold for making iced cappuccinos; warm for making drinks for kids; and hot for everything else. Though I'm not a coffee drinker, I was able to recreate my very favorite Starbucks order: a vanilla steamer.
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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: Meerkat (Version 1.3)

Meerkat lets you instantly stream live video to your Twitter followers from a mobile phone.

App Review: Sleep Genius (Version 1.10.5)

Created with science in mind, Sleep Genius uses binaural beats and pink noise to help you create better sleep habits and get better quality sleep.

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.
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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.
Book Review: The Food Babe Way

Book Review: The Food Babe Way

While the book does contain a few accurate facts, they are nestled between pages riddled with misinformation and cynicism.