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Food + Recipes

Retro Reimagined

Food & Nutrition looks at six midcentury food innovations and iconic dishes and, with our Stone Soup bloggers, transforms them into creative, contemporary recipes.

Savor: Soybeans

In addition to soy’s vitamins, minerals, potassium and fiber, it’s the only food with a plant protein equal in protein quality to that of meat and eggs.

Savor: Bison

For those who wish to enjoy red meat while watching their fat and saturated fat intake, bison is a practical and versatile option.

Get Saucy Series: Healthy Yogurt Sauces

If velvety béchamel sauce suits French food, tangy yogurt sauces befit Mediterranean cuisines.
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Food Trends

What Is Oil Pulling?

You may have heard about this celebrity fad - but what is oil pulling?

Why Are Some Egg Yolks and Eggshells Different Colors?

While shell and yolk color may differ between chicken eggs, the difference in color bears no relation to the flavor, nutritional value or quality of the egg. The egg’s size and shell color is determined by the breed of the hen.

CSAs at the Community Crossroads

Many community-supported agriculture programs are reaching communities in need through healthy food and nutrition education. Yet to successfully serve low-income communities, particularly those in food deserts, there are obstacles to overcome.

Cooking Up Culinary Travel: Activities That Add Spice to Your Travels Both Near and Far

Whether it's an international immersion trip or a day tour in your own city, food excursions have become popular for both personal leisure and professional development.
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Nutrition News

Maple Syrup Makes the Grade

New new syrup labeling standards from Vermont and New York are intended to be more descriptive about flavor and quality. What maple-flavor lovers need to know.

Co-Op Comeback: What the New Co-Ops Do Different

With approximately 300 food co-ops in the U.S. today, cooperative grocers represent fewer than 1 percent of American grocery stores. But food co-ops — which are owned and directed by customers rather than corporations — are holding their own.
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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?

Food Mill Provides Purees in a Spin

I tried out the Rösle food mill for the first time today. In fact, it was my first time using a food mill – ever!
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Tweets from Nutrition Experts

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View The Current Issue

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: Crop on the Fly (Version 0.570)

Crop on the Fly enables you to turn vertical videos (the ones with the black lines on the sides) into horizontal ones in about the time it took you film the original footage.

App Review: Inbox (Version 1.02)

An advanced form of Gmail, the Inbox app from Google helps you clear the clutter and deal with email messages when the time is right.

App Review: Cookbook Café (Version 2.0)

Cookbook Café eliminates the barriers and provides an accessible, DIY flatform to produce your cookbook ebook.
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More » Book Reviews

Book Review: Un-Junk Your Diet

Book Review: Un-Junk Your Diet

This book has many evidence-based references and stresses the importance of sifting through sources for reliable, sound research.
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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.