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Matcha Madness

Matcha is no longer confined to the chawan (a Japanese drinking bowl). From its 12th century origins, this green tea powder now can be found around the globe in lattes, smoothies and as an ingredient in sweet and savory recipes.
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Stone Soup

Guest bloggers from around the world share
with Food & Nutrition Magazine.

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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Heroes + Inspiration

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Food + Recipes

Savor: Ginger

Ways to consume ginger are fresh or dried ginger root, tablets, capsules, liquid extracts (tinctures), fresh ginger root tea, ginger tea packets, ginger candies and candied ginger.

Mortar and Pestle: Old School Kitchen Tool

While electric appliances can produce similar results, nothing replaces the hands-on experience or the flavor produced by this traditional two-piece tool.

Grilled Vegan Hot Dogs with Sweet or Spicy Relish

Try this vegan version of the classic American hot dog. Top it with homemade sweet or spicy relish.

Get Saucy Series: How Sweet It Is

A jar of homemade chocolate or butterscotch sauce can turn an ordinary dessert into an extraordinary occasion.
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Food Trends

Dead Sea Salt

Thanks to recent conservation efforts, international tourism and entrepreneurship, the Dead Sea is very much alive.

Mortar and Pestle: Old School Kitchen Tool

While electric appliances can produce similar results, nothing replaces the hands-on experience or the flavor produced by this traditional two-piece tool.

7 Top Hunger Organizations

Celebrates the organizations who champion the cause of food for all.

Our Contemporary Cornucopia: Exploring Today's American Harvest

The iconic cornucopia is a cone-shaped basket of the riches of the New World. The only problem: It's been the same for 400 years and best represents the Northeast, but not necessarily the rest of our diverse national bounty. So we decided it was time for an upgrade!
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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

Caramelized Onions without the Tears

Over the past few months, I’ve become progressively more obsessed with caramelized onions. They are now, officially, my favorite “condiment.” The only drawback to this new favorite of mine is that you need a ton of onions to make just a little bit of caramelized onions.

Microwaveable Rice: Your New Frenemy?

As a South Asian, rice is a staple in my culture; as a dietitian, it is not a staple in my diet. I can’t remember the last time I made rice at home. Enter the Lekue Microwave Rice Cooker.
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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: Atari Fit

Work out, earn points and play games as exercise becomes playtime with Atari Fit's gamified global fitness app.

App Review: Meerkat (Version 1.3)

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