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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
with Food & Nutrition Magazine.

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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Fennel, Strawberry and Pistachio Salad

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Take Better Food Photos with Your Smartphone

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Food + Recipes

4 Rootsy Recipes

When roasted, baked, steamed or sautéed, root vegetables take on an earthy, rich flavor — and keep their nutritious profile. Try these four ingenious root vegetable 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.

Savor: Sea Salt

While sea salt is sometimes promoted as a healthful alternative to regular table salt, the sodium content is essentially the same. The advantage is that some people use less when cooking or finishing with sea salt.

Savor: Clams

Found along the East and West Coasts of the U.S., both hard- and soft-shell clams are mildly salty and have a soft, chewy texture.
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Food Trends

Does Stress Lead to Food Cravings and Weight Gain?

Left unchecked, chronic stress can contribute to everything from anxiety and muscle pain to high blood pressure, depression, heart disease — and even obesity.

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.

Dead Sea Salt

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

Raising Vegan Children

With a solid foundation of knowledge and careful planning, it is absolutely possible to raise healthy, happy vegan kids.
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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

A Crockpot for the Developing World...and American Kitchens Too!

The Wonderbag is a great and easy way to include many vegetables into your diet. It was created specifically for use in developing countries, where resources for cooking (such as electricity, gas, and wood) are finite.

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.
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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: 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.

App Review: Meerkat (Version 1.3)

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

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.
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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.