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How Email Marketing Can Grow Your Nutrition Business

Every nutrition entrepreneur has probably had this same thought: “I should really send out a newsletter.” It’s usually followed with this thought: “But I’m already doing so much marketing and social media. Eh, I’ll do it later.”
Posted Fri., Jul. 28, 2017

Stone Soup Vlog: Heirloom Tomato, Peach and Watermelon Salad with Burrata

In this monthly vlogging series, Stone Soup blogger Celestina Brunetti demonstrates recipes using ingredients featured in the most recent issue of Food & Nutrition Magazine.
Posted Wed., Jul. 26, 2017

Chili Lime Roasted Almonds

One of the simplest combinations can be one of the best. This easy roasted almond recipe combines the savory flavors of chili powder, cumin and salt with the tanginess of lime juice and a dash of brown sugar to make a mouthwatering snack.
Posted Tue., Jul. 25, 2017

All Knives Are Not Created Equal

From start to finish, the Shun Hikari Chef’s Knife proved its versatility, more than adequate for both heavy-duty and precision cutting tasks.
Posted Mon., Jul. 24, 2017
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Healthy Kitchen Hacks: DIY Tofu Press

From stir-fries to silken pies, the possibilities are endless for turning this bean curd into a flavorful culinary creation.

Haddock with Quick-Pickled Fennel

Pickled fennel adds an amazing kick to haddock fillets baked in a parchment bag with sweet cherry tomatoes and black olives.
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Woks: A Top Tool for Creating Fast, Flavorful Meals

For cooking quick and easy meals that are as healthful as they are delicious, put a wok at the top of your kitchen essentials list.

From the Vine: Treasure the Many Types of Tomatoes

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Improving seafood standards and ensuring a sustainable supply chain is key in ensuring future generations can enjoy the nutritious benefits of fish.

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Through snow and sleet, rain or shine, thanks to the kitchen grill pan, crisp and char-grilled meat and vegetables can be a reality any time of the year.
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All Knives Are Not Created Equal

All Knives Are Not Created Equal

From start to finish, the Shun Hikari Chef’s Knife proved its versatility, more than adequate for both heavy-duty and precision cutting tasks.
Looking to Save Prep Time? Try this Two-Way Mandoline

Looking to Save Prep Time? Try this Two-Way Mandoline

The Mistral Mini Mandoline by Urban Trend can be used for hand-held slicing or prep surface slicing and it has three thickness settings as well as a julienne setting.
New, Electricity-Free Blender on The Block

New, Electricity-Free Blender on The Block

This kitchen tool doesn’t require electricity, has no attachments or assembly needed, is easy to use and can be taken virtually anywhere — work, gym, school, camping and tailgating.
Perfect, No-Mess Pancakes

Perfect, No-Mess Pancakes

I was intrigued by the promise of “pancakes with no accidental spills” from Whiskware’s Batter Mixer. I hoped it would be a kid-friendly tool.
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Fudgy, Silken, Sous-Vide Style Eggs, Coming Right Up!

I was curious to see how the Sansaire compared to other brands of sous vide machines — what bells and whistles would stand out?