This week concludes my series on nutrition. If you haven’t seen the other videos, I highly recommend at least watching this one. This week I cover food labeling, how to read the nutrition facts, FDA guidelines on some things that can and can’t be said on food packaging, the food pyramid and more!
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Dairy cheese in America can really be split into two categories– actual cheese and then cheese “food product”. I remember growing up and thinking that people who could afford the spray cheese in the can were really living large because that, my friends, showed both class and success.
From the minds of babes. Blorch.
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My nutrition videos, along with other cooking show videos, are now available in iTunes as a video podcast! Just search for “nom blog” and there they are! Higher resolution videos are always available here on the blog.
I live and create recipes by 2 rules:
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English muffins are something I have taken a liking to more recently than the more popular American breakfast staple, the bagel. Yet they are lovely on their own account, tender with a hint of yeast, and I find them much more fun to dress up.
Even better, they are far easier to make at home than […]Continue Reading →
Happy Tuesday and welcome to part 2 of my series on nutrition, where we tackle cholesterol & fiber and vitamins & minerals. Sound boring? I promise, it’s not. For those who are interested, I’m working on getting these videos, along with the older cooking show videos, up on iTunes for download as a podcast. I’m […]Continue Reading →
Interested in participating in a bake sale to benefit Japan? Check out this thread to see if there’s one near you or to start one yourself!
Horray! Yesterday was the first day of spring. Here in Oregon the cherry blossom trees have been blooming for a couple of weeks and all of their other […]Continue Reading →
Isn’t sacrifice just the pits?
Suppose you need something gluten-free, dairy-free and egg-free… how are you supposed to live? I mean, what are you supposed to eat?
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Green eggs and ham not only sounds disgusting, but is also likely to induce stomach aches if you’ve indulged in too much green beer. But some refreshing and naturally green soup, chocked full of roasted garlic, white beans and greens, is sure to help detox that liver and perk you up.Continue Reading →
Squirrel’s Vegan KitchenGo back in time to my original blog: Squirrel’s Vegan Kitchen!
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