Healthy Living

12 Ways To Enjoy All Manners Of Peas

English, sugar snap, snow, black-eyed, dig in!
Apr 7, 2014 12:00 pm

You don't have to use frozen peas! But when the options are fresh and varied, and there's no better time for peas than spring, you'd be hard-pressed to find a friendlier veggie to to toss into your pasta, tart, salad, soup or even cocktail. Try one of our 12 favorite pea recipes for dinner and leave the frozen bag to what it does best: being a handy ice pack.

So You Want To Start The Week Out Eating Right? Here's Inspiration.

Stories, recipes to keep healthy living goals
Apr 7, 2014 9:30 am

Well, it's Monday. You can start the week out with a return to The Rut, or you can believe in yourself and eat right, exercise and maintain a positive attitude. Your call. In case you're of a mind to stay on the healthy side, here are some stories and recipes to help you along as you start the week. 

Troubleshoot Your Gluten-Freedom With America's Test Kitchen

This technique-based baking book is a gamechanger
Mar 24, 2014 11:05 am

America's Test Kitchen, the promised land of troubleshooting your most basic cooking fails and fixing problems you never knew you had (I used to save the back covers of my mom's Cook's Illustrated as a kid), recently published The How Can It Be Gluten Free Cookbook. Its creed: you can't just substitute gluten-free flour and expect passable results. You have to change your whole technique (then prepare to welcome back sandwiches).

The Food Porn Index: How Healthy Is The Food We Instagram?

Carrot company promotes health via social media
Mar 17, 2014 11:00 am

Bolthouse Farms is a vertically integrated farm company with headquarters in California. The company sells a line of fresh juice beverages and is one of the United States’ leading producers of carrots. They’re also behind one of our favorite marketing campaigns in recent memory. Enter the Food Porn Index. Read on.

6 Restaurants (And One Vending Machine) Doing Farm-To-Table Fast Food

Is supersized sustainability really a thing now?
Mar 5, 2014 11:00 am

At drive-through windows and counter joints across the country, farm-to-table fare is going mainstream. From a New York City noodle bar poised to become the Asian Chipotle to a gas station vending machine dispensing all-natural beef burritos, these farm-fresh service joints redefine eatin’ good in the neighborhood. Here are 7 spots where you can eat really well, really fast.

3 Winter Juice Recipes To Bring Your Worn-Out Body Back To Normal

Roots, fruits and berries for the cold season
Feb 25, 2014 12:00 pm

I owe a debt of gratitude to my humble juicer this winter. All season long, bright, sweet, fresh-tasting fruit and vegetable juices have staved off my cravings for summer produce and have brought color and variety into my diet. When it comes to combinations, juice varieties are limited only by your imagination. Here are provided three of my winter favorites. 

Glutard Problems: I'm Back On Beer, No Biggie. But Do I Take The Soy Sauce Plunge?

Optimistically toeing the wheat line again
Feb 19, 2014 11:00 am

Jess Kapadia is ready to invite something back into her diet: soy sauce. It's famously cited as a "hidden gluten" culprit and made with up to 80% wheat. So what does it all mean for somebody with a moderate gluten allergy? 

Franklin Becker On The Evolution Of Healthy Eating, Gluten-Free Being In Vogue

Little Beet chef wants the masses to eat healthily
Feb 6, 2014 2:00 pm

Franklin Becker knows firsthand about practicing a healthy lifestyle. The chef of New York City's new Midtown health haven Little Beet reveals that his cooking has become progressively healthier since he was diagnosed with Type II diabetes in 1997. We sat down with the chef to talk about how we got to a place where it's cool to eat healthy and, apparently, "in vogue" to eat a gluten-free diet. Yes, we've certainly come a long way.


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