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Color coded

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Although there are some notable exceptions (anything that begins with “red velvet,” for starters), many beloved red foods are rich in nutrients—especially heart-healthy ones. And if you hone in on red

Ayurvedic Comfort Foods

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Ayurveda—a holistic healing system developed thousands of years ago in South Asia—focuses on balancing body, mind, and spirit to promote health. Its culinary branch is one to embrace, especially in wi
The food industry is shifting. There’s a growing number of people taking issue with food manufacturing practices. Buzzwords such as ethics and sustainability routinely pepper newscasts and food articl

Your CBD Schedule

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In The CBD Kitchen, Leah Vanderveldt explains why you may want to enjoy CBD-infused eats at different times of day. The time of day you choose to take CBD is entirely up to you. Some people prefer it
The onigirazu or “sushi sandwich” is a contemporary sibling to onigiri and a brilliant invention: rice plus whatever fillings you like folded into a whole nori sheet like a package. You don’t need to
This 5-day lunch plan is filled with healthy snacks that your kids will adore. Day 1Dips: mashed avocado sprinkled with hemp hearts and lime juice; hummusCrackers for dippingSliced crunchy veggies for
 Once in a while, a cookbook comes along that makes you think, “I would actually make all these recipes. And I’m starting tonight!” If you’re really lucky, that same cookbook will offer new insights
It’s now well recognized that healthy fats are an important part of a good diet. Wisely sourced oils such as coconut oil, cold-pressed non-GMO canola oil, cold-pressed camelina oil, avocado oil, flaxs

Made with matcha

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With its eye-catching color and palate-arresting flavor, it’s no wonder matcha green tea powder has staying power on your Instagram feed. It’s the OG cup of green goodness—the forerunner of the celery