It seems like people are using coconut oil for everything these days, from frying up fresh veggies to making raw food energy bites and even slathering it on as a nighttime moisturizing mask.
Variety is the spice of life—but when it comes to cooking, spices add life to many dishes. The right herbs and seasonings can elevate a recipe to something truly special, and could also have some added benefits for the person enjoying the meal.
Whether or not you have a nagging sweet tooth, you’ve probably heard a lot of talk about alternative sweeteners lately.
Rice is a staple in many worldly cuisines and the one food that feeds more than half the global population. For such a small grain, rice has had a huge impact on humans throughout history.
With gluten-free eating on the rise, the desire to find alternative grain solutions continues to grow. And we’re here to tell you it’s ok to branch out from brown rice or stray from quinoa. In fact, there are many grains and seeds rooted in ancient cultures that are finding their way back onto the plate, ...
Politics. Religion. Money. Hemp. All fall under “things not to talk about at the dinner table.” While the first three make sense, it’s strange that a plant that has been used since the dawn of humanity and has more than 25,000 known applications can still be so misunderstood today.
The alternative sweeteners space can be confusing, but it stems from a very clear problem: many of us eat way too much refined sugar. So what’s the best option if you’re trying to ditch the stuff for good? Unfortunately, there isn’t a simple answer. But Thrive Market’s line of ethically sourced, top-quality sweeteners has a ...
Try this ingredient swap to make your Game Day recipes vegan.
There’s a reason why words like indulgent and rich often describe chocolate—eating it is quite an experience. And it’s not as bad for you as you might believe.
Breakfast might be the most important meal of the day, but it’s not always the healthiest. Take granola, one of the simplest options for mornings when you hit the snooze button one too many times. Most store-bought granolas are made with a combination of five classic components: grains, nuts or seeds, sweeteners, oil, and salt.
Eat your veggies. That’s what doctors, nutritionists, and parents the world over have been saying for decades. And clearly they were onto something as research continues to uncover new ways that vegetables can help improve human health and allow people to thrive. But what about broccoli vs. cauliflower?
Making healthy eating choices can be complicated. Golden rules like “eat more vegetables” and “consume fewer processed foods” are great, but do little to clear up the confusion that often pops up as soon as you pull out your pots and pans.
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