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How to Cook Salmon

How to Cook Salmon

Few things are more delicious and refreshing than a hearty dish of salmon. Not only does it taste amazing when grilled, added to a fresh salad, or mixed in with a noodle or grain, it’s incredibly h...

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How Going Organic Could Save the Pandas, Elephants, and Other Endangered Species

How Going Organic Could Save the Pandas, Elephants, and Other Endangered Species

In case you need another reason to support organic food and fight the use of pesticides in our food supply, here’s a doozy: it could save the pandas.

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A Strike Against Transparency: USDA Ends 'Country of Origin' Labeling for Beef and Pork

A Strike Against Transparency: USDA Ends 'Country of Origin' Labeling for Beef and Pork

Maybe you haven’t noticed, but head to the supermarket and browse the meat cooler, paying close attention to the labels.

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The 5-Second Rule Actually Applies ... But Only to Some Foods

The 5-Second Rule Actually Applies ... But Only to Some Foods

Growing up Italian, there weren't a lot of rules in the kitchen. Nonni was pretty lax about washing produce, didn't care much about how round (or not) her meatballs were, and using precise measurem...

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A Win for Transparency: Nutrition Research Group Backed by Coca-Cola Disbands

A Win for Transparency: Nutrition Research Group Backed by Coca-Cola Disbands

When the chairman of the nutrition department at Harvard's School of Public Health condemns you for spreading “scientific nonsense”, you know the jig is up. 

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New Antibiotic-Resistant Gene Found in Pigs: Another Reason to Go Organic?

New Antibiotic-Resistant Gene Found in Pigs: Another Reason to Go Organic?

Could a bite of a fatty, tasty pork chop or juicy carnitas alter the body’s resistance to critical life-saving antibiotics? According to new research out of China, yes. Authors of a recent study...

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The Surprising Guide To the Real Shelf Life of Refrigerated Food

The Surprising Guide To the Real Shelf Life of Refrigerated Food

In cities like Los Angeles or San Francisco, that dream apartment or incredible house for rent might come with one caveat: there’s a gaping hole in the kitchen where a refrigerator should be.

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Kitchen Hack: How to Cook The Best Steak You've Ever Had

Kitchen Hack: How to Cook The Best Steak You've Ever Had

Imagine sitting down to a romantic candlelit dinner. Everything is perfect: The wine is open to breathe, the salad is gently dressed, and the dinner rolls are hot from the oven.

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Kitchen Hack: The Best Way to Store Fresh Fruits and Vegetables

Kitchen Hack: The Best Way to Store Fresh Fruits and Vegetables

There's nothing more disheartening than gleefully taking that big, juicy, fire engine red tomato out of the fridge, only to discover it tastes like...nothing.

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Kitchen Hack: How to Cook Fish Perfectly Every Time

Kitchen Hack: How to Cook Fish Perfectly Every Time

Though a pristine piece of fish can seem daunting to the novice, cooking a medium-rare fillet with beautifully crisp skin is actually much simpler than it seems.

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5 Shocking Ways You're Contaminating Your Kitchen

5 Shocking Ways You're Contaminating Your Kitchen

Cooking is a dirty business. Think about it: butchering or chopping meat can be a bloody mess, grease splatters all over the stove, and baking—impossible to do without leaving a fine dusting of flo...

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Are These 4 Common Cooking Tools Contaminating Your Kitchen?

Are These 4 Common Cooking Tools Contaminating Your Kitchen?

Here's a breakfast bummer. Before taking a bite of a fried egg, think for a second: Just how old is that non-stick pan it was cooked on?

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