You can’t cook without salt. Professional chefs and home cooks know this to be true, but which salt is best, and what is the difference between kosher salt and sea salt? These are two of the most popular salts in recipes, but they’re not always interchangeable. Keep reading to learn when to add a pinch ...
Turmeric may be trendy, but it’s been used for generations both as a cooking spice and as a medicinal herbal remedy. The crown jewel of Indian spices, turmeric is even said to be beneficial to dogs! While there are many ways to enjoy this golden wonder, here are the best ways to use turmeric from ...
Google has this handy little widget, now. Search any medical term, and, on the results page, a sidebar pops up, running down the basics of the disease or ailment.
If you’ve picked up a bag of Thrive Market superfoods, you’ve probably noticed a small warning label on the package… that’s the Prop. 65 warning label. And now you’re probably wondering, is it safe to eat food with a p65 warning? It might look off-putting, but the reason it’s there isn’t frightening at all.
At first glance, flaxseeds are pretty unassuming. The brown, slightly shiny seeds are tiny—less than 1/4 of an inch long—and have a neutral, slightly nutty flavor. They aren’t exactly screaming ‘eat me,’ but if you care about your health, that’s just what you should be doing.
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