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Grandma’s Galumpkis

April 30, 2014 Tessa Nguyen

Galumpkis (pronounced “gwumpkis”), also known as stuffed cabbage, are a staple in many Polish households. These are one of the first foods I remember eating as a kid. My Hungarian grandmother made these for her

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5 Myths About Nutrition and Breast Cancer

April 29, 2014 Cara Anselmo

In my work in oncology nutrition, I've heard these five statements from both patients and healthcare providers alike. Following are brief explanations to help clarify what’s sensible and evidence-based, versus what’s unfounded. 1. “Women who

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Seaweed: A Common Japanese Ingredient

April 25, 2014 Melinda Boyd

Before moving to Japan my thoughts on eating seaweed were “gross,” “yuck” and “why.”  Being a dietitian, I actually knew the answer to “why,” but my question was more like, “Why would they put that

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Foods to Avoid When Stressed

April 24, 2014 Meg Dowell

We’ve all experienced stress symptoms: sweaty palms, racing heartbeat, even headaches and loss of appetite. It’s enough to make you wonder why your mind and body won’t seem to cooperate no matter how many times

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Tempting Tempeh: An Alternative Protein Source

April 23, 2014 Maria Tadic, RD

As plant-based eating patterns have become increasingly popular, interest in alternative, vegetarian protein sources has also increased. Tofu and other soy products are now commonplace in most supermarkets and are great for a quick meatless

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Thank You for Smoking

April 22, 2014 Jessie Erwin

Product Reviewed: Demeyere Stovetop Smoker Every so often, you notice that a new kitchen tool has changed the way you think about home cooking. Instead of putting it in the pantry and forgetting about it,

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Deviled Eggs 3 Ways

April 18, 2014 Carlene Thomas

‏Deviled eggs are one of my favorite party appetizer foods, but it’s something I never make for myself. And perhaps that’s what makes them seem so special to me. Since eggs are the epitome of

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Hot Spots to Track Food and Nutrition News

April 17, 2014 Diane Quagliani

How do you keep up on the latest food and nutrition news? That was a question discussed by supermarket dietitians at the recent Oldways Supermarket Dietitian Symposium in Scottsdale, AZ. Tracking news and trends can

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FODMAP-friendly Banana Flax Smoothie

April 16, 2014 Angela Lemond

Did you know Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) affects between 25 and 45 million Americans? It affects women more than men, and it can be fairly debilitating for some people. The symptoms of IBS include abdominal

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School Nutrition Teams Get Inspired

April 10, 2014 Pam Dannon

Many of the initiatives to improve school food require training updates for child nutrition services teams. Fresh produce storage and preparation, knife skills and the use of dried and fresh herbs may be just a

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Morocco in My Kitchen: My Tagine Love Affair

April 10, 2014 EA Stewart

Product Reviewed: Emile Henry Tagine Step in to my home, decorated with vibrantly colored tiles, arches leading into almost every room, and Moorish iron scroll work adorning my railings and staircases, and you will have