With the busy-ness of the past couple of months, I’ve been finding myself in more and more of a food rut. I’ve been eating reasonably healthfully in general, but I feel like I’m eating the same foods over and over again. I need to get excitement and variety back into my meals!
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A couple of weeks ago, reader Jodi Stone contacted me and asked if I would share her story of how she feeds her family. I’d been waiting for the right time to share her story, and today’s the day.
I have something embarrassing to admit. Although I’m a huge fan of farmers’ markets — and have promoted them quite a bit on this here blog — until today I had never actually been to my local farmers’ market.
Diane Eblin encourages people to eat real food by shopping for “ingredients, not food.” Today she offers some ideas to help if you’re making changes in your diet, whether by choice or necessity.
Today Melissa Ortiz and Jenn DiPiazza Campus have teamed up to discuss the cost-effectiveness of eating local and organic by sharing some of their personal experiences and research from two different sides of the country.
Here’s a quick reference guide to which fruits are peaking each month throughout the year.
The Environmental Working Group ranks 49 fruits and vegetables according to pesticide content (retained in the food itself, not necessarily how much is actually used in production).
“Natural” is an essentially meaningless, largely unregulated term in the food industry.