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    Blood is a respected ingredient around the world, but less so in the U.S. A new book aims to change that.

    Things didn’t go quite as planned. Years later, McLagan, an Australian native who now lives in Toronto, noticed that the squeamishness around cooking with blood persisted in Canada and the United States. So McLagan had a solution: She would write an entire cookbook of recipes incorporating blood, an ingredient that cuisines around the world have long utilized. “If you really think about milk, it’s kind of weird to be drinking it,” McLagan said in January. “And if you think about eggs, it’s kind of weird to be eating them. But they’re just part of our everyday life.” McLagan’s “Blood,” published   Read More

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    10 Celeb Parents Raising Their Kids Vegan

    One of the biggest trends in the food and diet world right now is veganism. This plant-based diet has become so popular among celebrities that they have even made the lifestyle change for their children. RELATED: 10 Celebrities Who Are Secretly Good Cooks Becoming a vegan isn’t an easy thing to do, especially if one has grown up eating meat all their lives. However, these celebrities have taken the plunge and made the drastic change to exclude animal products from their diets. Several of these stars have found that maintaining a vegan diet has helped their overall health and wellness.   Read More

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    Lima man appears on Food Network’s ‘Beat Bobby Flay’

    WICHITA, Kansas — An Elida High School graduate had his 15 minutes of fame on cable TV’s Food Network when he appeared Thursday evening on the popular cooking show “Beat Bobby Flay.” Bill Crites has enjoyed a career as a chef and restaurant manager in places as diverse as Austin, Texas, and Spain but has called Wichita his home for the past six years. He has rubbed shoulders with a diverse and eclectic group of foodies along the way, one of whom ultimately helped him land an appearance on the cable television show. After graduating high school in 2002, Crites   Read More

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    The Cooking Pot in Charlotte Offers Traditional African food

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Esther Ikuru came to Charlotte with her family about 20 years ago from Nigeria and she brought all the rich flavors of her home country with her. What You Need To Know The Cooking Pot serves traditional African Food. Esther Ikuru uses recipes she learned from her mother in Nigeria. The flavors and textures are not changed for an American palette. Six years ago, she opened a tranditional African restaurant called the The Cooking Pot in Charlotte, where she serves up dishes her mother and friends taught her how to cook.  “So that even if you eat   Read More

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    What you can and can’t eat

    A plant-based diet consists mostly of foods like fruits, vegetables, legumes, and whole grains. If you choose a plant-based diet, you should avoid or limit meat, dairy, eggs, and seafood.  A plant-based diet may reduce your risk of diabetes, heart disease, and obesity.   Visit Insider’s Health Reference library for more advice. Whether for health, ethical, environmental, or spiritual reasons, plant-based diets continue to grow in popularity, with nearly 10 million Americans adopting one. Here’s what you need to know about plant-based diets and their potential risks and benefits. What is a plant-based diet? A plant-based diet consists of mostly plant-based   Read More

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    Young pilot helps deliver food to stranded residents on Kelleys Island

    KELLEYS ISLAND, Ohio (WJW) — A young pilot has become a pretty popular guy on Kelleys Island this winter.  Every Friday, he makes a voluntary food run for people who are cut off from the mainland by an ice-covered Lake Erie. Warmer temps bring relief as cold-weary South starts cleanup “I’m just doing it because it’s just a good deed,” said Robby Quinn, 20. Quinn says he first learned to fly a plane when he was in the third grade. Friday, the Bowling Green State University student, who aspires to be a commercial pilot, set out on a weekly mission   Read More

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    Shop THESE 10 healthy food items from Amazon to level up your diet plan

    If there is one thing we all love in unison and is a basic need and want in life that’s food. The right intake of food benefits our body and state of mind. Most often we find catharsis in food by bingeing on them if we are worried, depressed or got nothing else to do. Yup, food is the answer to all our problems. But obesity and weight gain can bring in a new wave of depression. That’s why healthy food that helps you grow stronger and also is tasty enough to melt your heart is important. Here we bring   Read More

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    The Best Food and Cooking Shows On Netflix: What To Watch This 2021

    Photo: Chef’s Table Official Facebook Page By Isabel Martel Francisco February 26, 2021 There is something totally spellbinding about watching people cook and create a dish from start to finish. There is a reason why we love to look at photos of food and watch chefs work. It is because food is medicine for the soul – something healing, soothing and nourishing for the mind and body. Whether you are a top chef yourself or a simple amateur cook, these shows are sure to satisfy your cravings. Newsletters Sign up for our newsletters to get all our top stories delivered.  Read More

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    How to eat a ‘climate friendly’ diet without having to go fully vegan

    Our diets have a climate problem. Even if the world transforms into a green utopia by the middle of the century, global climate targets will be blown out of the water if we do not change what we eat and how we produce that food, according to research by the University of Oxford. Meat and dairy are among the prime culprits, responsible for around 14 per cent of all global greenhouse gas emissions. Studies have repeatedly shown that vegan and vegetarian diets are vastly better for the planet. But becoming a vegan is not the only way to eat   Read More

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    Staten Island mom sues baby food companies that reportedly have ‘dangerous levels’ of heavy metals in their products

    STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — A Staten Island mom has sued five companies that appeared on a government report’s list of baby food businesses recently found to have “dangerous levels” of heavy metals in their products. Michelle Walls filed a lawsuit in the U.S. Eastern District of New York this week against Beech-Nut, Hain, Nurture, Gerber and Plum after the U.S. House of Representatives released a report that found the five companies, along with two others, were producing foods with high levels of arsenic, lead, cadmium and mercury, the complaint indicates. Walls has been almost exclusively feeding her son, identified in   Read More

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