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    7 meal prep services in metro Phoenix for vegan, Asian and soul food

    Was your New Year’s resolution to eat less meat? Eat less fast food and more home-cooked meals? Or maybe you’re looking to support small, local businesses with the food you choose. Meal prepping is one of the changes that could help you achieve your eating goals, especially if you don’t make time to cook every day. Let local metro Phoenix chefs take care of the ingredient shopping, cooking and even delivery straight to your home. Whether you’re trying to diversify your diet or simply remember to eat breakfast, here are seven companies in metro Phoenix that offer meal prep services.   Read More

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    Racism targets Asian food, business during COVID-19 pandemic

    As the coronavirus spread throughout the U.S., bigotry toward Asian Americans was not far behind, fueled by the news that COVID-19 first appeared in China. Some initial evidence suggested the virus began in bats, which infected another animal that may have spread it to people at one of Wuhan, China’s “wet markets.” Such markets sell fresh meat, fish and vegetables, and some also sell live animals, such as chickens, that are butchered on site to ensure freshness for consumers. The information quickly got distorted in the U.S., spurring racist memes on social media that portrayed Chinese people as bat eaters   Read More

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    South Asian Americans face disproportionately higher risks of heart disease, other cardiovascular ailments

    Acharya, now 54, thought of his late father and his many uncles who have had heart problems. “It’s part of my genetics, for sure,” he said. South Asian Americans — people with roots in Nepal, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan and the Maldives — have a disproportionately higher risk of heart disease and other cardiovascular ailments. Worldwide, South Asians account for 60 percent of all heart disease cases, even though — at 2 billion people — they make up only a quarter of the planet’s population. In the United States, more attention is being focused on these risks for   Read More

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    From Tofu Puffs with Asian Vegan Mushroom Sauce to Southwest Quinoa Salad: 10 Vegan Recipes that Went Viral Last Week!

    When everyone’s got their eyes on a recipe, you know it must have something special that you will want to try! That’s the case for these 10 vegan viral recipes that went viral last week. They’re some of the best, and trust us when we say that you don’t want to miss out on these incredible viral recipes creations from our bloggers! We also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  — with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest plant-based recipe resource to help you get healthy! And, don’t forget to check out our Popular Trends Archives! 1.   Read More

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    Maine, local, Indian, Asian, chicken, butter, cooking

    Joe Ricchio’s at home in “My 70’s Kitchen” and cooking up a storm. PORTLAND, Maine — Joe Ricchio is a familiar face in the 207 studio, often stopping by to discuss his latest food journey – whether it be the best barbeque in Maine, or the finest off-the-beaten-path diners across the state. Joe knows food, and writes and reviews food and restaurants for local publications as well as Bon Appetit and Boston Magazine. He is also the colorful host of The Food Coma podcast. His latest endeavor is a cookies series called “My Seventies Kitchen” (wait til you see   Read More

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    As food deserts are exacerbated by COVID-19, Asian Americans suffering cultural drought

    Every week, the local nonprofit API Forward Movement packs hundreds of 5-pound tote bags filled with locally grown produce like bok choy, napa cabbage, daikon and Chinese eggplant in their Downtown Los Angeles office. They deliver the bags to hospitals, churches and community groups throughout L.A. County, where local families in need of fresh vegetables amid the pandemic can pick them up. For some Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders who live in Los Angeles’ food deserts — areas that may be abundant in fast-food chains but lack access to the fresh and affordable produce that grocery stores and food markets   Read More

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    For Asian Americans, food deserts encompass both income and culture

    Every week, the local nonprofit API Forward Movement packs hundreds of 5-pound tote bags filled with locally grown produce like bok choy, napa cabbage, daikon and Chinese eggplant in their Downtown Los Angeles office. They deliver the bags to hospitals, churches and community groups throughout L.A. County, where local families in need of fresh vegetables amid the pandemic can pick them up. For some Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders who live in Los Angeles’ food deserts — areas that may be abundant in fast-food chains but lack access to the fresh and affordable produce that grocery stores and food markets   Read More

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