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    3 Vegetarian Recipes That Changed My Cooking

    A few weeks ago, a friend sent me the cutest photo of her sweet, pudgy-cheeked baby eating a bit of kale-sauce pasta. The baby was in a high chair, grinning before the wreckage of her dinner — green sauce on her face and hands, bits of pasta up to her elbows. Now that baby knows how to enjoy her food, I thought with admiration. A bunch of just-boiled greens, still hot and dripping wet, puréed with a little fried garlic, grated cheese and olive oil becomes such a crowd pleaser when you toss it with pasta. You can even   Read More

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    Why many Americans have drastically changed their diet in the last five years

    One in five Americans say their diet is radically different now compared to what it was like in 2015, research indicates.  In a new survey of 2,000 U.S. residents, 19% believe that what they eat on a regular basis has changed significantly within the last five years. Those who switched the menu up for themselves did so due to shifts in their health and dietary needs (41%), much more so than their personal tastes (35%) or environmental concerns (19%). Meanwhile, another 53% believe that their food choices have remained more or less the same — in part, perhaps, because three-fourths   Read More

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    My Wake-Up Call for Healthier Habits — I Changed My Life With Type 2 Diabetes

    My Journey Toward Self-Acceptance With Type 2 Diabetes WebMD Feature By Eric Adams, as told to Kara Mayer Robinson My journey started in 2016, when I had severe discomfort in my stomach that I later learned was an ulcer. I also had vision loss and nerve damage in my hand. The real discovery was when I was told the cause was advanced type 2 diabetes. Recommended Related to Diabetes Your Diabetes Menu Plan How do you get all the nutrition you need in a day while still being mindful of calories and carbs? The secret   Read More

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    How Covid-19 changed what Ireland eats and cooks

    Irish people are cooking more at home, and from scratch with fresh ingredients, since the beginning of Covid19, and how we shop for food, cook and eat has changed significantly, according to an international survey led by Queen’s University Belfast and National University of Ireland Galway. Lead researcher Dr Fiona Lavelle from the Institute for Global Food Security (IGFS) at Queen’s says: “Before the pandemic, we were cooking less and less. Research suggests a decline was under way in home cooking, cooking skills and confidence in a number of countries including the UK, US, Canada and Australia. Public health agencies   Read More

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    9 ways COVID-19 changed the way we eat

    2020 saw massive upheaval in how we live, work, play — and dine. The pandemic and its fallout resulted in changes in every aspect of our lives. Among the biggest shifts? How we eat. It’s hard to even remember a time when we would just pop into a local restaurant to meet a group of friends for dinner, or throw an impromptu dinner party at home. Instead, this became the year of carryout and curbside, delivery and subscription, and above all, cooking. Here’s a look at some of the trends that emerged out of this most bizarre of years. 1.   Read More

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    Telegraph food writers and chefs reveal how 2020 changed the way we eat

    You’d be forgiven for wanting to brush this year swiftly under the carpet and plough straight into 2021, leaving faded memories of fresh vegetable shortages, pasta stockpiling and store-cupboard cooking well behind you. But what of all the family dinners and virtual cook-alongs, and the nation’s collective effort – once the stockpiling finally dwindled – to shop more mindfully and support local businesses? For many people, 2020 was the year that mealtimes with all members of the household around the table became a regular event, and one in which children were encouraged to take an interest in the kitchen. Previously   Read More

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    Watch now: How COVID changed up Thanksgiving plans in Decatur | Food and Cooking

    Water Street Mission volunteer Deb McCammack stands at the ready on Thursday to serve the packaged Thanksgiving meals, prepared by Vinnie Barbee, to those in need. Donnette Beckett The volunteers prepared more than 100 lunches. “We’ve got plenty of food,” Barbee said shortly after volunteers began serving. Barbee said the annual event is important to him and his community. “This is my town,” he said. The COVID-19 positivity rate has risen in the past few weeks, a statistic Barbee has seen among the community. “It is not our friend,” he said about the virus. “But it’s not going to stop   Read More

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    7 Ways the Pandemic Has Changed How We Shop for Food

    When the coronavirus hit, even the most enthusiastic cooks had to adjust to a new, more complicated relationship with their kitchens. For the first time in a generation, Americans began spending more money at the supermarket than at places where someone else made the food. Grocers saw eight years of projected sales growth packed into one month. Shopping trends that were in their infancy were turbocharged. The six-month shift has been a behavioral scientist’s dream. Shoppers began by building bomb-shelter pantries. Then came a nostalgia phase, with bowls of Lucky Charms and boxes of Little Debbies offering throwback comfort. Soon,   Read More

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    Ayesha Curry Says She Recently Totally Changed Her Perspective On Food

    Photo credit: Christine Giordano From Women’s Health Ayesha Curry is a boss. While growing her family, she also casually built an empire. The mother of three—who’s married to NBA superstar Steph Curry—had made a name for herself as a cookbook author, restaurant owner, and meal-kit and cookware entrepreneur (and that’s just the beginning). Considering how many projects she’s juggling, Ayesha’s ball skills rival Steph’s. Whether she’s partnering with No Kid Hungry or working with her husband on their nonprofit Eat. Learn. Play., Ayesha is on a mission to live well—and help others do the same. Unsurprisingly, for Ayesha, a   Read More

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