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    How to get free coffee from Dunkin’ Donuts on National Coffee Day 2021

    You can get free coffee from Dunkin’ Donuts during National Coffee Day 2021 on Wednesday. Here’s how to get the deal. Wednesday, September 29th is a made-up day for coffee lovers to enjoy even more of their favourite hot beverage on their commute to work. A number of restaurants and chains are participating by giving out freebies and discounts for customers. Here’s how to get free coffee from Dunkin’ Donuts, as well as how to find other deals elsewhere. Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images How to get free coffee from Dunkin’ Donuts Dunkin’ Donuts is giving free coffee to all   Read More

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    How to get free coffee on National Coffee Day at Starbucks, Panera and more

    (NEXSTAR) – Americans are much more pleasant after their first cups of coffee, especially when the coffee is free. Several national chains are celebrating National Coffee Day on Wednesday, Sept. 29, by giving away free coffee (or other perks and pick-me-ups) for undercaffeinated customers across the country. The deals — to be redeemed at shops including Starbucks, Dunkin’ and more — come at just the right time, too. According to an annual study conducted by the National Coffee Association (NCA), data shows that Americans are returning to the drive-thru in droves after a dip in demand during the early stages   Read More

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    Did you know that October is National Vegetarian Month? | News, Sports, Jobs

    October is autumn. It’s falling leaves. It’s cool, rainy days. October is Halloween. Spooky monsters and sweet treats. October is apple harvest. Apple crisp. Apple pie. Apple cider donuts. Apple everything. And October is also National Vegetarian Month. How shall we celebrate? Plant-based diets, veganism and vegetarianism are on the rise around the world. New products are popping up all the time — and even McDonald’s, home of the hamburger, is launching a McPlant menu. Analysts predict the plant-based food market to grow by 12% in the next five years. Grain and Bean Salad (Provided photo — Yvona Fast) First,   Read More

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    National Nutrition Week: Can a plant-based diet help reduce the risk of Covid?

    A recent study published by the online journal BMJ Nutrition – Prevention & Health showed that a plant-based and pescatarian (fish) diet could potentially reduce the risk of Covid infection. But to what extent is it true for the world population? Minal Shah, senior nutrition therapist at Fortis Hospital, Mulund says that it is important to first understand the different kinds of diets and how they impact our health. “A vegetarian diet is a healthy diet that may lower LDL cholesterol levels and blood pressure. It can reduce the incidence of hypertension, metabolic disease, including obesity and type-2 diabetes,   Read More

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  • Food News

    Massive new food festival brings national culinary stars to Houston

    A massive new food festival is coming to Houston this summer. The eyes of the culinary world will be on Houston from August 21-September 5 when Commune takes over the Heights House Hotel. Organized by the Indie Chefs Community, a Texas-based group known for its multi-course collaboration dinners that showcase up-and-coming culinary talent, Commune will bring over 200 chefs to Houston for a series of pop-ups, dinners, and other happenings. The preliminary roster includes Food & Wine Best New Chefs, James Beard Award winners, former Top Chef contestants, and more. Overall, 45-percent self-identify as female and 40-percent   Read More

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  • Food & Cooking

    When your 20 city national tour is canceled, cook vegan

    Before the pandemic, Hugh Augustine was ready to hit the road on a 20 city national tour to promote his new album. Unable to travel, Augustine tapped into his “secret talent” of cooking and improving vegan recipes he’d been making for the last three years. He describes the Leimert Park and Baldwin Hills communities, where he lives and was raised, as a food desert. He sees his cooking as a form of activism, bringing healthy and nutritious eating to the community. Every Friday he’s dishing out Hugh’s Hot Bowls in Leimert Park.  Hugh Augustine tells KCRW:  “I represent the Leimert   Read More

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    Michigan National Guard soldiers served bad food while guarding U.S. Capitol

    Washington — Soldiers with the Michigan National Guard are complaining about bad food they’ve been served while providing security at the U.S. Capitol, ranging from undercooked meat to contaminated food. The complaints reached members of the Michigan congressional delegation and Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, whose office said she called Acting Secretary of the Army John E. Whitley about the problem on Feb. 17 — nearly two weeks ago — as soon as the first reports of the food were received. The governor was assured the problem would be corrected, and guard officials last week told lawmakers the issue had been resolved.   Read More

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    Whistleblower reveals poor food quality making Michigan National Guard members sick

    (WXYZ) — There’s a disturbing problem facing Michigan National Guard troops guarding the U.S. Capitol – their food. UPDATE: Sen. Peters calls on National Guard to terminate food contract, provide per diem for MI soldiersA whistleblower is telling 7 Action News nearly 75 meals were thrown out Sunday after metal shavings were found, other meals showed up undercooked making soldiers sick. A staff sergeant with the Michigan National Guard, whose identity 7 Action News is protecting, says the problem is not isolated. “Yesterday, for instance, there were 74 different meals found with raw beef in them,” the sergeant said.   Read More

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    Lawmakers raise concerns over reports of National Guard troops being served ‘raw, moldy food’ at Capitol

    “Recently, there have been several reports regarding the poor quality of food that is being provided to these service members,” the lawmakers wrote. “Michigan National Guard members stationed in our nation’s capital have repeatedly and personally brought these concerns directly to our offices and to the leadership of the National Guard. These reports include meals being provided that are badly undercooked, raw, moldy, and even filled with metal shavings.” The 14 Michigan House members who signed the letter blamed the poor food service on contractors hired to support the federal response to secure the Capitol and said some guardsmen   Read More

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    Jen Nation: National City nonprofit rises to the occasion

    We can say a lot of things about 2020, and most of them probably aren’t very positive. I’ve spent a great deal of time searching for silver linings amid a year of uncertainty, civil unrest, social injustices and blatant health inequity. However, I’ve discovered it isn’t hard to find things to be thankful for if you look in the right spots. And I am most thankful that I found so many silver linings through witnessing the resiliency of a community. As an executive director of a nonprofit in National City, one of the hardest-hit communities both from the COVID-19 pandemic   Read More

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