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Fruits & Vegetables

Sweet potatoes are the starchy tuber of a morning glory plant native to South America and are a terrific choice for fighting diabetes as well as...

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Blanching is a term that usually refers to the very brief cooking of a fresh vegetable prior to freezing. Blanching typically involves vegetables rather than other types of food (like fruit or meat) because vegetables are particularly susceptible to...

By "Chef" Pete Updike, Authorized Saladmaster Dealer

Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) is a...

How to Select and Store Tomatoes

There are thousands of different varieties of tomatoes and when you are choosing a tomato look for those with a deep rich color because this is one of...

There are various types of cabbage, including red, green, Savoy, bok choy and Chinese (or Napa) cabbage. It is an excellent source of vitamin C and vitamin K for your raw recipes, and a great source of folate and fiber.

When selecting red or...

When a recipe calls for orange or lemon zest, it means the thin, brightly colored outermost layer of the citrus fruit’s peel. The zest contains most of its aromatic essential oils and is a lively flavor source.

When grating citrus peel, use...

Blanching is a term that usually refers to the very brief cooking of a fresh vegetable prior to freezing. Blanching typically involves vegetables rather than other types of food (like fruit or meat) because vegetables are particularly susceptible to...

By "Chef" Pete Updike, Authorized Saladmaster Dealer

Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) is a...

How to Select and Store Tomatoes

There are thousands of different varieties of tomatoes and when you are choosing a tomato look for those with a deep rich color because this is one of...

There are various types of cabbage, including red, green, Savoy, bok choy and Chinese (or Napa) cabbage. It is an excellent source of vitamin C and vitamin K for your raw recipes, and a great source of folate and fiber.

When selecting red or...

When a recipe calls for orange or lemon zest, it means the thin, brightly colored outermost layer of the citrus fruit’s peel. The zest contains most of its aromatic essential oils and is a lively flavor source.

When grating citrus peel, use...

By "Chef" Pete Updike, Authorized Saladmaster Dealer

Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) is a...

When a recipe calls for orange or lemon zest, it means the thin, brightly colored outermost layer of the citrus fruit’s peel. The zest contains most of its aromatic essential oils and is a lively flavor source.

When grating citrus peel, use...

Blanching is a term that usually refers to the very brief cooking of a fresh vegetable prior to freezing. Blanching typically involves vegetables rather than other types of food (like fruit or meat) because vegetables are particularly susceptible to...

Remember that pans should be at least two-thirds full. Avoid peeling vegetables whenever possible, since much of the vitamins and nutrients are in the skins. Follow this simple two-step process:

  1. Thoroughly...

There are various types of cabbage, including red, green, Savoy, bok choy and Chinese (or Napa) cabbage. It is an excellent source of vitamin C and vitamin K for your raw recipes, and a great source of folate and fiber.

When selecting red or...