15 Ways to Use and Cook with Canned Beans

Beans are the ultimate convenience food: Inexpensive, shelf-stable, filling, and flavorful, they’re ready when you are to whip up easy meals in…

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How To Protect Your Health During a Pandemic

We are in a unique time, and it’s likely that many of you are feeling anxious, scared, and tired, seeking more predictability…

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Your Grocery Shortlist: Top-20 Quarantine Must-Haves

Heading to the grocery store during the COVID-19 pandemic? First things first: There’s no need to hoard. If you’ve noticed empty shelves…

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Ingredient IQ: Lettuce

There are many varieties of lettuce out there, but most kinds that you’ll see in the grocery store fall into one of…

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Ingredient IQ: Shallots

Editor’s Note: In January 2019, the Institute of Culinary Education launched the Natural Gourmet Center, a plant-centric and wellness-driven culinary arts program….

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Ingredient IQ: Artichokes

Underneath their prickly exterior, artichokes provide plenty of fiber (7 grams per medium artichoke) and more disease-thwarting antioxidant activity than any other…

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Ingredient IQ: Fennel

Here’s everything you need to know about fennel, a bulbous vegetable with a unique flavor profile that is a favorite ingredient in…

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Air Fryer 101 (Plus Recipes to Try)

The air fryer is one of the hottest healthy cooking appliances to hit the market in recent years, and for good reason:…

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How to Make a Buddha Bowl

Here’s everything you need to know to prepare and enjoy a Buddha bowl.   First off…just what is a Buddha bowl? Buddha bowl…

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Ingredient IQ: Date Paste

As a healthy alternative to sugar in recipes, date paste owes everything to the fruit it’s made from. Date palms grow in…

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Instant Pot 101

From soups to pilafs, the Instant Pot and other multicookers can deepen flavors while drastically reducing cooking time for a variety of…

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How to Make the Best Homemade Vegan Pizza

Vegan pizza is nothing new: In Virgil’s Aeneid (written around 30 B.C.), weary travelers top “thin wheaten cakes” with fruits, veggies, and…

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