Tagged "processed foods"

Cherry Chipotle “Not Ketchup”
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When you make a food product in small batches to sell at farmers markets or directly to consumers online, you can make it pretty much the same way as in your home kitchen. Keeping things unprocessed is relatively easy. But when you’re making a food product in a manufacturing plant in large quantities, a product that has to stay fresh and consistent for months, you have new considerations.

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Posted In: Food For Thought, Sauces, Salsas, & Condiments
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Oats: A Case Study
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Do you know the difference between oat groats, steel cut oats, Scottish oatmeal, oat bran, old fashioned oats, quick oats, and instant oatmeal? (phew, what a list!)

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Posted In: Food For Thought
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“What Kind of Milk Should I Drink?”
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For the sake of this particular discussion, let’s assume you’re not asking whether or not you should drink milk at all, just that you are a generally healthy adult who likes to drink milk, and you’re wondering about which particular type of cow’s milk is the best way to go.

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Posted In: Food Factoids
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From Processed to Unprocessed (Sausage and Pepper Hash)
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In 2010 I spent a year eating #processed. Yes, you read that right.

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Posted In: Breakfast & Brunch, Entrees, Thoughts & Observations
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Pepsico and “Capitalism with a Conscience”
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One of the cornerstones of Indra Nooyi’s message was that we need to have “Capitalism with a Conscience.” Wow, that sure sounds great.

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Posted In: Thoughts & Observations
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In defense of cooking
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The rise in obesity in this country is directly linked to the increased frequency of eating out, and the increased frequency of eating processed foods.

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Posted In: Strategies
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Making Vegetable Stock From Scraps
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A few months back, I was called out for using a prepared vegetable bouillon in a recipe, rather than making stock from scratch. Reader David wisely pointed out that “Homemade is easy, flavourful, healthy, and sustainable.”

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Posted In: How to Make...
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