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Keep Produce at Eye Level

Vegetables happen to be one food group that virtually every health expert agrees is beneficial for heart and digestive health. Store whatever produce you have on hand at eye level in the fridge or on the counter in order to keep it top-of-mind … Continue reading

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Expiration Date

“Is __________ still good?” “[Sniiiiiff]…yeah, good enough.” So goes many an exchange in our house ever since a trip to the grocery store began to take on the significance of a trip abroad. A half-squishy bunch of parsley is no … Continue reading

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What the Hell are Squash Blossoms? 

Squash Blossoms were a big deal in my pantry box recently, and one I made a stink about as mine had not arrived in my box. They sent a nice email explaining why, and they were indeed delivered bright and … Continue reading

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What the Hell is Red Cabbage Rapini?

Over my shoulder I heard “Really, they sent you dead flowers?” I had to admit the Red Cabbage Rapini did look like a gothic bouquet of flowers, leaving me to ask, “What the hell is Red Cabbage Rapini”? A quick … Continue reading

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Spaghetti

The text read “Bringing a friend home- what’s for dinner?” I took a quick at the island, peeped in the pantry, and looked in the fridge. I saw mushrooms that needed to be used, defrosted meatballs, and a half a … Continue reading

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