Topic: Food

Growing

Growing Together

America has a long history of gardening. From the earliest inhabitants who grew food for survival to the victory gardens in the world wars, present

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farmers market

March to the Markets

March is national nutrition month, and a great way to improve your health is to eat more fruits and vegetables. Southern Oregon’s hospitable climate allows

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Maple Galzed

Sensational Sprouts

Anyone who’s puzzled over the popularity of Brussels sprouts can blame bacon. Chefs agree that bacon was behind any number of food trends over the

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mediterranean diet

Join the Med Club

In January, U.S. News and World Report released its annual ranking of the world’s best diets for 2020 and named the Mediterranean diet as No.

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Mediterranean Meals

Mediterranean Meals

Visit any country with a Mediterranean coastline and the key ingredients of its cooking are on prominent display. “There was such a plethora of fruits

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dungeness crab

Creamy Crab and Egg Bake

Lovers of Oregon’s signature shellfish no doubt felt a tad crabby over its delayed arrival. After a month of waiting for the state’s approval, commercial

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Shroom Boom

’Shroom Boom

A superfood trend that’s mushroomed in the past year shows no sign of slowing down, say nutrition experts. Mushrooms are moving from mealtime enjoyment into

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Soothing Sipper

Soothing Sipper

Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, this mild mood booster is known to promote weight loss, prevent heart attacks and ward off cancer. While the health benefits of

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Fire Cider

Samantha Roberts of Home and Hearth Herbs in Ashland recommends fire cider to boost the immune system. It is easy to make at home or

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Mealtime Macros

Mealtime Macros

Cutting carbs, say health and fitness experts, cuts out the majority of vital nutrients available to the human body. Carbohydrates, in the big dietary picture,

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Veggie recipes

Fall for Vegetables

From moms and doctors and the government, the message is clear: eat your veggies. And eat a lot of them. Current guidelines recommend adults eat

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Soul Food

Soul Food

Nutrition for the body, in ancient Indian philosophy, is secondary to nourishment of the soul. Essential to Ayurveda are the in food, from the moment

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Cooking 101

Cooking 101

Leaving the nest also means leaving the comforts of home, including the kitchen. Parents who want to help their kids make the leap should avoid

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Know Your Nuts

When it comes to nuts, there are nearly no nutritional negatives.  “There’s really not a bad nut,” says April Church, Asante’s lead registered dietitian. “They

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hotandsour3

HOT AND SOUR FISH SOUP

Ingredients:  16 ounces cod or other firm fleshed fish such as halibut or catfish (deboned and cubed) 6 cups chicken or vegetable stock 2 cups

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Sept. 2020 TOC:

  • Take to the River: Social distance on the water
  • Menobelly & Metabolism: Hormone changes and weight gain during menopause
  • Flexible & Functional: How KT tape works with the body to offer support and lessen pain
  • This Little Piggy: With the proper care, guinea pigs can be an endearing home companion
  • Pump Up and Push Through: Pushup variations build upper body strength
  • Mama Mia, Zucchini! 5 ways to enjoy abundant zucchini and summer squash
  • The Skinny on Sweeteners: Choosing natural sugars can have health benefits