Uncanned and Unbelievably Delicious

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Few culinary traditions labor under as great a misconception as sushi does. Yes, most sushi is served with raw ingredients. Sushi, however, does not mean raw fish. (Although I think sushi made with raw fish is utterly lovely.) Sushi simply refers to a mode of preparation, namely to serve raw or cooked seafood or veggies […]

Healthy Protein Food Sources

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Protein can help you shed those unwanted pounds and keep your belly full. But it’s important to eat the right amount and the right kind of protein to get the health benefits. Seafood Seafood is an excellent source of protein because it’s usually low in fat. Fish such as salmon is a little higher in […]

Enjoying Your Shrimp Wisely – Scrambled Eggs with Wild Shrimp

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One of the many wonderful things about the world of food – perhaps the most wonderful – is that the stuff that tastes the best is also the stuff that’s the best quality and the most sustainable. I’m talking grass-fed beef, eggs from pastured hens, well- managed wild seafood, etc. People who think about the […]

Types Of Food Poisoning To Watch Out For

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Most of us choose to eat what tastes good to our personal palates, but too often our choices promote neither health nor well-being. A decade ago when the National Consumers League asked its members if they had once been a victim of food poisoning, 44 percent responded yes. And its only gotten worse. Even foods […]

Soups: QUICK AND EASY CIOPPINO and PHO (A Thai Twist)

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QUICK AND EASY CIOPPINO (adapted from www.epicurious.com) Cioppino, a luscious tomato broth loaded with fish and seafood, makes an impressive winter meal for company…and once you get over the fear factor, it’s actually quite easy to prepare! 1 fennel bulb, stalks discarded and bulb cut lengthwise into 6 wedges 1 medium onion quartered 3 garlic […]