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Posted by Editor on October 17, 2014

Food is the essence of my social life, profession, and health. This time of year, each week is organized around trips to the farmer’s markets and farms located in my area. For myself and many others, this routine is not just a hobby—it’s a lifestyle. Just recently I read a real estate article that explained the trendy concept of marketing residences for “foodies.” Some homes are being advertised not only for their kitchens, but also for their proximity to the best farmer’s markets and grocery stores!

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Posted by Lilian on October 10, 2014

LET’S HAVE A TASTE of mindfulness.

Take an apple out of your refrigerator. Any apple will do. Wash it. Dry it. Before taking a bite, pause for a moment. Look at the apple in your palm and ask yourself: When I eat an apple, am I really enjoying eating it? Or am I so preoccupied with other thoughts that I miss the delights that the apple offers me?

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Posted by Editor on September 26, 2014


Food knowledge is not just trendy these days but a form of social, physical, and personal empowerment. My acupuncturist states that “food is your first medicine” as it gives one the nutrition essentials for health maintenance. In my next few blog offerings I am going to share with you some of my personal tips on changing your kitchen into a place of education, contemplation, and personal development.

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Posted by Editor on September 12, 2014

 

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Posted by Editor on August 29, 2014

At first the transition is gradual--each day a bit shorter, each night a bit cooler. Though before you know it, the leaves have turned color and a brand new season is upon us. As we go through the motions of each day, it's easy to forget that all things are impermanent, and the different seasons of the year serve as an excellent reminder to enjoy every moment.

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Posted by Editor on August 8, 2014

By Susan Guillory

Mushrooms are often referred to as vegetables, but did you know that technically they are a fungus? They grow from spores rather than seeds and are parasites that feed off of decaying vegetable matter like tree stumps. Ancient cultures have long understood the medicinal qualities of mushrooms, and they are now popular in our Western dishes for their savory taste, due to the naturally occurring flavoring agent, monosodium glutamate.

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Posted by Lilian on August 1, 2014

“Choose whole grains instead of refined grains.

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Posted by Lilian on July 25, 2014

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Posted by Lilian on July 18, 2014

Take a moment to think about cooking with your favorite herb. Are its leaves small and round, or are they broad and jagged? What scent does it leave as it brushes against your fingertips, and how does that aroma change as the herb is crushed, sliced, and chopped?

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