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It’s easy to think that when you embrace a vegetarian or vegan diet you have to give up the delicious taste of smoked foods. Not so! Just think past...
Earlier this year I had the great pleasure of attending an event at the Culinary Institute of America at Greystone, in California’s Napa Valley. It...
L to R: Kelly Toups, Mallory Cushman, Cynthia Harriman, Rachel Greenstein, Sara Baer-Sinnott and Harley Songin Oldways and the Whole Grains Council...
It is always a special event, heading to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) annual Food & Nutrition Conference and Expo , to meet...
Honoring long lineages of traditional production, European cheesemakers tend to follow recipes that have been handed down as patrimony since time...
Named “Nutrition Hero of 2014” by Food and Nutrition Magazine , Tambra Raye Stevenson is fully living up to her name, helping to save lives and...
It’s not nutrition that’s confusing; rather, it’s nutrition communications that have reached new heights of confusion. In recent months and years, it...
Sometimes a culinary conundrum isn’t exactly what it seems….at least at the Oldways Table blog. Today our Conundrum Series is taking a turn (for the...
Hypertension – or high blood pressure – affects 30% of adults in America and is a leading cause of cardiovascular disease. But, there’s good news for...
Born and raised in the Midwest, there are two things that I hold innately reverent: basketball and agriculture. It wasn’t until I moved to...
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Sometimes the truest statements are the boldest ones: This is the best soup I have ever tasted. Seriously. How could it not be, when it combines some...
QUICK — Think of a mistake that ruined a meal. I bet many (or most) of you came up with something that was over or undercooked. Well today we have...

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