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I have two words for you: Slow Cooker. Yes, it may sound like an apparatus utilized in your grandmother’s generation, but this handy appliance is...
Well, it was bound to happen… I’m thinking of giving up the gluten-free lifestyle. It has been fun experimenting with new foods, and researching the...
In February of 2004 Oldways ran a conference in Rome that we affectionately nicknamed “ Pasta Fights Back .” The low-carb craze had been raging for a...
The impact of the obesity epidemic can be felt nationwide, and its not just adults who have succumbed to the extra pounds. Severe childhood obesity...
Good for your heart and brain, fish can be the star of any meal, from a simple lunch of tuna salad in a pita to a festive dinner of shrimp scampi...
I am a runner. I know, I know. I started off the first blog post in this two-part series by stating the exact opposite. But I have to be a runner. How...
Having a simple sauce recipe up your sleeve can change a meal from bland to scrumptious. The sauces created in the Mediterranean region take little...
We’ve been getting some pretty fantastic entries for the “I Love My Whole Grains” Photo Contest (as you can see from above) but we’ve only gotten one...
To honor Hispanic Heritage Month, and to help promote the healthy Latino diet pattern, Oldways created Latino Nutrition Month , which will coincide...
I never imagined that I’d have a chance to see one of the Wonders of the World , but last week I did. Last week Oldways organized a conference in...
In the United States, most people associate the word bruschetta with a mixture of tomatoes, basil, olive oil and fresh mozzarella. Technically,...
Yogurt has been my go-to snack for years, and with good reason. Yogurt is a wonderful food — a real “old ways” food, since it has been made and...

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