TIP OF THE DAY: 12 Uses For Bone Broth

WHAT IS BONE BROTH Bone broth is an alternative to stock, a flavorful liquid made by slowly simmering bones, cartilage and tendons, with some bits of meat that remain attached. The difference between stock and bone broth is that while stock can be made in three or four hours, bone broth is simmered for 24…
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TIP: Add Turmeric To Foods

Turmeric is a rhizome with edible roots that grow underground horizontally. It’s related to ginger, which it somewhat resembles in external appearance. Most Americans know turmeric as a deep gold spice that gives its intense color to curry powder. It’s been used for millennia to impart its color to foods. In the last century, it…
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TIP OF THE DAY: More Ways To Use Tofu

Tofu is a nifty food. Some people don’t like the spongy texture and find it bland. But the great thing about tofu is that it’s adaptable to any flavor you cook with it. It’s also modest in calories—94 per half cup—with 10 grams of protein, zero cholesterol and just 1% carb, which is dietary fiber.…
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PRODUCT: Sardines, Delicious & Great For You

Serve sardines topped with cress or with other salad greens for a light lunch, first course or main dinner course. Photo courtesy Payard | NYC, which grilled fresh sardines for this rexipe.   If you’re trying to incorporate more fish into your diet, peel back a tin of quality sardines. It’s a break from the…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Enjoy Pasta More Often

Add lots of veggies to make pasta a healthy dish. Photo courtesy Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board.   It’s National Nutrition Month, so we’re giving some credit to a food that’s often on the “avoid” list: pasta. Jackie Newgent, RD, CDN and a consultant to Barilla pasta, has pointed out a few facts that should be…
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