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Why Eating Local’s Worth Your While

We’ve all heard why eating local’s great: it supports nearby communities, there are environmental benefits, just-picked produce is higher in nutritional value, and seasonal produce almost always tastes better (heads...

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Making Plants the Stars of the Plate

In a culture where meat often stars as the center of the meal, moving to plant-forward eating can seem like a tectonic plate shift. However, making this change doesn’t have to be earthshaking as it seems.

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Finding the Taste of Your Place

We’ve all heard why eating local’s great: it supports nearby communities, there are environmental benefits, just-picked produce is higher in nutritional value, and seasonal produce almost always tastes better (heads...

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When Beauty Is Skin Deep

Consider the potato: the humble subterranean tuber’s rough exterior belies a versatile flesh that can be fluffy when baked, velvety when puréed, and is downright iconic when fried. The potato...

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Composting 101

If you’ve been meaning to start composting and just haven’t quite figured out the best way to begin, we’re here for you!

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A Love Affair with Imperfection

Here at Bon Appétit, we love food. So, we’re going to tell you a love story — about produce. There will be heartbreak, and there will be hard work. But, trust us, the ending is delicious.

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The Buzz: Fermented Foods

What’s the buzz? Fermented foods are everywhere you turn these days — with claims they promote gut health, and good health in general, due to the probiotics (or “good” bacteria) these foods provide. What does the science say?

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Growing a Better Chicken, Slowly

Almost all of the chicken in America’s food supply comes from breeds of fast-growing “broiler” chickens that reach maturity quicker than ever before. Sounds efficient, right? Well, we’re fans of pokier, slower-growing chickens. Here’s why.

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The Buzz: Matcha

What’s the buzz? Ditch your coffee for a matcha latte and you could live longer, weigh less, and feel better. What does the science say?

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Go Wild for Good Fish

Wild salmon is often more expensive and in shorter supply than farm-raised salmon (often called Atlantic). Here’s why we choose to avoid the tame kind anyway.

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The Buzz: Feeling “Hangry”

What’s the buzz? In pop culture, people frequently talk about the feeling of being “hangry” — a hybrid of the words hungry and angry. Can food (or a lack thereof) really affect our emotions? What does the science say?

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