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Easy Ways to Elevate Your Pasta

October is National Pasta Month and we’re gearing up to celebrate with ways to take your pasta dishes to the next level without being too complicated. Today, there are various types of “pasta” on the market to accommodate people with allergies or intolerances, as well as vegans, vegetarians, or those who are simply looking for […]

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Five Healthy Recipes for Game Day

Football season has officially started and while it is great to get together with friends and family to watch a Sunday game, it often entails drinking and eating all sorts of delicious, yet unhealthy foods. One of the Seven Principles of Food Selection, codified by our founder, Annemarie Colbin, PhD, states that food should always […]

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How well are you feeding your body?

Almost two years ago — after nearly 15 years of working in technology and telecommunications firms — I was offered a role at a cooking school. As I weighed the decision and discussed with friends, all of them responded the same way: why are you even debating this? This is perfect for you! My friends […]

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Pantry Top Five Recipe Edition: Rice Vinegar

September acts as the new year for many with the relaxing summer ending and the pace beginning to pick up in our daily lives. This time of the year is the perfect time to start fresh and revamp your pantry. Just swapping out a few ingredients in your pantry can make a positive impact on […]

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Seven Recipes for Your End-of-Summer Barbecue

With Labor Day in a week and schools starting back up again, summer is officially beginning to wind down. But before getting nostalgic about the season ending, take advantage of these last few weeks of summer. We’ve spoken about the importance of community and the importance of sharing meals with others, so this weekend, take […]

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Thinking about Food and Marketing

I think about food a lot. I think about it on a professional level (I’m the head of marketing at Natural Gourmet Institute) and on a personal level (what’s for lunch?). Sometimes, I even dream about food (one night I woke up sitting upright in bed, hands poised in front of me as though making […]

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