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  1. 7 Ways to Get Rid of a HangoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | India.com

    ... about what foods agree with you when dealing with hangovers. Try eating avocado on toast with a hint of lemon zest, fruits and other light, easy-to-digest foods. Although many people swear greasy foods can cure hangover symptoms, this is not ...

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  2. Nutrition Corner: March is National Nutrition MonthRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Times Leader

    March is here! March is National Nutrition Month, a time to reflect on our nutrition and physical activity. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics celebrates March as National Nutrition Month yearly.

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  3. Tainted Blood OrangesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | New Urban Legends

    ... photograph of what appeared to be sliced oranges with red veining or discoloration. According to the user, the citrus fruits depicted were imported from Libya and seized in Algeria. Moreover, the user claimed that the oranges in question had been ...

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  4. The world's cleanest and most vibrant Schizandra Berry powder and...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | NewsTarget.com

    ... fruit smoothies. Schizandra Berry goes great with berries (strawberries, blueberries), bananas, pineapple and other fruits. It's not a good fit, however, with chocolate or avocados. A little of this goes a long way! Don't dump it in like ...

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  5. Here's Which Produce Has the Most PesticidesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | TIME.com

    ... "synergistic effects" on the human body, said Lunder. The report is not meant to discourage consumers from eating fruits and vegetables, Lunder said. In fact, the EWG's database of 80,000 food items finds that produce rates among the healthiest ...

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  6. The Sweet Spot: Parliament Chocolate BarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Nashville Scene

    The Sweet Spot is a weekly Bites feature where sugar addict Megan Seling reviews some of the best, worst and weirdest sweet treats sold here in Nashville. What it tastes like: Of course I had to buy these chocolate bars.

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  7. KFC to test edible coffee cupRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | USA Today

    No need to order dessert with this cup of coffee at KFC. The cup is the dessert.

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  8. In the run-up to Easter: Eight sweets we wish would come backRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Evening Times

    There are some things in this cold, unforgiving world that the human race cannot hope to understand in our lifetime. Somewhere near the bottom of that list under 'war' and 'pre-packaged bananas' is this: Why confectioners discontinued some of the UK's best loved sweets when rubbish chocolate bars like Crunchie and Chomp still continue to exist.

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  9. 100 new plum trees to extend "fantastic" orchardRead the original story

    Wednesday | Worcester News

    ... that developed in the area in the 19th century. Many surrounding fields were occupied by plum orchards and their fruits, together with crops such as gooseberries and currants which were grown beneath the trees. The famous purple Pershore plum was ...

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  10. Wish Farms Strawberry Picking Challenge raises $76,000 for farmworker childrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Packer

    A variety of companies and organizations in the produce industry competed for "Best Harvest Crew" at the Feb. 7 event that benefits the Redlands Christian Migrant Association, Immokalee, Fla. The Riverside, Mich.-based Monte Package Co., team was top finisher and took the "Strawberry Joe" perpetual trophy.

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  11. Minimum wage: More than an economic principle, a driver of healthRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Stanford

    SMS Unplugged was recently launched as a forum for students to chronicle their experiences in medical school. The student-penned entries appear on Scope once a week; the entire blog series can be found in the SMS Unplugged category .

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  12. Laomerican Cuisine: Laopherd's PieRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Twin Cities Daily Planet

    Recently, Little Laos on the Prairie's Bryan Thao Worra coaxed acclaimed Northside blogger and community builder Jeff Skrenes into being the guinea pig for a new addition to Lao American cuisine with a concept he referred to as Laopherd's Pie. Ever a good sport, Jeff Skrenes took him up on it and shared his after-action report with us.

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  13. The plant food component of the diet at the late Mesolithic...Read the original story

    Wednesday | CiteULike

    ... not be excluded. In addition to the species identified in the charred remains, an abundance of edible plant seeds and fruits were represented in the waterlogged remains, suggesting that a much broader range of food plants was available in the area. ...

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  14. Orange orangesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | CNN

    "Eat your lunch and then get dressed. Gotta put on your gloves and scarf, too, it's really cold outside!" my mom warned me as she poured some hot soup in my bowl, putting a few slices of bread in front of me.

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  15. Your Beer and Cheese Pairing Cheat SheetRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Serious Eats

    "If I were to say, 'Fill in the blank: Cheese and ______', most people would say 'crackers' right away. Well, beer is made from the same ingredients as crackers , so to me it just makes sense to put them together," says Jesse Vallins, Certified Cicerone and Executive Chef at The Saint Tavern in Toronto.

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  16. Tate & Lyle unveils Dolcia Prima allulose low-calorie-sugar: 'We...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Dairy Reporter

    Tate & Lyle unveils Dolcia Prima allulose low-calorie-sugar: 'We believe this will change the food and beverage landscape forever' While allulose is found naturally in some fruits, Tate & Lyle is manufacturing it on a commercial scale via the enzymatic conversion of corn Tate & Lyle is launching a new ultra-low-calorie sugar that is found naturally in jackfruit and raisins, but is being made in commercial quantities via the enzymatic conversion of corn using a proprietary process. Dolcia Prima allulose has 70% of the sweetness of table sugar, but 90% fewer calories , and works well in combination with high intensity sweeteners such as stevia and sucralose.

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  17. Hops Herald: Nine Worldly Facts about BeerRead the original story

    Wednesday | 303 Magazine

    This great big world is full of many beers from all over the world. But often we tend to focus on Denver's beer because - let's be honest - it's great.

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  18. Five Places to Find Hamantaschen for PurimRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Village Voice

    You're probably still getting over the indulgence of Fat Tuesday, but there's another religious holiday on the way that is begging you to consume some more baked goods. Next Wednesday, March 4, marks the start of Purim, and the Jewish holiday is known for prizing some sweet treats to commemorate .

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  19. Farm Bureau president lays out legislative agenda for 2015Read the original story

    Wednesday | The Batavian

    Heading into the 2015 legislative session, the top priority for the New York Farm Bureau is immigration reform, said Dean Norton, president of the bureau during a media conference call this morning. The Elba resident is in Washington this week meeting with members of New York's congressional delegation to represent farmers interests.

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  20. Eighteen stone fitness instructor helps others shed unwanted pounds with plus-size aerobics classesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Small World News Service

    Fitness instructor is helping others beat the bulge by holding aerobics classes - while tipping the scales at 18-and-a-half STONE. Charlotte Clarke, 38, once weighed more than 335lbs and was so heavy that she couldn't walk up stairs without getting out of breath.

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