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  1. Corn ChowderRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Journal

    "Training is everything. The peach was once a bitter almond; cauliflower is nothing but cabbage with a college education."

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  2. Penny-pinchers are running the provinceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Burnaby Now

    Two issues have sprung to the fore in the opening weeks of the legislature that put the stingy ways of the B.C. Liberal government on full public display. One of them is the never-ending story about the funding of public education in this province, while the other is another seemingly endless tale: how much funding the B.C. Ferry system should receive from taxpayers.

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  3. Dole develops 'wearable banana' as Tokyo Marathon snack gadgetRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Food Production Daily

    Dole Japan has developed a 'wearable banana' for the Tokyo Marathon that tells runners their time, tweets, heart rate, and doubles as a nutritious in-race snack. The gadget comprises wired electrical parts stuck to the inside of a banana skin, which is then sewn back together around the fruit and strapped to a runner's wrist - thereafter it shows their race time, heart rate and tweets from supporters, as well as when to eat the next banana.

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  4. Persian cuisine flavorfulRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Toledo Blade

    ... able to travel there and am completely infatuated by the richness of Persian cuisine." Noted for its use of rice, fruits, nuts, herbs, and spices, Persian cooking has been influenced over centuries by its proximity to Arab, European, and Asian ...

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  5. Rise, shine to healthy breakfastRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Toledo Blade

    We tend to rely upon convenience foods for breakfast, if we even bother with breakfast at all. Something instant, microwaveable, ready-to-eat, or portable offers us a better chance of having a meal before heading off into the day.

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  6. Vegan Passover recipe: Chocolate matzo brittleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Jewish Journal

    My favorite Passover treat is Matzo Brittle - a sweet and festive way to end the meal. Try out this recipe below from VegKitchen : 1/3 to 1/2 cup lightly toasted nuts 1/2 cup dark or golden raisins, dried cranberries, or other chopped dried fruit, such as apricots, mangoes, or pineapple Combine the chocolate chips, agave nectar, and cinnamon in a medium saucepan.

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  7. Will WHO nutrient profiles spur reformulation?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Food Industry

    Public health advocates have welcomed the WHO's recently unveiled nutrient profiling model, while the food industry has said blocking some categories from marketing was unlikely to encourage reformulation. The World Health Organization's nutrient profiling model is intended to help national authorities identify unhealthy foods by their saturated fat, trans fat, salt and sugar content and to restrict their advertising to children.

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  8. Preschool Kids Education Learning Game for Baby & ToddlerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | ZDNet Blogs

    Hey Moms! Are YOU finding a perfect blend of learning and entertainment for your bubbly kid? If yes then make your toddler child understand the core and primary kindergarten curriculums to reinforce the knowledge and understanding of colorful shapes, endless numbers, kids color names and major names of fruits in this Preschool Kids Education game.It is an educational fun journey of kids world with attractive and wonderful theme, containing 4 interesting study items i-e shapes, number, fruits and colors. The easiest way to strengthen the foundation of your playschool child with this Kids Educational Game.

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  9. Fruits & veggies take on packaged food with FNV ad campaign endorsed...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | FoodNavigator

    The threat posed by fresh foods and produce to sales of packaged foods is about to increase exponentially with the launch of a star-studded, national marketing campaign to encourage teenagers to eat more fruits and veggies. The multi-media campaign enlists high-profiled celebrities including actresses Jessica Alba and Kristen Bell and athletes Victor Cruz and Cam Newton to give America "a healthy dose of advertising" for oranges, beets, avocados, apples and other produce, which it will collectively brand as FNV - a catchier version of fruits and veggies, James Gavin, board chairman of Partnership for a Healthier America, announced Feb. 26 at the non-profit's 2015 Building a Healthier Future Summit.

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  10. Fix these nine bad habits to feel betterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Canada Online Explorer

    Feeling blah, bored and tired? Well, if you've lost your get-up-and-go, it's time to go find it! Common bad habits may be bashing your energy levels so kick the blahs to the curb with a boost from Stephanie Langlais, a Vancouver-based holistic health coach at Somastis. Get set to power up! Joanne Richard, Special to QMI Agency Follow @CanoeLifestyle Bad habit: You consume too much sugar.

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  11. Photo of Bristol's All Day Breakfast by Jeffery WongRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Toronto.com

    People say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But, who says breakfast is just a morning thing? These restaurants, diners and cafes are all serving up delectable breakfast choices ranging from traditional savoury breakfasts to sweet and delicious pancakes all day long.

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  12. Mumbai: Unseasonal rains hike vegetable, fruit pricesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Mid-Day Mumbai

    The APMC market received only about 30% of vegetable and 50% of fruit supply from the state; traders say that in the next few days, prices could burn a hole in people's pockets Unexpected rainfall lashing the state since Saturday has affected the supply of vegetables and fruits to Mumbai. Traders believe for the next few days, prices could burn a hole in people's pockets, since the APMC market in Vashi received very few trucks, causing vegetable prices to escalate in the wholesale, as well as retail, market on Monday.

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  13. Experience the delight of Tobago chocolatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Trinidad Guardian

    ... box full of edible surprises-chocolate filled with pineapple, coconut, mango, guava, passion fruit and other tropical fruits or flavoured with amaretto, coffee, mint, Irish cream and cinnamon oils. And, for pepper lovers, there is even an innovative ...

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  14. Stay home! Gobble up Flathau's Fine Foods insteadRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    Will the weather ever be nice enough to leave the house again? No! Well, I'm just grateful I still am getting mail deliveries in this snow and ice. That doesn't mean I'm satisfied by the skillet mixes on the shelf, cup-o'-crap packets in the cabinet or frozen maitre d'hotel butter in the freezer that I think I made 2 years ago.

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  15. New industry support for growersRead the original story

    Yesterday | Shepparton News Online

    Fruit Growers Victoria plans to give fruit growers in Victoria more on-farm support as a result of its organisational restructure. Fruit Growers Victoria plans to give fruit growers in Victoria more on-farm support as a result of its organisational restructure.

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  16. Brouwerij West Is About to Brew Up a New San Pedro SceneRead the original story

    Yesterday | Eating L.A.

    Known for its flavorful Belgian-style beers and wildly artistic labels, Brouwerij West is about to take a huge jump into the public eye when it opens a brewery and tasting room in San Pedro this summer. The four year-old microbrewer, which until now has been contracting space at other breweries, has leased a World War II-era wooden warehouse across from the harbor and next to Crafted L.A. that's sure to become a very in-demand area in the next few years when a few more restaurants and stores move in.

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  17. Higher intake of lycopene may lower risk of renal cell carcinoma in postmenopausal womenRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Medical News

    ... factor for kidney cancer. There are other steps women can take now for their health, including eating more foods and fruits with naturally-occurring lycopene. "Lycopene from food sources has also been associated with decreased risk of breast and ...

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  18. On 'Women Tell All' Auburn alum Ashley Salter explains her bizarre 'Bachelor' behavior,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Alabama Live

    While many eliminated contestants from this season of "The Bachelor" spent the "Women Tell All" special crying and yelling, Auburn alum Ashley Salter used tonight's episode to clear up any confusion about her show behavior. Well, kinda.

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  19. Commentary: Respect and homage to all who perished on the battlefield ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Caribbean News Now!

    ... on the land they have inherited. These lands, occupied by "managers" or "sharecroppers ", produce all kind of fruits (mango, grapefruit or grapefruits, avocados, etc.) and particularly bananas and coffee. If the sharecroppers enjoyed the fruits ...

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  20. Strawberry PickingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Broward-Palm Beach

    Fruits and veggies always taste better when you pick them out yourself! At Bedner's Farm Fresh Market you can pick delicious strawberries or some tomatoes and peppers.

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