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Homemade organic Greek yogurt with Colorado honey and granola I first had Greek yogurt when we visited Aunt Sara and Uncle Myron at their beautiful home on the Chesapeake Bay. Each morning Aunt Sara would lay out a big breakfast buffet with fresh melons, cereals, crispy bacon, eggs, juices, pastries, breads, jams, and all manner of tempting treats. One morning she put out a big container of FAGE Greek Yogurt—and I was completely hooked at the first bite. However, it also costs substantially more than regular yogurt—a 32 ounce container of FAGE is $7.49 at my grocery store, and it’s not organic—which is why I decided to try and make some myself here at the urban homestead. After some online research, I mostly followed the basic yogurt recipe in the Joy of Cooking cookbook. *I prefer to prepare this recipe with organic milk, which is produced without any synthetic chemicals, hormones or antibiotics. Heat the milk to 180 degrees F. Heat the milk to just 180 degrees F. Fresh Greek yogurt
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Glossary - YumUniverse
We have compiled two glossaries to help you navigate the expansive meat-free/dairy-free world. These glossaries are a work-in-progress and we will be expanding and updating them on an as-needed basis. GLOSSARY OF INGREDIENTS(Açaí to Yacon) A-C | D-F | G-I | J-L | M-O | P-S | T-V | W-Z Read through our Glossary of Ingredients to acquaint yourself with unusual and exotic ingredients, supplements and more. We also provide some suggestions for where you can purchase these unique foodstuffs. GLOSSARY OF TERMS (Antioxidants to Wheat-Free)A-C | D-F | G-I | J-L | M-O | P-S | T-V | W-Z Read through our Glossary of Terms to become familiar with raw, vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and YumUniverse terminology.
Balanced body chemistry is of utmost importance for the maintenance of health and correction of disease. Acidosis, or over-acidity in the body tissues, is one of the basic causes of many diseases, especially the arthritic and rheumatic diseases. All foods are "burned" in the body--more commonly called "digested"-- leaving an ash as the result of the "burning", or the digestion. It is, therefore, vitally important that there is a proper ratio between acid and alkaline foods in the diet. A healthy body usually keeps large alkaline reserves which are used to meet the emergency demands if too many acid-producing foods are consumed. For optimum health and maximum resistance to disease, it is imperative that your diet is slightly over-alkaline. Below are tables of common foods with an approximate potential acidity or alkalinity, as present in one ounce of food.
Acid / Alkaline Food Chart
Every now and then, some “miracle” fruit comes along and everyone is abuzz about its health-giving benefits. At one time, it was the noni craze. Now comes the gac fruit (Momordica cochinchinensis spreng). The size of a honeydew melon, the gac is a large, red fruit indigenous to Southern Asia (Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia) and the gac vine is often seen growing on lattices at the entrance of rural homes. This “super fruit” is said to protect and rejuvenate cells with its powerful antioxidants. A well-kept secret for centuries in South Asia, the gac fruit (as it is known in Vietnam) has been used as food and medicine to promote healthy eyesight, enhance longevity and increase energy. It is cooked with rice (as a sort of colourant) and is traditionally served during festive occasions, such as weddings. Studies on this fruit found it to be amongst the most nutrient-dense fruits, containing high concentrations of beta-carotene and lycopene, besides other nutrients. Heavenly fruit Other super fruits
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Top 10 Budget-Friendly Foods - Diet and Nutrition Center
You don't have to cut back on healthy foods as you're trimming your family food budget! Here are 10 top picks for economical and delicious healthy foods. With the economy suffering and food prices rising, your family’s grocery bill might be in need of a few budget cuts. Unfortunately, because of the misperception that healthy foods always cost more, nutritious foods like fresh produce are often the first to get bumped from grocery carts. But there are plenty of ways to save money without sacrificing the quality of your diet. Here are 10 of my top picks for healthy foods that won’t break the bank. 1. Buy plain, dry oats in the big canisters rather than the (often presweetened) individual packets, which are way more costly. 2. Frozen vegetables really are just as nutritious as fresh. 3. Bananas in particular are a bargain hunter’s dream. Don’t forget about those oranges and apples — they’re kid-friendly, easy to tote, and stay fresh longer than most fruits. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
Overcooked | LearnEnglish | British Council
This EFL lesson is based on three simple, minute-long short films directed by Rick Mereki, each revolving around a theme (travel, learning and food) and all three compiled from video taken on an epic trip of 11 countries in 44 days. Language level: Intermediate (B1) – Upper-intermediate (B2.1) Learner type: All ages Time: 90 minutes Activity: Watching three short films, speculating, speaking and writing Topic: Travel, food and learning Language: Modal verbs of speculation, second conditional and food vocabulary Materials: Three short films and a PowerPoint presentation Downloadable material: move eat learn lesson instructions foodscapes slides Support Film English Film English remains ad-free and takes many hours a month to research and write, and hundreds of dollars to sustain. Step 1 Write the following questions on the board? If you could travel to 11 countries in 44 days, which countries would you visit? What would you do in each country? Step 2 Step 3 Have you been to these of these countrie?
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Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food. — Hippocrates, father of medicine, 431 B.C. Eat Food. Not Too much. The healing properties of food have been reported by cultures worldwide throughout history. Many fruits, vegetables, and unprocessed whole foods have properties that can benefit our health. There is truly a cornucopia of nutritional benefits that have been discovered.
Paul & Elizabeth Kaiser: Sustainable Farming 2.0
Adam Taggart: Hello and welcome to the Resilient Life Podcast. Resilient Life is part of PeakProsperity.com. It’s where we focus on practical and actionable knowledge for building a better future and I’m your host Adam Taggart. A few months back a Peak Prosperity reader on the East coast wrote to me asking if I was familiar with a small organic farming operation located near me in Northern California called Singing Frogs Farm. He had written an article extolling remarkably high yields this farm produces both in terms of crop yield and in terms of revenue per acre using nothing but sustainable farming practices free of pesticides, chemical fertilizers, conventional tilling and even using less water, which is a big deal given the historic drought in the west these days. Paul and Elizabeth, thank you so much for making the time to join us today. Elizabeth Kaiser: Thank you for having us. Paul Kaiser: Thank you very much. Adam Taggart: Oh it’s a real pleasure. Elizabeth Kaiser: Exactly.
The Cosmos, the Earth, and Your Stomach: The Story of Soil
“Give me a place to stand and a lever long enough, and I will move the world.” With these words, the ancient Greek philosopher Archimedes taught us the power of leverage points. It’s a key concept in permaculture design, too. When we deeply understand the system we’re working with—be it a garden, a business, a community, or even a personal relationship—we can spot the places where a small, perfectly located nudge will beget a large response. Plenty of disciplines use leverage points. There’s aikido, where a tiny movement by a master redirects the force of an attacker to send the latter sprawling—or worse. The leverage point I want to focus in this and the next few articles is soil. I learned the value of good soil the hard way, as a novice permaculturist working a hillside site in Oregon twenty-odd years ago. Restoring our abused soil taught me a lot, and I’ll detail that story a bit later. We’re going to cover a lot of ground—if you’ll pardon the pun—in this series of articles.
Based on the video Together we can cool the planet! co-produced by La Vía Campesina and GRAIN in 2015, we have created a comic book to support training activities of social movements and civil society organisations around climate change. This comic book looks at how the industrial food system impacts our climate and also explains what we can do to change course and start cooling the planet. La Via Campesina and GRAIN have pointed out that the industrial food system is responsible for half of all greenhouse gas emissions. We say loud and clear: it is peasants and small farmers, along with consumers who choose agroecological products from local markets, who hold the solution to the climate crisis. We must all rise to the challenge! Click here to download the comic book in pdf format. And share the video, available from: More information is available from:
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Food technologist: Job description
Food technologists make sure food products are produced safely, legally and are of the quality claimed. They can be involved in developing the manufacturing processes and recipes of food and drink products and may work on existing and newly discovered ingredients to invent new recipes and concepts. Technologists modify foods to create products such as fat-free items and ready meals. They often work closely with the product development teams to help deliver factory ready recipes based on the development kitchen samples. Some food technologists are involved in conducting experiments and producing sample products, as well as designing the processes and machinery for making products with a consistent flavour, colour and texture in large quantities. The work may involve building relationships with suppliers and customers, as well as ensuring products are profitable. Typical work activities In food manufacturing, the work may also involve: In retailing, additional tasks include:
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Food Science and Nutrition, School of Key measures: Positive Outcomes: 91.7%, Graduate prospects: 83.3%, Graduate employment: 90% Graduate destinations: Work Full-time: 78%, Work Part-time: 6%, Work & Study: 0%, Further study: 8%, Unemployed: 8% Top industry sectors: Engineering; Consultancy Services; Buying, Selling & Retail; Manufacturing, Processing & Production; Science, Research & Development Salary levels: Under £10,000: 0%, £10,000-£19,999: 14%, £20,000-£29,999: 86%, £30,000-£39,999: 0%, Over £40,000: 0% The Leeds Network We have an extensive network of alumni with a wide range of experiences, doing all kinds of jobs. Websites and downloadable resources Options with food science Institute of Food Science and Technology Food Industry Careers National Skills Academy for Food and Drink Manufacturing Food and Drink Federation Careers in Food and Drink FoodMan Jobs Just-Food Jobs in Food Manufacturing Tasty Careers More information Food Science, by leedsunicareers
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Crushi™, crunchy sushi is as simple as it is brilliant. Even people, who do not favour sushi very much, are excited about crushi. Delicious, easy to eat, unique and profitable, this product is taking over the Dutch and export hospitality channels. Crushi™ is produced of quality ingredients, stimulates the senses, is a healthier option and has a unique taste. By adding tempura batter to sushi, and deep-frying the product, a unique and versatile product was created, which can be stored in the freezer. Crushi™, crunchy sushi, is the perfect snack, for example at festivals or events. #crushitime Order Crushi
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Restaurant365 | Pricing & FAQ’s
Restaurant365 is a cloud-based software service that you pay for on a monthly basis and access through a browser on your existing computer, tablet or mobile device. The monthly cost is based on the number of restaurant locations you operate and number of optional modules and services you want to use. This allows you to pay for only what you need and use, instead of bundling everything together. In addition to the monthly fee, there is a one-time fixed implementation cost that covers training and the entire transition process from your current system to Restaurant365. Our professional services team helps you set up your system, migrate your data from your existing accounting, back office or other software and spreadsheets you are using today, into Restaurant365. We hold your hands and provide additional training after your day 1 go-live to ensure your success. Contact us today using the contact form and we can quickly send you a quote for your organization. Zero. Nope. Nope. Nope. Yes.
The easiest lo mein you will ever make in 15 min from start to finish. And it’s so much quicker, tastier and healthier than take-out! Back when I had a day job, I had this boss who was obsessed with the lo mein from the restaurant across the street. She’d have me order it at least 3 times a week, and I would get so excited because she would always pass along a plate for me to share. But since blogging became a full-time gig, I find myself longing for that lo mein almost daily. Those long noodles chockfull of all those fresh veggies… How it was always so perfect with a side of potstickers. But surely enough, there’s a homemade lo mein version that can be made in just 15 minutes from start to finish with ingredients you already have on hand. Best of all, you can clean out the fridge with all kinds of lingering veggies and you can also add in your favorite proteins! The easiest lo mein you will ever make in 15 min from start to finish. Ingredients: For the sauce Directions: Nutrition Facts
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