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The Basics of Home Canning

by the editors of Rodale’s Organic Life Think of canning as a precision form of cooking. When canning, you will use ordinary kitchen skills but must observe instructions exactly to ensure that the food is sterilized and safe. This is one time when you definitely shouldn’t improvise. Select Jars and Lids Use mason-type jars, which […]

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The Gifts of Scratch

Dear Readers, A few weeks ago, I mentioned that my new cookbook, Scratch, is live on Amazon and ready for pre-order. Well, I wanted you to know that if you’ve already pre-ordered it or you’re ready to pre-order now, you are eligible to receive four free gifts from me! Just fill out the form on […]

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Summer Challenge: Add 1 More Vegetable to Each Meal!

Without being specific, it’s safe to say that eating more vegetables is a good thing. And yet, according to the most recent U.S. Department of Agriculture report, vegetable consumption in America is down by 27 pounds per person per year. That’s A LOT of vegetables! So even with the rise of the foodie culture, farmer’s […]

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7 Foods That Have More Potassium than a Banana

by guest blogger Caroline Praderio, food and nutrition writer for Prevention magazine and EatClean.com When you think of the best sources of potassium, you probably default to bananas. In fact, most people are hard-pressed to think of any other source of potassium, the essential mineral that works to aid communication between nerves and muscles and […]

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Cooking from Scratch Just Got Super Easy!

The other day Gary from Prepress walked by my office and told me he’d been prepping my cookbook, Scratch, for the printer and commented that all the recipes looked so good and so easy. “But,” he said, “I’m afraid. I’m afraid I’ll mess something up. Is it really as easy as you make it look?” […]

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Spring Greens after a Long Winter

The spring greens are coming in! This past weekend, I had fiddlehead ferns in Maine. And the weekend before that, I made my first salad from my garden here in Pennsylvania, pinching off a few tiny leaves and herbs from each plant. Oh, the flavor! Fresh basil and parsley! The tenderest greens, and they would […]

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A Guide for Safer Summer Grilling

by guest blogger Toni Becker, member of the Rodale’s editorial team Blooming flowers are pretty and soil on our hands is heavenly, but the most delicious marker of warm-weather fun is backyard grilling. As you prepare for your own outdoor feasts, you need to keep safety in mind. Here’s our guide highlighting some potential grilling […]

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8 Foods That Have More Iron than Beef

by guest blogger Caroline Praderio, food and nutrition writer for Prevention magazine and EatClean.com So you got the memo that excessive red meat consumption is a disaster for the environment and your health, not to mention the animals, and that we should all eat less of it. But isn’t cutting down on beef going to slash our […]

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