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- 10/14/15--06:00: Recipe: Lentil and Mushroom Ragout
- 10/19/15--06:00: Protecting Our Food…and Our Health
- 11/16/15--07:39: Down With Dietary Dogma
- 11/18/15--04:24: Finding Common Ground: The Beginning
- 11/30/15--09:45: Behind the Scenes at Common Ground
- 02/29/16--07:38: More on Always Hungry
- 04/01/16--06:55: Links I Like: 4.1.16
- 04/11/16--09:04: Why Weekend Cooking Matters
- 07/29/16--13:12: Links I Like: IFBC 2016 Edition
- 08/01/16--06:00: IFBC 2016: The Joy of Cooking
A delicious, hearty lentil and mushroom recipe that's perfect for Meatless Monday, adapted from one of the many fabulous recipes on the Canadian Lentils website. One of the best culinary discoveries I made last week at FNCE!
In my recent On Nutrition column about antibiotic resistance, I talked about how at least half of the medically important antibiotics (read: used for humans, not just animals) used in this country are used in livestock raised for meat, milk and eggs, but when it comes to fighting antibiotic resistance, each of us as individuals also have a responsibility to use antibiotics responsibly--it's not all on the farmers.
Greetings from Boston! I'm here for Oldway's Finding Common Ground conference, and the timing is a bit ironic in light of some of the emails I've received commenting on my column in yesterday's Seattle Times, "Don't give up your steak just yet: How to have red meat and prevent cancer, too." I'll share a few highlights from my favorite email.
In Day 1 of Oldways Finding Common Ground, 20 nutrition science experts presented information about various dietary patterns (vegetarian/vegan, paleo, Mediterranean, and low-glycemic) as well as other nutrition issues like the microbiome, gluten, saturated fat, and marketing and the food environment.
A little behind the scenes look at the amazing gathering of nutrition scientists, medical experts, food systems experts and health/nutrition journalists (most them registered dietitians) who gathered in Boston on one chilly weekend to talk about Finding Common Ground among seemingly disparate nutritional philosophies.
More of my interviews with David Ludwig, MD, PhD, author of Always Hungry (a book grounded in the science that will hopefully put to rest the mistakes and misinformation of the low-fat era) and his wife, Chef Dawn Ludwig, who developed the easy, healthy, delicious recipes in the book.
Greetings from sunny Los Angeles (Hollywood, technically), where I'm attending the annual International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) conference. Need some weekend reading? Here are my picks for the best of the week's nutrition-related links.
Last weekend I was in Los Angeles for a culinary conference which meant (oh, the irony), that I had no time to do food prep for the coming week. This meant buying my work lunches (salads, but still) and coming up with dinners on the fly. This weekend, in the interest of making my food week go smoother, I got busy in the kitchen after breakfast.
A smattering of great nutritious food-related links, in honor of this year's International Food Blogger Conference (IFBC) in Sacramento.