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Carma's Cookery - Unleash Your Kitchen Creativity!
Carma's Cookery - Unleash Your Kitchen Creativity!

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Tis the season for autumnal veggies! Here are three of the best:

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I’ve written about superfoods before, in part because this is a trending topic and in part because I believe in their health benefits. That said, I understand that it can be hard to figure out the scientific fact from the hocus pocus nonsense that floats around the Internet about what you should and shouldn’t eat. Is it really that important to eat something pickled and yellow on a Tuesday as well as three leafy greens on a Saturday? The fanciful and faddy nature of dieting and healthy eating has made many people look at the idea of superfoods through cynical tinted glasses … and rightly so.

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One of the reasons I’m a recipe and cookbook collector — or should I say, junkie? — is that I get easily bored eating the same things over and over. I, and perhaps you, as well, try to prepare meals at home, at least in part, so that I can be eating well and more healthfully. And, making meals at home — especially if you’re busy — takes some planning. Without the planning, you’ll be more likely to pick up something that’s quick and tasty, but probably not all that good for you. But what happens when you get bored with the meals you’re making? It’s easy to do when you’re in a cooking rut. But, you don’t need to head out to the nearest takeout joint. Instead, spice up your dinner with some of these tips below.

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For many, eating healthy can be tough. That’s why it’s something you have to make the decision to commit to. Having a generally healthy diet is better for you than yo-yo dieting and limiting what you eat when you want to lose weight. However, if you’re trying to be a healthy eater, you can sometimes get bored or frustrated. I know I’ve been there. Sometimes you just what to put a frozen pizza in the oven. And that’s OK sometimes, but just don’t do it all the time. If you often find yourself getting bored of eating the same old things, you need to keep discovering a new healthy recipe to enjoy. That’s part of the mission of Carma’s Cookery, to help you be more creative in the kitchen. The good news is this: It’s easier than you might think to find healthy food you’ll love.

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GUEST POST: Settling down in front of the TV is a beloved American past time, and thanks to at-home streaming services like Netflix, TV has become more than just a Saturday night hobby. Getting ready for a night camped out on the couch takes some preparation if you want to get the most out of the experience. Whether you’re watching Rick and Morty or binging the latest season of Orange Is the New Black, the right snacks are essential for the optimal viewing experience. Why not make them healthy snacks?

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What does "organic" on the label really mean? Some insightful research published through ReportLinker and developed by the HPS Food Group indicates that the usual U.S. buyer of organic food products, whether frequently or infrequently buying, doesn’t fully understand what protocols those products go through for USDA certification or what the word “organic” really indicates.

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Curious about how to use olive oil?

Olive oil is a traditional cooking commodity. It is known mostly in the Mediterranean diet world, but has since been used as a healthy cooking oil alternative, and has appeared in many restaurants and stocked the shelves in grocery stores. There is olive oil and extra virgin olive oil, which has a lower acidity and is said to have more flavor. Olive oil is used mainly for cooking but has also been used in beauty products such as scrubs, soaps, and cosmetics.
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