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Michele Redmond, MS, RDN, FAND
Food Enjoyment Activist & Chef Dietitian connecting pleasure to Health with Food.
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Michele Redmond, MS, RDN, FAND 2h
Intense concentrated flavors and low water content make them a culinary treat to work with. Nutrition News Update
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Michele Redmond, MS, RDN, FAND 2h
Olive oil has an excellent smoke point-- it's high enough for home cooking needs and offers flavor and nutritional benefits. As a chef, I use it every day.
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Michele Redmond, MS, RDN, FAND 12h
Isn't it a fantastically flexible food? I'm liking the look of that sauce as well!
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Michele Redmond, MS, RDN, FAND 22h
No! I teach workshops on salt & there's always lots of questions. To add onto Amy's answer, since iodine is mainly found in seawater and coastlines, seawater-based salts will have more than mountain-mined salts like Himalayan. But even sea salts are low in iodine.
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Michele Redmond, MS, RDN, FAND Sep 17
Yes, I'm a bit odd looking but I'm polite and complement many meals, soak up flavors well and am flexible--find me made with soybeans, seeds, grains or other legumes.
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Michele Redmond, MS, RDN, FAND Sep 16
Expert updates on top national Looking forward to it
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Michele Redmond, MS, RDN, FAND Sep 14
Nutrition professionals with culinary interests or expertise can make the most of FNCE this year with culinary cutting-edge sessions
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Michele Redmond, MS, RDN, FAND Sep 13
Replying to @LoveLetter2Food
One reason why I stopped catering even though I can accommodate what I call the "I can't/won't eaters" & there's ownership in restrictions. When I cook in France, people rarely share or brag about their real or perceived dietary restrrictions they just eat what they can.
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Michele Redmond, MS, RDN, FAND Sep 13
Check your plant-based food labels for hidden allergens--e.g. pea protein--a legume like peanuts. Promise of AI & Gene Editing to help reduce allergens in ultra-processed foods is depressing although functional but we need transparency.
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Michele Redmond, MS, RDN, FAND retweeted
Today's Dietitian Sep 10
The food you ate may determine whether you have a restless or a refreshing night’s sleep. We review the key literature on various dietary patterns and specific dietary components and how they relate to sleep duration and quality.
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Michele Redmond, MS, RDN, FAND Sep 12
Thank you! And such a wonderful event to meet at.
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Michele Redmond, MS, RDN, FAND Sep 11
Yay Tempeh! Thanks for sharing
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Michele Redmond, MS, RDN, FAND retweeted
Food & Nutrition Mag Sep 10
Have you ever had tempeh? Do you know what it even is? 🤔 gives us an in-depth look at this nutrient-rich food.
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Michele Redmond, MS, RDN, FAND Sep 11
How to Develop Your Clients’ Cooking Skills-- gathered practical and inspirational tips from @tararochard @peasandhoppiness
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Michele Redmond, MS, RDN, FAND Sep 11
No Kidding! And no fooling was intended. But it's also a way counter that so many people think sugar is some made up chemical. The article addresses that sugar is plant-based too.
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Michele Redmond, MS, RDN, FAND Sep 11
Replying to @gourmetmetrics
On my list. Thanks for sharing.
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Carrie Dennett, RDN Sep 10
Why encouraging kids to track their eating and activity habits obsessively has nothing to do with health: via
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Michele Redmond, MS, RDN, FAND Sep 11
Replying to @DrKeithAyoob
I keep looking for some explanation that makes sense. At first I thought the company didn't know what Soylent was, but apparently they knew the movie reference!
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Michele Redmond, MS, RDN, FAND Sep 10
Just when you haven't yet figured out plant-based burgers. Cell-cultured meat--a cultural, social-psychology introduction
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Michele Redmond, MS, RDN, FAND Sep 10
Tapioca Syrup? Date Syrup? Monk Fruit sugars? Sweet beyond the sugar beet--The Next Generation of Plant-based Sweeteners & RDN tips , , @amandahibshiman
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