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Linn Steward RDN, Recipe Analyst, Culinary Nutrition Consultant. Love food. Love cooking. Divergent thinker. Options always open.
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Kevin Hall Oct 28
Please RT: We are now recruiting eligible research participants from ANYWHERE IN THE USA to travel to Bethesda, MD as soon as possible to complete our dopamine & eating behavior study at the ! Compensation provided.
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Tamar Haspel 12h
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But even us journalists could see it coming. The long-term success of both Roundup-ready and Bt crops depended on managed deployment to delay resistance, but neither farmers nor seed companies were willing.
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Replying to @ChefWestermann
😢😢😢
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Pete Wells 12h
Super helpful graphics make it easy to understand Covid risk indoors. Takeaways: masks=good, open windows=good, fewer ppl=good; all of the above=very very good.
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Pete Wells 12h
Replying to @pete_wells
& less time in room=good, as others pointed out. Two hours in a restaurant is more dangerous than one. There's never been a better time to eat and run (after you tip generously of course).
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As Alice Waters put it: “I had been focused on organic for so long that I had completely forgotten about breed—and that’s the missing piece ….”
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Sheril Kirshenbaum Oct 28
“The purpose of your communication is not to impress people about how smart you are. The purpose is to get them to understand what the heck you’re talking about." - Dr. Anthony Fauci Yes!
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Greg Gunthorp Oct 28
We get three inspectors a day. They are removing inspectors from the big cattle plants. You couldn’t write fiction crazier than this messed up food supply.
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Replying to @FParasecoli
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Replying to @InglesDietitian
🙏😂I'm really not much of a fan of these lawsuits. Nuisance is probably appropriate. Wish folks were more skeptical, read ingredient lists before purchasing product, and understood that marketeers earn a good living because they are good at seduction, persuasion, & temptation.
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gourmetmetrics Oct 28
I was actually surprised by my finding.
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gourmetmetrics Oct 28
The NOVA groups are squishy. My favorite Marinara sauce lists 8-12 ingredients, same as I use in my home-made version. Is that Group 3 or Group 4?
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FoodInsight.org Oct 27
Who else has politics on the brain? (A perfect time to test your presidential foodie trivia, we say!) Which U.S. president helped coin the term "meatless Mondays?"
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gourmetmetrics Oct 27
Cooking requires physical involvement with ingredients. Perhaps that is why it’s easier for people who cook to relate to the 4 NOVA food groups.
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Bill Hanage Oct 26
Neat extension to the Swiss cheese visualization (in French) of how different steps to reduce the risk of transmission add up, including things that are personal *and* collective responsibility - note the 'misinformation mouse' busy eating new holes for the virus to pass through
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Samin Nosrat Oct 26
. and I are fixing to record not one but TWO Thanksgiving episodes of HOME COOKING, so please send us your cooking questions!
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Look like a good thing to me too.
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Much of the discussion about so called ultra-processed foods is really not a discussion at all. It's a debate. As both cook and RDN, I'm all for folks l…
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gourmetmetrics Oct 25
I've run the numbers on several vegan cook books over the last year or so and your study reflects what I found. Going vegan in the presence of lack of time / lack of skill = significant increase foods.
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Replying to @ProfMikeGibney
I've run the numbers on several vegan cook books over the last year or so and your study reflects what I found. Going vegan in the presence of lack of time / lack of skill = significant increase foods.
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