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These Are the 7 Healthiest Salad Greens You Can Eat

The most nutritious greens may surprise you—here are 7 of the healthiest salad greens and how to use them. If you consistently try to be healthy, it can sometimes be

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Why Chili Oil Should Be Your Go-To Spicy Condiment

Chili oil is an addictive condiment, and it’s not just for Asian cuisine. Add it to eggs, pasta, pizza, seafood, and anything else that could use some spice—even ice cream.

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7 New Rules of Restaurant Etiquette as Coronavirus Lockdowns Begin to Lift

Coronavirus lockdowns are beginning to end in some places; others will still have a while to wait. But when restaurants reopen, how does the new normal look when dining in?

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Easy Salad Dressing Recipes to Make You Excited to Eat Your Greens

Whether you prefer a light vinaigrette or a thicker, bolder accompaniment to your salad, dressing adds a welcome statement to fresh veggies, not to mention tuna, chicken, and other heartier

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From Le Cordon Bleu to the Cafeteria: Mihoko Obunai Is Changing School Lunch for the Better

In honor of Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we’re celebrating some of our favorite chefs and entrepreneurs. Chef Mihoko Obunai, winner of the Real School Food Challenge, spoke with

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Consider Donating to These Food Banks During the Coronavirus Crisis 

With the coronavirus ravaging entire industries and putting hourly wage workers out of a paycheck, more folks are likely to go hungry in America and around the world. Consider donating to one

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The Best Beer Clubs and Subscription Boxes for Suds Lovers

Whether you need to find the perfect gift for the beer lover in your life, or you are the beer lover and want to try new things, look no further

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15 Toaster Oven Recipes You Need to Try ASAP

Are you thinking about kicking your toaster oven to the curb? Does it seem like it’s taking up way too much counter space and getting used way too infrequently? You

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6 Places to Buy Fruit & Vegetable Plants Online

If you’re looking for places to buy plants online (particularly those for fruits and vegetables so you can grow your own food), these are some of the best plant delivery

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How to Start a Garden: 5 Tips for Beginners

There’s no better way to ensure a constant supply of fresh ingredients than by starting a vegetable garden. Starting a new vegetable garden is not complicated and it doesn’t need

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How to Keep Yourself Calm, Well-Fed, and Healthy Right Now

Most of us are experts when it comes to coronavirus lockdown logistics by now, but grocery store shortages, ever-changing information (do we wear masks or not?), and general fatigue after

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The Best Memorial Day Kitchen and Cookware Sales Happening Now

We’ve got your one-stop for the best kitchen sales for Memorial Day Weekend 2020 including deals on cookware, kitchen gadgets, appliances, grills, grilling gear, and more.

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How One Woman Is Bringing Indian Flavors to American Ice Cream

Throughout Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Chowhound is celebrating some of our favorite chefs, cookbook authors, and entrepreneurs. Here, Pooja Bavishi, the woman behind Malai, an Indian-inspired ice cream

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Ron Finley’s Gardening Masterclass Will Teach You How to Grow Food & Change Your Life

If you want to learn to grow your own food, there’s no better teacher than Ron Finley. Lucky for you, he now offers a MasterClass on gardening—and shared some tips

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No Eggs? Here Are the Best Egg Substitutes for Baking and Cooking

If you’re new to plant-based eating, knowing which egg substitute to choose can be tricky; egg alternatives are many, and which one you want depends on what exactly you’re making.

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How to Grow an Herb Garden, Indoors or Out

Easy? Maybe not. Rewarding? Hell yeah.

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Growing Beans Is Easy & Has a Bonus Benefit for Your Garden

Gardeners love to grow beans. They grow fast, have beautiful flowers, and are fairly low-maintenance. There are seemingly endless varieties of beans to choose from—and beans are also some of

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You Can Grow Your Own Potatoes Even If You Don’t Have a Garden

Potatoes are a food staple in many cultures. They store well and make a versatile base for many dishes. Potatoes can be planted very early in the gardening season, as

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7 Easy Tips to Start a Windowsill Garden at Home

Extra time on our hands during quarantine has proven that we home cooks certainly like to embark on projects. We’ve attempted sourdough starter, regrown our scallions from chopped bulbs into

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No Flour? These Are the Best Substitutes for Baking and Cooking

Need a flour substitute? There are many, but the best one depends on what you need it for.

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How to Grill Corn on the Cob: Which Way Is Best?

Knowing how to grill corn on the cob is a necessary summer skill, so here’s how to do it right—whether you grill corn without the husk or with it on.

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