• Trending Food

    Trending Recipes From Social Media to Try

    We’ve partnered with Straight Talk Wireless to help you take advantage of the trends that are worth your time. Browse more viral recipes on social media with Straight Talk Wireless’s unlimited talk, text, and data plan (first 25GB at high speeds, then at 2G) with no contract for $45 per month. Social media trends aren’t always what they seem — especially when it comes to food. Though some viral recipes live up to their fame, others don’t taste quite as good as they look on camera. Instead of spending your time testing every single recipe that comes along, look out  

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  • Vegetarian

    ‘A Vegetarian WW Diet And Peloton Rides Helped Me Lose 127 Pounds’

    My name is Pamela Schlosser (@adventureswithpamcakes), and I’m 37 years old. I’m from Grand Rapids, Michigan, and I’m a baker and stay-at-home mom. By rejoining Weight Watchers, improving my relationship with food, eating a vegetarian diet, and riding my Peloton five days a week, I lost 127 pounds in less than two years. I’ve always struggled with my weight. While I’ve tried to lose weight in the past, I’ve always been unsuccessful. I would join Weight Watchers (now called WW) and lose 20 pounds, then I’d quit. I would gain the weight back, and more. My famous line  

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  • Healthy Food

    Hurdles holding back SNAP participants from healthy diets reveal opportunities for brands, retailers

    According to a survey​ conducted by the US Department of Agriculture published yesterday, 88% of SNAP recipients routinely face hurdles to a healthy diet with cost being the most frequently cited challenge by 61% of participants, followed by lack of time to prepare meals from scratch (30%), need for transportation or distance to the grocery store (19% and 18% respectively) and lack of knowledge about healthy foods (16%). The survey of 4,522 SNAP households and more than 100 in-depth interviews was conducted by the USDA and Institute of Medicine and the National Research Council as a first step to  

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  • Food Recipes

    ‘Spice up your life’ with Pittsburgh food blogger Chand’s Kitchen

    Meet Chandni Patel, the Shadyside-based blogger serving up inspired vegetarian eats over at Chand’s Kitchen. Her site shares recipes for everything from Roasted Red Pepper Ravioli and Tandoori Paneer Puffs to Rose Barfi and Mango Kulfi. Chandni is a data analyst by day, but as soon as the sun goes down, she applies her math skills toward measuring ingredients in the kitchen. Chandni’s tagline on her blog, “spice up your life,” refers to the rich Indian flavors she grew up eating, as well as her boundless desire to experience new food, places, and activities. We chatted with Chandni  

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  • Coffee News

    SCA Launching Green Coffee Summit with August EventDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

    The Specialty Coffee Association (SCA) is launching the Green Coffee Summit, a free online event for green coffee market participants taking place Aug. 25-26. The Summit will be augmented by a green coffee digital resources library curated by the SCA. Conceptually, the Green Coffee Summit resembles the SCA’s Coffee Retail Summit, which concluded its second event yesterday. Neither SCA online summit is affiliated with Roast magazine’s own Roast Summit, which has taken place both in person and online since Jan. 2020. Day 1 of the SCA’s green summit, which will be primarily held in English, will include  

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  • Healthy Food

    Healthy Eating Doesn’t Have to Be Expensive: 10 Cost-Cutting Tips

    Many people believe that you have to spend lots of money to eat healthy. However, that doesn’t have to be the case. On the contrary, the cost of not-so-healthy fast food, convenience meals, and snacks can stack up pretty quickly and become very expensive over time. In my personal experience, I’ve also found that eating healthy can actually save money in the long run, especially if you stick to a few key principles when shopping for, selecting, and preparing your food. Here are 14 simple tips that can help you save money while eating healthy. Seasonal fruits and vegetables are  

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  • Food Recipes

    Memphis authors pen new cookbook

    Memphis authors Justin Fox Burks and Amy Lawrence have penned their fourth cookbook. “Vegetarian Cooking for Two: 80 Perfectly Portioned Recipes for Healthy Eating” is focused on cooking flavorful vegetarian meals for two, with no waste.  It’s a book that comes from the heart. The couple spent the pandemic at home cooking every meal. “After a full year cooking three meals a day, we found ourselves making simpler and quicker recipes,” Lawrence said. “I may be tired at the end of a long day, but I still want a good meal.” “There is just two of us,” Burks said. “Typically,  

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