Tag: meat

Best Ways To Cook Healthy

There are many different levels of cooking. There are the cooks that know to make a mean instant mac-and-cheese and whip up a microwave dinner in minutes, and then those who can create culinary masterpieces buffet style with all the trimmings. Even if you aren’t a professional in the kitchen, cooking healthier is so easy

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Why become a vegetarian?

“Oh, you’re a vegetarian??!!” is the comment I commonly hear. While I changed to the veggie side for a brief stint back in the day, living without chicken always seemed impossible. Until suddenly it was so possible. I am no meat eater. I gave up eating meat somewhere in my adolescence. Hot dogs and sloppy

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Thursday Taco Dinner

When people inquire about my unique food preferences—such as my favorite meal,cheese & tomato sandwiches—they predictably allows says, “Oh, you’re a vegetarian.” Though I have dabbled in a diet sans meat, my love for fish and chicken always has be coming back for a bite. “No, I just eat chicken and fish,” I routinely reply.

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Healthy Barbeque Behaviors

The 4th of July might as well be national barbeque day. Commemorating Independence Day usually means hot dogs, hamburgers, beers, sun, and time spent with family and friends. While we should all enjoy ourselves this holiday weekend, it is important to consider our health to make sure that we are well enough to continue celebrating

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Tyson Foods Buys Hillshire Brands

Tyson Foods Inc. has defeated Pilgrim’s Pride Corp. in a two-week battle to buy Hillshire Brands. The final bids were due on Sunday, Tyson offering $63 a share in cash and Pilgrim’s Pride withdrawing its $55 a share bid. Tyson’s acquire of Hillshire would value to company at approximately $7.7 billion. Hillshire Brands, known for

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What the beef?! Ground Beef Recalled After E. coli Outbreak

On Monday, federal agriculture officials stated that a meat packing company is recalling ground beef after E. coli illness had been reported in four states. Based in Detroit, Wolverine Packing Co., pulled 1.8 million pounds of beef that was produced March 31 to April 18. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service

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