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Posted: 2019-03-18 09:08:00
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Some people experience intense rage or fear when they hear the sound of people chewing, spitting, or throat-clearing. Turns out they may have a rare condition known as misophonia.
Posted: 2019-03-16 11:13:28
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A study found consuming two eggs per day was linked to a 27 percent higher risk of developing heart disease. The finding reopens the debate about the potential risks of too much dietary cholesterol.
Posted: 2019-03-15 12:30:48
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NPR is working on a series of stories about overcoming the biological and mental hurdles to weight loss, and we want to hear from you.

Posted: 2019-03-20 14:30:52
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This is the ultimate guide for dying Easter eggs. Learn how to dye Easter eggs with food coloring or natural colors.  Is Easter egg dye edible? Knowing if your Easter egg dye is edible can be...
Posted: 2019-03-18 14:30:00
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Classic Braised Lamb Shanks are braised in the oven for fall-off-the-bone tender lamb that’s full of flavor. Also includes instructions for slow cooker and Instant Pot! Lamb shank might...
Posted: 2019-03-17 14:30:58
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These Cowboy Cookies taste like they came from a fancy bakery! They are thick and soft and full of nutty goodness!  They say that cowboy cookies originated back in the 1800s and were a popular...

Posted: 2019-03-21 12:02:49
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Millennials are drinking less, spurring beverage companies to create alternatives to traditional cocktails — using herbs, spices, citrus and veggies to craft unique flavors for nonalcoholic...
Posted: 2019-03-19 11:00:21
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Many U.S. chefs and retailers prefer intact fillets that constitute a single portion. That demand is driving overfishing for young fish that haven't reproduced. A new campaign aims to change...
Posted: 2019-03-17 18:15:00
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Irish cuisine has more to offer than just corned beef and cabbage. Award-winning Irish Chef and food writer Darina Allen shared a few of her favorite recipes.
Posted: 2019-03-17 13:20:38
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Why Are So Many Farmers Markets Failing? Because The Market Is Saturated
Farmers aren't producing enough to keep up with the number of smaller markets that keep popping up, often in close proximity to others. This results in fewer customers, unsold food and maybe...
Posted: 2019-03-16 11:13:28
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Cholesterol Redux: As Eggs Make A Comeback, New Questions About Health Risks
A study found consuming two eggs per day was linked to a 27 percent higher risk of developing heart disease. The finding reopens the debate about the potential risks of too much dietary cholesterol.
Posted: 2019-03-15 17:37:17
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How 'Peasant Food' Helped Chef Lidia Bastianich Achieve Her 'American Dream'
Bastianich grew up eating farm-to-table meals with her Italian family. After they fled Europe as refugees, she drew on those meals in opening her first restaurant. Originally broadcast May 7,...
Posted: 2019-03-14 18:08:28
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Did Cooking Really Give Us The F-Word?
Some linguists are arguing that the advent of softer food thousands of years ago led to changes in biting patterns and, eventually, to more frequent use of sounds like "f" and "v" in human languages.
Posted: 2019-03-13 22:00:23
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Amid The Unrest In Kashmir, Dal Lake's Floating Produce Market Is A Lifeline
Kashmir Valley, a place of stunning beauty, has been engulfed by violence for decades. While curfews often grind the rest of life to a halt, one market, sourced from giant floating gardens, is...
Posted: 2019-03-13 10:52:00
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Ohio Man Gives Up Food For Lent. He'll Survive On Beer
Del Hall is on a 46 day beer-only fast. On his Day 3 weigh-in, he tweeted that he was doing well and had lost seven pounds. Hall says he won't eat solid food until Easter Sunday.
Posted: 2019-03-10 11:00:53
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Commentary: 4 Ways To Reduce Plastics And Other Single-Use Disposables In Your Kitchen
From sandwich bags to paper towels, food prep and storage is rife with products destined for the landfill. Here's how one food writer cut back on waste without sacrificing modern conveniences.