Some Kinda Good – Rebekah Faulk Lingenfelser

In the great state of Georgia, strawberry season can stretch from late April to July 4, and did you know, they’re the first fruit to ripen each spring? 

Growing up, after a hearty dinner, my mom would always serve freshly baked pound cake on her blue and white china. The cake was served with a heaping pillowy dollop of sweetened whipped cream and a pile of macerated strawberries. I never had a chance not to love them.   

I can’t wait to visit my local farmers market this season to bring home a gallon-sized bucket full of these red-ripened vibrant gems.

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10 Kitchen Products Built To Withstand It All (And Look Good Doing So)

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Whether you’re entertaining guests around a marble island or chatting with your partner over a pot full of chili, your kitchen is easily the space that gets the most attention from visitors and family members alike. So, it’s only obvious that you’d want this room to be as beautiful as possible, from the fixtures and appliances you select to decor peppered throughout the space.

However, the components you choose shouldn’t just be aesthetically pleasing, but incredibly durable and able to withstand tons of use. With so many products out there, it can be challenging to uncover the ones

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Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie That’s Good for the Brain

When psychiatrist Drew Ramsey, MD, works with patients who have depression or anxiety, he of course asks many thoughtful questions related to what’s going on in their life. But he also asks a question that’s a little more unexpected: “What do you eat?”

Science has repeatedly shown that what you eat has a direct effect on how you feel emotionally, and it’s because of this connection that Dr. Ramsey works with patients to create depression- and anxiety-busting meals. While it’s still important to work through other root causes, this certainly is an important piece of the puzzle. It’s

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This Vegan Quesadilla Recipe Is Good For Your Brain| Well+Good

As neurologists and Alzheimer’s prevention experts (who also happen to be married to each other) Ayesha Sherzai, MD, and Dean Sherzai, MD, are passionate about spreading the news that cognitive decline is largely preventable. And you know what they say our biggest first line of defense is? Food.

Both doctors say that certain foods (like refined sugars, saturated fat, and excessive salt) have been repeatedly scientifically linked to contributing to cognitive decline. But there are tons of foods that do exactly the opposite, actively working to help strengthen neural connections in the brain. Through their 20 years of

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SOUND Nutrition Creates Feel Good, Flavorful Snack to Reinvigorate Healthy Eating Movement


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LOS ANGELES, March 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — SOUND™ Nutrition is shaking up the existing $605 billion global snack market with the introduction of the company’s flagship product, SOUND Bites: one of the first snacks that reimagines convenient, healthy eating, delivering physical and mental energy with a taste-good, feel-good, do-good experience. These satisfying, oval-shaped bites are made using premium-quality, natural ingredients and a patented process that uses ultrasonics, or sound waves – a first for the food industry – to preserve vital nutrients, develop flavor

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Thrifty Good Food – The Lincoln County News

The vernal equinox has arrived, so we may officially welcome spring! The snowbank in the lee of our house is finally shrinking and the clump of snowdrops in front is bobbing its blossoms in the sunshine. It may be a bit early to think of bringing out the grill. However, it is not too early to think of an updated version of old favorites, some with a new twist in ingredients.

Veal Parmigiana is a classic Mediterranean recipe served in many Italian restaurants with great acclaim. This dish, made with tender thin veal in breaded crust of breadcrumbs and cheese,

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