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  1. Daily Dish: Tuesday

    Ways to top your popcorn. A new method for cooking pasta. A winter galette with harissa. Every day our plates get filled with news from the world of food. Here’s what our editors found most interesting today.

    Categories: In the News, Whole Story Editors

  2. GMO Facts

    Let’s talk GMO (genetically modified organism)—what it means, why it exists and see which GMO crops are most prevalent. Check out these quick facts about GMOs.
  3. Perk up Your Popcorn

    How do you improve on something as perfect as popcorn? With cracked black pepper, maple syrup, spices, herbs, lemon zest, dried fruits or nuts, of course! Here are 10 wow-worthy flavored popcorn combinations.

    Categories: Food & Recipes, fall, Elizabeth Leader Smith

  4. The Value Guru Takes a Few Shortcuts

    Summer's outdoor activities often mean I return home exhausted and hungry in the way that one's brain doesn't function well enough to put a complete meal together from scratch. This is when I grant myself full permission to take urban shortcuts vs. the scenic route, so to speak, in the kitchen.

    Categories: Value - Whole Deal, Susannah Simone

  5. Succulent Ways to Savor Salmon

    Everyone in the family loves salmon's rich flavor that is well suited to a variety of preparations. And right now is a great time to get on the salmon boat, because it’s Copper River salmon time!

    Categories: Food & Recipes, Seafood, summer, Megan Myers

  6. The Yonge & Sheppard Diner & Cafe

    Our full service Diner is a first for our Toronto stores! Open daily 8am - 8pm, we offer a variety of delicious options.  Our burgers are made with a special in-house blend of ground meat (Also available in our Meat Department), we offer smoked meat sandwiches, a breakfast poutine and in-house made peameal bacon breakfast sandwiches, to name a few. The Diner and cafe also features a full service Smoothie Bar with a variety of creative blends to choose from, you can also build your own, or add a Vega Protein Powder at an additonal cost. 
  7. Cooking With Peas

    From snacking out of hand to adding to your favorite dinners, pea recipes are a great way to welcome spring and all the sunshine-y days ahead.

    Categories: Food & Recipes, Produce, Megan Myers

  8. The Advantages of Carob

    So, let's be frank: When you love chocolate, it's hard to find a replacement with the same flavor and mouth-feel, right? Enter carob.

    Categories: Food & Recipes, Healthy Eating, Sugar Conscious, Healthy Swaps, Alana Sugar

  9. GMO Fast Facts

    October is Non-GMO Month, so it’s the perfect time to share some of the basics of genetically modified organisms, as well as delve into the details.

    Categories: GMOs, Food Issues, Organics, Paige Brady

  10. Premium Body Care Unacceptable Ingredients

    */ Premium Body Care Unacceptable Ingredients Last Updated September 2015 Ingredient Qualifier 1,2-Hexanediol 2-Propanone acetamide MEA acetone Acrylates copolymer
  11. Crazy for Cocoa

    While we most often associate cocoa with sweet treats, it’s a fine addition to some savory dishes as well. Some cooks like to add a bit of cocoa powder to a pot of chili, a rich savory sauce or bean soups and stews. Here are some more delicious ways to enjoy cocoa.

    Categories: Food & Recipes, Alana Sugar

  12. E2 Blog Day 16

    Baking without oil! Engine 2’s Chocolate Pie with Crispbread Crust This delicious pie filling is from Rip’s second national best-seller, My Beef with Meat. We have combined the pie filling with a creative pie crust recipe because this one is just too good not to share! Created by a Whole Foods Market Healthy Eating Specialist at the Tustin-Jamboree store!   Chocolate Filling 10 ounces pitted dates (about 16 large Medjool dates), soaked in water overnight
  13. Cooking with Green Beans: Traditional or with a Twist

    Although a summer vegetable, green beans have been gracing our holiday tables since the mid 1950’s thanks to the popular green bean casserole. Today autumn meals include a wide variety of green bean recipes from salads to stir-fries.

    Categories: Food & Recipes, Produce, Holidays, Alana Sugar

  14. Vegan Baking Tips and Recipes

    New to vegan baking? There are plenty of alternatives for honey, eggs, butter, milk and cream, so treats such as cakes, pies, cookies and quick breads are within your reach.

    Categories: Food & Recipes, Alana Sugar

  15. More Peas, Please!

    Learn how team member and first-time Mom Christine rises to the challenge of making dinner for baby and dad using the same main ingredient: green peas.

    Categories: Food & Recipes, Kid Friendly, Christine O'Connor

  16. Engine 2’s Macaroni & Not Cheese

    This Engine 2 Mac & Not Cheese recipe can fill the void for old comfort food cravings. The cashews and lemon juice combine to provide a creaminess that you might not expect from a plant-strong, dairy-free dish.

    Categories: Food & Recipes, Healthy Eating, Vegetarian, vegan, Dairy Free, Rip Esselstyn

  17. Curry: a Global Favorite

    Curry dishes can be made from a variety of meats, fish and poultry, vegetables and legumes. Cooks around the world rely on an assortment of spices and varying flavors, creating inspiring delights.

    Categories: Food & Recipes, Alana Sugar

  18. E2 Blog Day 5

    No Moo Milk! Macaroni and Not Cheese! One of Rip’s favorite meals growing up was a plate of frozen Stouffer’s® Macaroni and Cheese, which he would make for himself whenever his parents went out to dinner.  After cooking it in the oven for 30 minutes, he would excitedly pull a stool up to their horseshoe-shaped kitchen island and dig in while watching his favorite television program, The Wild Wild West. Rip now recommends making this recipe for guests and keeping the television off.
  19. Share Your Best Meal of The Week

    I'm always looking for fresh meal ideas. Some excellent ones have come from this ongoing "Best Meal of the Week" post where we get to help each other figure out what's good for dinner.

    Categories: Food & Recipes, Paige Brady

  20. Get to Know Moringa

    What’s hot? Moringa! The moringa is a tree native to the southern Himalayas, and grown in places like India, Indonesia, Thailand, and Africa as a food source. In the U.S, this superfood is available as a powdered supplement or liquid shot and can be added to smoothies, salads and soups.

    Categories: Trends & New Stuff, Food & Recipes, Megan Myers

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