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Since Shavuot is z'man matan Torateinu (the commemoration of the giving of the Torah to the Israelites on Mount Sinai), many dedicated religious Jews admirably stay up the entire first night of Shavuot to hear talks about and discuss Torah teachings....
Tags: Judaism, Conservation, Shavuot, Global Change, Heart Disease
The Spokesman-ReviewWe've all heard the news: Cooking at home is the remedy for a host of budget and health concerns that many of us struggle with today. Want to save money on your grocery bill? Cook. Need to slow down and reconnect with family and friends? Cook. Want to...
I have been a resident of Orange County for 37 years and have frequently enjoyed the beach and the fire rings. Never have I heard of a problem until this year. It appears that the rich of Newport Beach have convinced themselves that they are being...
Proposed legislation to remove junk food and sugar-loaded drinks from vending machines at California state office buildings and on government property is intensifying debate about when the battle against obesity becomes a gateway to "nanny state" tactics....
Adriana Martin is a fitness expert on Lifetime Channel's "Mission Makeover," in which she trains three South Florida women and helps structure their diet. The season finale is May 20. Martin performs a similar role on two Spanish-language shows also...
Reuters(Reuters) - My wife Becky and I experimented with radically cutting our food costs last week as part of a fundraising campaign created by a hunger charity. Under the "Live Below The Line" campaign sponsored by the Global Poverty Project, an Australian...
Tags: Onions, Green Beans, Poverty, Pasta, Zucchini
Thomas Ponce couldn't stand by while a baby shark caught by a Florida fisherman lay dying on a pier. "This shark hasn't lived," begged Thomas, who was 11 when the incident took place last year in Venice. After Thomas pleaded for more than 20 minutes,...
Tags: Lobbying, Casselberry, Fishing
St. Louis Post-DispatchWhen the scale spoke back to Pamela Scott two years ago, she didn't like what it said: 326 pounds, way over what her 5 foot 8 frame should be handling. She was visiting her daughter in St. Peters, and her daughter had an accurate scale. She expected she...
EntreeThe first few times I cooked polenta, I followed recipes that called for endless stirring, and as much as I enjoyed the result, I wasn't keen on making polenta very often. All that changed when I tried the technique described below, which requires...
Tags: Onions, Carrots, Cheese Corn, Asparagus, Salt
New Haven Register, Conn.Students are getting a taste of what it's like to be a vegetarian. The district is taking part in a nationwide campaign, US VegWeek, through the nonprofit advocacy group Compassion Over Killing. The program kicked off Monday, Earth Day, which a...
Austin American-StatesmanFUNDRAISERS Citywide bake sale, barbecue fundraisers slated for West residents The food community was quick to respond after last week's explosion in West. Within a few days, several fundraisers had already been set up, including a barbecue...
Tags: Soups, Animals, Authors, Tortilla Soup, Leeks
The BladeFor decades, people considered memory lapses as inevitable signs of aging. But according to Dr. Neal Barnard, author of 15 books on diet and health, people have a greater role in what happens to their memories because it's connected to the foods they eat....
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