Tricky health information is all around us, yet rather than toss up our hands in defeat, we’re taking things step-by-step with help from our favorites over at Chalkboard Mag. Below they’re sharing about salt, the good, the bad and the pink. Keep reading for more!
It’s no secret, salt has a bad rep. Processed bleached salt does contribute to the physical imbalances and issues that have fueled a salt backlash over the past couple of decades, but natural salt, in it’s completely raw state, is a horse of a different color. Unrefined salt is a vital source of trace minerals that can provide some serious health benefits.
As a lover of food and flavor, I adore exploring well curated and unique restaurants all over the country. I recently had the opportunity to experience Fig & Olive of Los Angeles, a local Italian eatery flooded with artisanal olive oils and Italian-everything in abundance.
As part of each meal you’re given various olive oils and the opportunity to taste each one. Through my dining experience, I learned that tasting olive oil can truly be an art.
Fig & Olive’s founder, Laurent Halasz, has put together a guide for tasting olive oil that she shares with us, here:
Spending time in the kitchen around the holidays is a blast, yet it can be quite time consuming especially when you are making multiple dishes. This pie is incredibly decadent, a fun alternative to the usual holiday spread and is truly a one dish wonder.
Carbohydrates. To some, this is a word that invokes happiness, while in others it invokes complete disdain.
Over the past few years carbs have gotten a really bad reputation, yet it wasn’t until a friend came to me with a question that pushed me to finally
Our friends at Chalkboard Mag lend some helpful advice on how to create more balance in what we eat. We love their advice, specifically on how to choose what fats to include in our diets and which ones to kick.
In a perfect world, every summer
Its August! Which means we are in the heart of summer flavor. The changing months mean that, in the kitchen, we can experiment with a variety of flavors and tastes all while promoting a holistic, healthy lifestyle and taking care of our earth’s resources.
Healing through food has become increasingly popular in the medical field, for it has been found that the removal of certain food groups can aide in decreasing inflammation, curing type II diabetes, reversing the early stages of heart disease … and the list goes on.
Food can say many things—it can be the cause of celebration, it can reflect the changing seasons, it can signify tradition and it can hold memories. But one substantial role of food is to bring nourishment, comfort. When the loves in our lives are undergoing
I live in a big city. That means everything is expensive. There is no where to park, and any sort of unhealthy vice you might be prone to is readily available to you at any moment. That’s why when my mind is enlightened to some
The leaves have changed, Starbucks has decorated everything in red, Christmas music is playing all around, and the air is notably crisp. The holidays are here, and we all know what that means: eating, eating, and more eating.
While I love the nostalgia of eating plates