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Extreme Eats: Texas-Sized Dosa | Houstonia

By Megha Tejpal | September 18, 2015 MAYBE I HAVE LIVED IN TEXAS so long or maybe my eyes are indeed bigger than my stomach, but I have simply gotten used to the fact that jumbo-sized foods are the new normal. Everything is bigger in Texas right? Right. But there’s big, and then there’s too big for your plate. And let’s face it, sometimes we crave exactly such an extreme meal. In the way of these extreme eats, there seems to be an overabundance of carnivorous options—whether it’s …

Eating local, thinking global: L.I. chef and food activist Bhavani Jaroff | Long Island Report

  By Natalia Orozco | June 7, 2015 Let’s face it: eating well when there’s a dollar menu and a Starbucks around every corner can be hard. Inspiring other people to do it also? Well, that’s an even greater undertaking. Now add motherhood, a Master’s in Education, and an extensive resume of kitchen experience to the mix and you have Bhavani Jaroff. The 58-year-old, Roslyn native is a woman on a mission, and it all started back in high school. “I’ve always been interested in food, …

Bo Derek’s plastic surgery, aging and beauty tips: Vegetarian diet and workout – National Celebrity Fitness and Health | Examiner.com

… beauty,” Derek toldCBS News. “I realize that it doesn’t last forever. Aging is really hard, and it’s tough. Bette Davis was right: It’s not for sissies.” Bo hasn’t had any plastic surgery on her face, but often gets criticized for not going under the knife because her face doesn’t have the wax-like Botoxed look many Hollywood celebrities sport. “I get credit on one hand for not having had a facelift, and then on the other hand it’s, …

Other views: Know how that chicken got to your table?

From DailyWorld | March 26, 2015 Americans just can’t get enough chicken. Since 1965, they’ve eaten more just about every year. Now, eggs are enjoying a revival, too. Not to spoil anyone’s next meal, but there are a few things you might want to know about that food on your plate. Most egg-laying hens spend their lives crammed in spaces so tiny they cannot turn around or spread their wings. While chickens raised for food have more freedom, they face horrifying deaths on assembly lines. …

Fredericksburg woman’s soup business grows organically – Fredericksburg.com: Local Business

… pay the mortgage every month from her sales. She also owns Fredericksburg Painting Services with husband Jeff Gandy. Pawlik does the accounting for that business, as well, but said making soup is cutting in to her time with the ledgers. She attributes the growth of her side business to a food revolution that is catching fire in Fredericksburg. “People want to see the face of the person who is selling the product,” she said. “And twice a week don’t have to think about how they are going …

Vegetarian lifestyle good for environment – The Morning Call

All humanity is at the point of having to make a very difficult choice. We either end our consumption of animal foods or face two consequences: the planet not being able to feed people sufficiently to maintain good health into the future, and the destruction of our environments that have provided for life for hundreds of millions of years. Here’s the present situation and future expectation. We have to recognize that the world has an increasing number of people who want and expect enough …

The 8 ways eating vegetarian changed my daily life

… my energy back. Now with only eating mainly fruit and vegetables, I simply don’t feel tired after eating. If I feel tired it is because I have been busy and doing too much or because I went to bed too late (my own fault!). It has nothing to do with food. A BIG difference in my life!2. My skin looks and feels different.One of the first early changes I noticed with my body was my skin. Especially on my face. It looked simply healthier, clearer and felt smoother surprisingly only after one …

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