TIP OF THE DAY: How To Store Lemon, Lime & Other Citrus

Since fruits typically keep better in the fridge, many people toss a lemon, lime, orange or grapefruit into the produce bin as soon as they bring it home. But that’s not the best way to store your citrus. In the cold, the juices and the peel both dry up. It won’t happen in a day…
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PRODUCT: Bergamot Sage Tea

A memorable cup of sage tea: healthy, organic and kosher. Photo by River Soma | THE NIBBLE. Last year, strolling through the farmers market at San Francisco’s Ferry Building, we met a farmer who grew fresh sage and turned it into sage tea. It was splendid, but we lost her card and never ordered any.…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Milk Benefits Help Grown-Ups, Too

You don’t have to be a kid to benefit from a few glasses of milk each day. In fact, adults can benefit quite nicely. In general, milk is known for abetting strong teeth and bones, good skin, immune system support and the prevention of dental decay, hypertension, respiratory problems, some forms of cancer and other…
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RECIPE: Elvis Sandwich

Elvis Presley’s favorite sandwich (photo courtesy Hipsubwg.Blogspot.com.   Elvis Presley was born on January 8, 1935, and left the world too soon in 1977. As has been told many times, his favorite food was a fried peanut butter and banana sandwich. Try one to see if you and Elvis enjoy the same snack. Here’s the…
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RECIPE: Grilled Salmon

Some of our staff eat grilled salmon for dinner every other night for its healthy omega-3 essential fatty acids. There are many ways to keep grilled salmon interesting. But instead of topping it with sugar-laden chutney, sauces and glazes, take a healthy approach. In this idea from Whole Foods Market, grilled wild salmon (so much…
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