TIP OF THE DAY: Uses For Edamame

[1] Most edamame is eaten like this: squeezed from the pod (photo © Sun Basket). [2] Add edamame to grain bowls, green salads, protein salads and salad bowls (photo © Cottonbro | Pexels). [3] Add edamame to pasta and pasta salads (photo © Mgg Vitchakorn | Unsplash). [4] Edamame and corn salad with oregano vinaigrette.…
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TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Whole Earth Stevia Leaf & Monk Fruit Sweetener

We have been using noncaloric sweeteners for decades, starting with zero-calorie soda brands in middle school, then on cereal and other foods as packets of the sweetener became available. While we’ve tried every brand over the years, our reigning favorite was Splenda (sucralose), introduced to the U.S. in 1999. Not only did it have less…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Creamed Honey For Toast & Much More

WHAT IS CREAMED HONEY? Creamed honey is crystallized honey, that can be spread like jam. It is also called cream honey and honey creme. Almost all honey crystallizes over time; the time frame depends on the particular type of nectar from which the bees gathered the pollen (photo #7). The higher amount of sugar a…
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TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Baileys Red Velvet Irish Cream Liqueur

A few weeks ago we wrote about Bailey’s Red Velvet Irish Cream Liqueur in a product review. We’ve grown so very fond of it that we’ve elevated it to a Top Pick Of The Week. A special edition for Holiday 2019, chocolate lovers should not miss this one (photo #1). Baileys Red Velvet Irish Cream…
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