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Can You Eat Dandelion Flowers?

Dandelions are a perennial plant with hundreds of varieties. The plant can grow up to 12 inches high and has elongated, lance-like...

9 Ways to Make Root Vegetables Anything but Boring

9 Ways to Make Root Vegetables Anything but Boring. Winter root vegetables are often overlooked in favor of the more popular kale, broccoli and the like. But root vegetables are not only deliciously versatile, they’re also full of health benefits. Beets, sweet potato, carrots and other root vegetables can help lower inflammation, promote skin and eye health and fight free-radical damage. From roasted rutabaga fries to parsnip morning muffins, these scrumptious recipes might just convince you to add more root vegetables to your dinner rotation.

What Side Dish Do You Cook Along With Brisket?

Beef brisket is a traditional southern smokey barbecue treat made from the breast of the cow and slow cooked until tender and juic...

How to Cook Soul Food: Cornbread Dressing With Gizzards

Cornbread-gizzard stuffing taps into the frugal side of soul food, where nothing goes to waste and inexpensive ingredients are pr...

How to Bake Red Potatoes in an Aluminum Foil Packet for the Oven

Foil packets filled with potatoes are a convenient side dish for the grill, but you can use the same method to prepare potatoes in...

Alternative Ways to Cook Turkey Necks

Turkey necks are an often overlooked cut of the bird, as they have little substance compared to meatier cuts like breasts and wing...

9 Ways to Make Sweet Potato Fries That Will Blow Your Mind

9 Ways to Make Sweet Potato Fries That Will Blow Your Mind. Believe it or not, you can have your fries and eat them, too. Sweet potato fries, that is! When you swap out white potatoes for sweet potatoes, you add a lot of nutritional value, and if you roast them instead of frying, they’re even healthier. Sweet potatoes are full of beta carotene, B vitamins, potassium, fiber and phosphorous. For these recipes I use white, garnet and purple varieties. Purple are the least sweet, so I use them with savory toppings, while white and orange work well with sweet or savory. Now check out these nine recipes that will blow your mind!

What Is the Glycemic Index of Basmati Rice?

The glycemic index is a measure of how your body handles sugar. Foods are given a score as to how they compare to glucose. Glucose...

Rice & Oats Nutrition

Whole grains, including oats and brown or wild rice, are essential for overall good health and may reduce your risk of hyperlipide...
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