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Home Cooking Increases Longevity, Cambridge Study Shows

Home Cooking Increases Longevity, Cambridge Study Shows

Commented May 20, 2012 at 22:42:59 in Healthy Living

“My crockpot is my most used kitchen appliance. I make a huge batch and freeze the excess food in individual containers. During the week, I defrost them as needed. Easy. Quick. Cheap... And, extremely, healthy.”

Lindeen on May 21, 2012 at 02:21:32

“I don't use my crockpot enough, but you've inspired me to begin using it again, so thanks.”
Home Cooking Increases Longevity, Cambridge Study Shows

Home Cooking Increases Longevity, Cambridge Study Shows

Commented May 20, 2012 at 22:38:58 in Healthy Living

“I am a man. I cook. I am still alive.”

smeeeee on May 21, 2012 at 01:27:40

“Oky-doky”
Paula Deen Opens Up About Diabetes And New Diet (VIDEO)

Paula Deen Opens Up About Diabetes And New Diet (VIDEO)

Commented May 19, 2012 at 12:33:59 in Healthy Living

“Thank you for saying this! Deen was clearly in denial regarding her actions.”
Benefits of Fruits and Vegetables

Benefits of Fruits and Vegetables

Commented Jul 12, 2012 at 14:10:34 in Healthy Living

“What's the difference between a sweet potato and yam? Are they nutritionally equivalent?”

seerickson on Jul 13, 2012 at 09:51:17

“The are actually two completely different plant families but the U.S. Department of Agriculture requires boxes of Sweet Potatoes to also be labeled yams, hence the confusion. Nyami were a native African starch plant and Southern slaves applied their colloquial name to Yam to sweet potatoes here in the "new world" that come from central America. Yams are considered to be lower sugar varieties. Plant breeders starting applying the term "yam" to new varieties they developed of sweet potatoes, such as garnet and jewel that are actually varieties of sweet potatoes that are all part of the morning glory family. So coming around to the beginning of your question what you will find in the grocery they are the same thing and are nutitionally equivalent. Otherwise it is a matter of taste, my personal favorites are the light skinned light fleshed ones that aren't very sweet but bake up like an Idaho potato.”
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Fat Loss Made Simple

Commented May 9, 2012 at 16:00:57 in Healthy Living

“Let me 2nd that! Excellent article! It's nice to read good fitness advice in a mainstream blog.”

paulspector on May 10, 2012 at 04:53:30

“Much appreciated. Please spread the word!”