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Susan Liang
Sue Liang is the founder of Asulia Foods. With Asulia, she combines her love of vegetables and food with her commitment to helping girls around the world. When she’s not creating new recipes, you can find her on her yoga mat or putting hot sauce on almost everything she eats! She lives in Boston, MA.

Entries by Susan Liang

5 Ways to Go Green Beyond Giving Up Almond Milk on Earth Day

(2) Comments | Posted April 22, 2015 | 8:03 PM

You've probably heard it all by now. Almondgate, the Devil Eats Marzipan, the 1.1 gallons of water it takes to grow an almond -- which is a lot, but a little misleading when it isn't put into perspective. A few years ago no one would have...

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How Empowered Women Make It Happen

(0) Comments | Posted March 9, 2015 | 6:02 PM

Not only is March Women's History Month, but March 8, 2015 is International Women's Day. This year, the United Nation's theme is "Empowering Women, Empowering Humanity: Picture it!" -- it's up to us to make "it" happen.

Before you can realize the "it" that you've been waiting for, you need...

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Whole Plant Eating: Squash Seeds

(1) Comments | Posted December 1, 2014 | 2:26 PM

We've all been there before -- an evening spent peeling away and finally we have sheets of spiced, cubed squash roasting away in the oven. The kitchen is starting to warm up with the savory smell of garlic and herbs, with a bowl of salad greens just waiting for the...

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5 Startup Secrets for Women

(0) Comments | Posted November 19, 2014 | 11:38 AM

For the majority of women in the world, entrepreneurship is a necessity--there are no jobs or other options for their immediate family members to sustain themselves. It is a means of survival that ensures food, shelter, and clothing for them and their families.

Being a woman in a developed...

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Beyond Pumpkin: Meet Its Cousins

(2) Comments | Posted November 14, 2014 | 10:06 AM

It doesn't matter where you are this season -- there's no escaping them. They're at every family gathering, spicing up your morning coffee run, taking over menus, and even lining office window sills! That's right: winter squash. From the omnipresent pumpkin (and its trendy cousin, pumpkin spice) to striped and...

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5 Documentaries to Sink Your Teeth Into for Food Day

(0) Comments | Posted October 24, 2014 | 5:11 PM

No matter who we are socially, culturally, or economically -- snappily-dressed professionals savoring the latest culinary innovation at that new experimental joint downtown or a college student taking their first stab at budget cooking in a cramped kitchen -- we all eat. Food matters to all of us; it's kind...

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How Is a Girl's Worth Actually Determined?

(0) Comments | Posted October 13, 2014 | 12:53 PM

Worthiness, how do we determine the value of something? Is it by price, by appearance, by placement, by brand? Human life is priceless, beautiful, and one of a kind. The possibilities of shaping one's character are limitless and only bound by the borders we set for ourselves -- so why...

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10 Steps to Becoming a Food Entrepreneur

(0) Comments | Posted June 12, 2014 | 5:04 PM

Food. Yeah, it's kind of a big deal. It's a fundamental part of life -- we all eat! I love how food crosses all cultures and connects people. A place at the table brings us together to share a meal regardless of our background, beliefs, or language.

Now more...

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3 Questions Millennial Entrepreneurs Get Asked

(1) Comments | Posted February 23, 2014 | 5:45 PM

I'm 29 years old, and I'm the founder and CEO of a food start-up company. When I'm out at events people often ask me these questions.

1. Are you working on a school project?
2. Where are your co-founders?
3. Are your parents funding you?

It's not...

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Why the International Day of the Girl is Necessary

(0) Comments | Posted October 11, 2013 | 8:50 AM

On this International Day of the Girl we need to recognize that millions of girls around the world desperately need us. A person's gender should not decide their worth. Yet, right now in our own community and afar, being born as a girl can mean an end of a life...

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Finding My Present by Finding My Past

(0) Comments | Posted October 8, 2013 | 9:27 AM

I always wondered what I should do with my career. Although I had a great job working in corporate America, it never felt like it was a good fit for me. Sure, I liked suiting up once in a while, but something was missing. I talked with other young women...

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Off the Street and Into Hope

(0) Comments | Posted September 16, 2013 | 5:33 PM

Life has an interesting way of surprising us when we least expect it. For me, everything fell apart and came back together in the most challenging, beautiful, and emotionally charged chapter of my life.

Growing up, my mother would always tell me how fortunate I was when I didn't...

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