What should farmers do to make sure fruits and vegetables are safe to eat? That's the question at the core of listening sessions being held by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The agency is seeking comments on the proposed new Food Safety Modernization Act rules.
Poor Nathanael Johnson. He made a huge error in his new book. Didn't anyone tell him that the way to sell books these days is to skim over the research, tap into the juicy bits that match your preconceived notions and then offer the reader an easy yet extreme solution?
Many foods can be eaten raw, and many foods are the better for it. An emphasis on eating mostly plants is irrefutably good, be they raw or cooked. But the case for raw food diets is oversold, the rhetoric is overheated, and the claims of universal benefits -- substantially overcooked.
Since the beginning of my raw journey, I have dreamed about a place where tons of healthy raw options would be flowing. Because let's face it, unless you are in a big city like LA or New York, there aren't going to be many raw restaurants around.
I began watching his very inspiring and zany videos day and night. After a week of watching, I got out my juicer. Then I went out and bought a boatload of produce. I began juicing and eating lots of raw food via Dan's recipes.
When hiking without shoes, each step is a new sensation. The sudden jolt of a sharp rock sends chills up my spine. But in the next step, I am greeted by a soothing cool stone and then a warm patch of dried leaves.