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Where is everyone from?
My eating-well-on-a-budget challenge and some of the responses to it have made me wonder about the demographics of the site. Want to share? Where are you from? Do you live in an urban, suburban, small ...
384 replies, last reply by Rindaloo, 10 months ago.   92,760 views.
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Hoser's eating well on a budget challenge: Concluded
I hear over and over again that eating healthy food is too expensive, that processed food is so much cheaper than good food, and that people can't afford to diet because the food costs too much. I ...
61 replies, last reply by Pawsome, 2 years ago.   9,501 views.
started by Hoser.   
Be aware of sodium intake
Friday night I had dinner at a lovely upscale restaurant near my office. They have fabulous bread, which is served with cow milk butter, goat milk butter, and a small dish of lovely sea salt flakes. ...
no replies.   1,833 views.
started by Hoser, 3 years ago.   
Today's dieting tip: Do Not Drink This
NPR attempted to make [url=http://www.npr.org/blogs/... sugariest drink in the world[/url]. Just reading about it will probably put you off sweets for a long time.
1 reply, last reply by erika2633, 3 years ago.   1,829 views.
started by Hoser.   
Try this vegetable: Jicama
I'm firmly of the mind that a healthy diet involves lots of food that comes out of the ground, and not so much that comes out of packages and factories. I'm a big fan of trying new things, and ...
6 replies, last reply by KayseaLove, 3 years ago.   2,489 views.
started by Hoser.   
Easy healthy soup: butternut squash
I'm not the best cook in the world, but I believe that food is best when it's made with real ingredients rather than processed food. Since many people don't cook like that anymore, or don ...
7 replies, last reply by erika2633, 3 years ago.   2,658 views.
started by Hoser.   
CSA Box puzzle of the week -- what would you make?
My CSA box for the week contained the following: 6 satsuma mandarin oranges 3 fuji apples 2 meyer lemons 1 bunch celery 1 bunch carrots 1 lb baby bok choy 1 bunch spinach 1 bunch kale I'm trying ...
5 replies, last reply by Hoser, 3 years ago.   2,289 views.
started by Hoser.   
How to cook in a very limited kitchen? Help!
I'm about to go to London for a week. I rented a small apartment for my stay, which means that I'll have a tiny little kitchen to work with. I don't know exactly how it's equipped, but ...
10 replies, last reply by mmpearce, 4 years ago.   7,114 views.
started by Hoser.   
Guy rides stationary bike across the country in one year
This guy [url=http://boingboing.net/201... his exercise bike "across the country" in one year[/url]. Watch him ride the last three miles while he talks about the process of doing it, and how ...
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started by Hoser, 4 years ago.   
Puzzle: What do you make with this CSA box?
My CSA box is showing up tomorrow, and it has an odd (for me, at least) assortment of things: 4 Fuji apples 2 kiwi 2 Haas avocados 1 bunch carrots 1 bunch radishes (which I'll probably give away) ...
5 replies, last reply by riocaz, 4 years ago.   3,300 views.
started by Hoser.   
Becoming a creature of habit
One of the key things that I need to do in order to build a new habit is to get all of my ducks in a row ahead of time so that it's easy for me to do whatever it is I want to do. For example, I&# ...
1 reply, last reply by mrspackrat, 4 years ago.   1,598 views.
started by Hoser.   
Android app like C25K, but customizable
I'm doing the Couch to 5K from scratch, since I've been away from running for a while. I have a fairly good time-keeping app for my Android phone, but it only does the standard C25K program. ...
no replies.   2,960 views.
started by Hoser, 4 years ago.   
On cooking real food -- "What do I do with all this stuff?"
I know that some people here cook often, using lots of fresh produce and other healthy items. Others have mentioned that they don't really know how to cook very well, so they tend to use lots of ...
11 replies, last reply by riocaz, 4 years ago.   6,231 views.
started by Hoser.   
What's in your CSA box?
I'd been thinking about signing up for one of the many organic CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture) in my area. If you're not familiar, the idea is pretty simple: you sign up, and each week ...
11 replies, last reply by mmpearce, 4 years ago.   7,536 views.
started by Hoser.   
Return of the Salad Porn
It's been a while since I posted salad porn, but I'm eating something tasty right now so here it is. The salad is lettuce, cherry tomatoes, figs, smoked salmon, and gorgonzola. The dressing is ...
4 replies, last reply by Hoser, 4 years ago.   4,024 views.
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