Two simple ways to change your diet to help the planet

Surely everyone can waste a little less, eat a little less meat. Just doing those two things would Matter. https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2021/04/rules-eating-fight-climate-change/618515/ Your Diet Is Cooking the Planet But two simple changes can help.ANNIE LOWREYAPRIL 6, 2021 GETTY What’s for dinner? On a planet wracked by rising seas, expanding deserts, withering biodiversity, and hotter temperatures, that’s a … Continue reading Two simple ways to change your diet to help the planet

A nearby restaurant named best opened since pandemic hit

https://patch.com/new-york/upper-west-side-nyc/ny-post-names-uws-eatery-best-new-nyc-restaurant-pandemic NY Post Names UWS Eatery 'Best New NYC Restaurant' Of Pandemic The recently opened Israeli eatery Dagon on the UWS was just named the best new restaurant in New York City by the NY Post.  Gus Saltonstall, Patch StaffPosted Mon, Apr 5, 2021 at 9:58 am ET A hummus and dip spread offered by Dagon. (Photo courtesy of … Continue reading A nearby restaurant named best opened since pandemic hit

If you don’t eat vegetables, here’s a marvelous approach to starting

https://www.insider.com/what-happens-if-you-eat-vegetables-every-day-for-a-month-photos I tried eating vegetables every day for a month, and by the end I didn't want to stop Savanna Swain-Wilson Apr 6, 2021, 11:18 AM I set off on this four-week challenge to meet some of my 2021 goals.  I ate vegetables every day for a month to see how it would make me feel. After … Continue reading If you don’t eat vegetables, here’s a marvelous approach to starting

Charles’ Country Pan Fried Chicken opening this spring

Why a Famous Fried Chicken Restaurant is Coming to the UWS Posted on March 29, 2021 at 2:29 pm by West Sider Photo of a meal at Charles’ by @samkimsamkim. After a year full of tough news about local restaurants struggling and closing, the Upper West Side got some exciting news about a restaurant that … Continue reading Charles’ Country Pan Fried Chicken opening this spring

Want to reduce your risk of dementia? Skip these foods

Do read the details and the description of the group included in the study. Many participants may already have been predisposed to dementia. Nonetheless, within this relatively homogeneous group, the differential in those who developed dementia was clear with as little as two pieces of bacon a day. https://www.theladders.com/career-advice/if-you-regularly-eat-this-for-dinner-your-risk-of-dementia-goes-up-by-40 If you regularly eat this for … Continue reading Want to reduce your risk of dementia? Skip these foods

Bananas just don’t last Unless…

https://www.foodnetwork.com/how-to/packages/help-around-the-kitchen/make-bananas-last-longer How to Make Bananas Last Longer Here's how to get the better of that bunch.March 25, 2020 By: Food Network Kitchen Related To: BananaFruit By Erin Hartigan for Food Network Kitchen For a food that's an everyday breakfast staple in millions of households, bananas aren't exactly the hardiest, most durable produce. Buying perfectly ripe bananas … Continue reading Bananas just don’t last Unless…

Keeping your cast iron skillet in good shape

6 Mistakes That Could Ruin Your Cast Iron Skillets Keep your cast iron pans in tip-top shape by avoiding these no-nos.By Karla Walsh July 18, 2020Each product we feature has been independently selected and reviewed by our editorial team. If you make a purchase using the links included, we may earn commission.PinFBSharePlayMuteLoaded: 68.70%Remaining Time -0:56ShareFullscreen× Show it some TLC … Continue reading Keeping your cast iron skillet in good shape

Want to watch something beautiful without stress or violence?

The Timeless Fantasy of Stanley Tucci Eating Italian Food In CNN’s culinary travel series, Italy is beautiful and the food of Italy is beautiful. Not insignificantly, Tucci is beautiful, too. By Helen Rosner March 27, 2021 At the age of sixty, Stanley Tucci is enjoying a somewhat unexpected late-career reinvention as a sex symbol.Photograph by Ernesto … Continue reading Want to watch something beautiful without stress or violence?

Can you make up for lost sleep on the weekends?

https://www.nutritionaction.com/daily/diet-and-weight-loss/can-you-make-up-for-lost-sleep-on-weekends/? POSTED ON FEBRUARY 25, 2021 BY NAH EDITORIAL STAFF Can you make up for lost sleep on weekends? One out of three U.S. adults say they get less than the seven hours a night of sleep experts recommend. If you’re among them, that can spell trouble for your health. “In most laboratory studies where people have … Continue reading Can you make up for lost sleep on the weekends?

A way to keep your lettuce fresh

Keep Lettuce Fresh for Up to a Month With This Simple Storage Hack By Lily Herman March 16, 2021 Getty Images This tip comes from food blogger Lama Bazzi, who says it helps her keep lettuce fresh for weeks at a time. It really couldn’t be easier: Bazzi puts lettuce in a mason jar, fills it entirely with … Continue reading A way to keep your lettuce fresh

Artificial intelligence used to fight cancer

The Pastry A.I. That Learned to Fight Cancer In Japan, a system designed to distinguish croissants from bear claws has turned out to be capable of a whole lot more. By James SomersMarch 18, 2021 One morning in the spring of 2019, I entered a pastry shop in the Ueno train station, in Tokyo. The shop … Continue reading Artificial intelligence used to fight cancer

Yes, eating seaweed could cut cows’ methane-filled burps 82%

This is my all-time favorite method for addressing climate change. It could make continued consumption of beef much more feasible but it's also just fun. Feeding cows seaweed could cut their methane emissions by 82%, scientists say Researchers found cows belched out 82% less methane after putting small amount of seaweed in their feed for … Continue reading Yes, eating seaweed could cut cows’ methane-filled burps 82%