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Fake Olive Oil is EVERYWHERE! Here Are 7 Popular Brands You Should Stop Buying NOW
"Fake Olive Oil: Which Brands to Steer Clear of
Brands That Failed to Meet the Extra Virgin Olive Oil Standards:
– Bertolli
– Carapelli
– Colavita
– Star
– Pompeian
– Santa Sabina
– Primadonna
– Antica Badia
– Sasso
– Coricelli

Filippo Berio, Mazola, Mezzetta, Newman’s Own, Safeway, and Whole Foods are also selling fake olive oil.


Brands that Can be Trusted:
– California Olive Ranch
– Cobram Estate
– Lucini
– Kirkland Organic
– Lucero (Ascolano)
– McEvoy Ranch Organic"
Food  meetup-movnat  health  warnings  food-fat  crime-fraud 
8 weeks ago by daguti
TheColorFreedom comments on I'm on Staff Duty and love you all. WFFA is here!
"Oh man, just get ready, this is about to get divisive.

A soup, is just a mixture of vegetables (maybe fish or another type of meat) that is cooked over a medium-long period of time in a liquid, which can be flavored or made from the liquids of the ingredients.

A Stew, which is much superior to a soup, is prepared by stewing ingredients together. So this Stew needs to cook for much longer, we're trying to get a superior depth of flavor, some nuance, not some face value bullshit soup. We want a one-way ticket to the annual Flavortown Orgy and the easiest way is a Stew. Now there's a lot of overlap because Stews often also contain vegetables and meat, although a Stew is often thickened with flour or cream (giving it a seminal like quality). This creamy element also helps bind the flavors together so that you have a much more balanced dish.

Now another big difference is the consistency, soups are generally thinner and must be served inside a bowl. A Stew is often thicker, the heavier gravy (or salsa if you want to speak Spanish) does not need to be restricted to a bowl. You want a Stew on a plate, on a date, maybe even on your mate? Go ahead, that delicious thick gravy will adhere to anything.

Now this leads to the discussion of utensils. A soup, due to it's weak consistency must be eaten with a spoon or poured directly into the mouth. But with a Stew, the world is your utensil. You can use a spoon, fork, slice of bread, roll, an old computer, maybe even a Chewy bar as your primary utensil. Baby, this is Stew and Stew is down for anything.

Now chili, we're not even gonna get into what chili thinks it wants to be and you assholes who argue that chili cannot have beans have no idea what the fuck culture is, I'm sorry I got a little worked up there.

My final point: a soup must be prepared, you have to go into a soup with the intent of making a soup. But Stew, maybe you've got a bone, there's probably still plenty of meat on that bone. Now you take that bone, throw it in a pot, add some broth, a potato. Baby, you've got a Stew going.

Edit: Now let's not let Big Soup lie anymore, a bisque is a type of Stew. Yes, it's a little thin, but cream ✅, class ✅, elegance ✅, a delicious gravy that enhances your life ✅. What's a common bisque, tomato basil; you eat that with? Spoons, knives, bread, croutons, a grilled cheese or melt, that's Stew. So Team Stew has: bisque, chowder, stews, goulash, jjigae, and excitement. Soups have weak chicken noodle, bouillon, tom kha gai (only good soup ever invented) and miso soup (Japanese, you know what happened to them, we nuked them; prove it isn't soup related, you can't). We feed children soup because it is simple. You eat soup when you're sick because you're a little bitch who couldn't handle the intensity of Stew, you know what I eat when I get sick? I don't get sick, I eat Stew. Men ingest Stew, let it get in your beard, save it for later, it won't mind. So next time you're at HEB or Publix (or wherever you liberals shop) go to your Stews and soups aisle and just start throwing soup on the ground. Throw it on the ground so it can be with the filth, soup is filth.

Edit 2: Never in my wildest dreams could I have imagined it would blow up like this. Please pay your respect to the All-Stew, Blessed be the All-Stew. Also if you get a chance please visit www.fucksoupsStewsarewaybetter.gov

Also I would love if we could continue the soup vs Stew as a meme here, I'm quite the MemeLord4000, the All-Stew inspired me to start DEPHAQT.

Edit 3: My thoughts on pho and other dishes: I refuse to eat pho, not because it is an inferior soup but because it is communistic. Pho comes from Nam and I haven't forgiven them for opposing us in the 1960s and 1970s.

Gumo: love gumbo, Creole Stew.

Italian Wedding soup: trash. Done. That easy, it is fuckin trash. Why is it trash? Have you ever been to an Italian Wedding, that's why. It is also a soup, so by definition is crap when compared to giambotta (this delicious eggplant and zucchini Italian Stew). Why does it have tiny meatballs, give me full balls. Either give me big full balls or give me no balls, don't tease me with tiny balls of meat.

I'll also include my thoughts on chili: delicious. Add beans, don't add beans, add human meat, add bacon, add jalepenos, do whatever you want it is always delicious. It is also much more closely related to a Stew than a soup, which makes it even more delicious. I personally enjoy mine with a sprinkle of red onion and some cheddar cheese on it.

#TEAMSTEW

Edit4: To the mysterious man/woman/xer who gilded this, thank you for appreciating #TEAMSTEW. May the blessings of the All-Stew fall upon you and may you be coated in his delicious gravy. Now, go to your local grocery store and throw some soup on the ground."
Food  difference-between-or-comparisons 
july 2018 by daguti
Woman battles cancer with diet; Harvard researchers to study her - Tri-State News, Weather & Sports
"DELAFIELD, WI (WISN/CNN) – A woman said her emphasis on diet helped her in her battle against cancer, and now her approach will be studied by researchers at Harvard University to see if it can help others.

For Kathy Bero, time in the kitchen is an investment in good health.

"It isn’t really about eating healthy," Bero said. "It's about eating specific foods that fight disease."

She ought to know. In 2005, doctors diagnosed Bero with inflammatory breast cancer. Her prognosis for survival was 21 months.

At the time, Bero was 41 years old and the mother of two young girls. She fought the disease with surgery, chemotherapy and radiation. But the cancer fought back.

"Eleven months after my first diagnosis, I was diagnosed with a high-grade tumor in my head and neck," Bero said.

The medication took its toll.

"My kidneys were failing; my liver was failing," Bero said. "My lungs were damaged. My heart was damaged. I told my oncologist that I'm done with that protocol because one way or another, I'm going to die. And I don't want to go that way."

It was then she decided to go off chemotherapy and use a strategy suggested by a friend.

"My friend kept saying you have to learn about anti-angiogenic foods," Bero said.

Anti-angiogenic foods essentially block the creation of blood vessels so cancer can’t easily spread. Examples include organic vegetables such as purple potatoes, carrots and leeks.

"Leeks are at the top of the cancer-fighting list," Bero said.

Also on her list: berries, walnuts, green tea and herbs, especially garlic.

"When a recipe calls for two cloves, I’m probably going to put in six because garlic is a really strong cancer fighter," Bero said.

Bero said her diet - combined with a type of alternative medicine called Reiki, along with meditation and visualization - worked.

"My doctors just kept saying, 'Huh. That is interesting,'" she said.

Today, more than 12 years after her first diagnosis, Bero, who is 54, said she's cancer-free and now works as a cancer coach.

"She's teaching me food is the best form of medicine," said Phil Baugh, one of Bero's clients. Baugh, a 43-year-old father of three, is fighting brain cancer.

"It's stopped growing now, so it's wonderful," Baugh said. "And a huge part of that is food."

Researchers at Harvard University learned of Bero's success and will study her method.

"It's exciting," Bero said. "I'm now validated. I'm no longer the 'crazy cancer patient.' There's a real science that is going to be there."

Bero said Harvard researchers will study people who've had exceptional outcomes.

"They're looking at our genetics and the genetics of the tumor," Bero said. "What the outliers did; their attitude, environment, faith, social support. What they're trying to do is create a database of all these different things and look for the commonalities between these people."

The lead Harvard researcher, Dr. Isaac Kohane, said that because these outcomes are so rare, this particular study will take some time to complete."
Food  health  disease-prevention  disease-cure  disease-cancer  meetup-movnat 
may 2018 by daguti
Eating out could be exposing diners to a higher levels of phthalates
Something we've always known, but is now getting confirmed: It's from the packaging.

"New US research has found those who regularly eat out at restaurants, cafeterias or fast-food outlets could be exposed to a higher level of phthalates -- a group of hormone-disrupting chemicals commonly used in food packaging which can potentially harm health.

Carried out by researchers at Milken Institute School of Public Health at the George Washington University and the University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health, the study is the first to compare the level of phthalate exposures in those who eat out to those who eat more home-cooked meals.

For the research the team asked 10,253 participants to recall what they had eaten in the previous 24 hours and whether they had dined out or at home, and took urine samples to measure the levels of phthalate break-down products.

They found that those who reported eating out more in restaurants, fast food outlets and cafeterias had phthalate levels that were nearly 35 percent higher than those who reported eating food at home that was mostly purchased at the grocery store.

Although the association between dining out and phthalate exposure was significant for all age groups, it was even higher among adolescents, with teenagers who had dined out showing up to a 55 percent higher level of phthalates compared to those who only ate at home.

The team also found that certain foods, in particular cheeseburgers and sandwiches, were also linked to a 30 percent higher phthalate levels in all age groups, but only if they were purchased in a fast-food outlet, restaurant, or cafeteria.

Many everyday products used in the food industry contain phthalates, including takeaway containers, gloves used in handling food, and food-processing equipment. Previous research has suggested that phthalates can leach from plastic containers or wrapping into food.

With two-thirds of the US population eating food purchased outside the home on a daily basis, the researchers described the findings as "worrisome."

"This study suggests food prepared at home is less likely to contain high levels of phthalates, chemicals linked to fertility problems, pregnancy complications and other health issues," says senior author Ami Zota. "Our findings suggest that dining out may be an important, and previously under-recognized source of exposure to phthalates for the US population."

"Pregnant women, children and teens are more vulnerable to the toxic effects of hormone-disrupting chemicals, so it's important to find ways to limit their exposures," added lead author Julia Varshavsky.

The team now advise cooking more meals at home to reduce exposure to the chemicals. "Preparing food at home may represent a win-win for consumers," adds Zota. "Home-cooked meals can be a good way to reduce sugar, unhealthy fats and salt. And this study suggests it may not have as many harmful phthalates as a restaurant meal.""
food  food-fast  food-processed  warnings  meetup-movnat 
march 2018 by daguti
How I source my food [blogspam] : Paleo
"After having a few sour experiences buying whole animals I started using every local food resource I had. Farmers markets, super markets, co-ops, restaurant suppliers, specialty food purveyors, Asian markets; if any of you guys have found unorthodox sources of food I would love if you shared!

https://youtu.be/vnVL6-k_hxE

www.eatwild.com

www.marxfoods.com

www.uddermilk.com

www.baldorfood.com

www.grasslandbeef.com

www.realmilk.com

www.localharvest.org

www.localfarmmarkets.org

www.newfultonfishmarket.com

www.grownyc.org/greenmarket"
diet-paleo  Food  meetup-movnat  Reference 
february 2018 by daguti
What are some mind-blowing facts about food? - Quora
I found it amazing that it's been known since the 80's that organic food is more carcinogenic (or rather, has more carcinogenic substances in it), the theory being that since organic food has to protect itself from pests, it creates these carcinogenic substances to kill/deter them. Those substances remain after the plant is picked and eaten, meaning they end up entering our bodies. Plants that are raised conventionally don't have to fight off pests, so the pesticide remains on the outside of the plant, which, presumably is removed if you wash it well enough.
food  food-organic  health  facts 
march 2016 by daguti
Almond Milk Nutrition: Healthy Alternative or Harmful Scam?
In the middle of the article is a quick primer on how to make your own almond milk.
diet-paleo  food  howto  recipes-homemade-accessories 
march 2016 by daguti
Cravings and Mineral Deficiency: Understanding What You're Body Is "Really" Asking For
When you experience certain cravings, it's really your body telling you that you need a certain mineral or nutrient.
nutrition  food  meetup-movnat 
march 2016 by daguti
Is Organic More Nutritious? New Study Adds To The Evidence : The Salt : NPR
"Given the big picture, lots of experts say that, from a health perspective, what you eat matters more than whether you choose organic or conventional. And at a time when most Americans don't eat the recommended servings of fruits and vegetables, perhaps the more important step is to add them to your diet — no matter what farming methods were used to grow them. But if you like the environmental benefits of organic agriculture, these studies point to potential nutritional benefits as well, at least when it comes to maximizing the antioxidants and micronutrients you get from foods."
food-organic  health  food  meetup-movnat  nutrition  food-eat-as-nature-intended 
february 2016 by daguti
Eating 'everything in moderation' is not best advice - Business Insider
"Ludwig referenced a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine that gave a group of more than 7,000 people at risk for heart disease either a Mediterranean diet with lots of olive oil, a Mediterranean diet with lots of nuts, or advice to eat a low-fat diet as a control. The researchers actually had to stop the study early because the rates of heart disease dropped so low in the groups eating lots of healthy fats that Ludwig said "it would have been unethical to keep the control group eating the low-fat diet."" ......""Our results challenge the notion that 'eating everything in moderation' leads to greater diet quality or better metabolic health," the authors concluded. "Our findings support the importance of diet quality, independent of diversity.""
health  food  meetup-movnat  food-fat 
february 2016 by daguti
Low-fiber diet may cause irreversible depletion of gut bacteria over generations -- ScienceDaily
"The study, conducted in mice, indicates that low-fiber diets not only deplete the complex microbial ecosystems residing in every mammalian gut, but can cause an irreversible loss of diversity within those ecosystems in as few as three or four generations. Once an entire population has experienced the extinction of key bacterial species, simply "eating right" may no longer be enough to restore these lost species to the guts of individuals in that population, the study suggests. Those of us who live in advanced industrial societies may already be heading down that path."
food  food-processed  health  time-age-generations  food-fiber  health-gut-bacteria 
february 2016 by daguti
The law of peanut butter and jelly? Why some flavors work well together | The Splendid Table
The archetype: something fruity (jelly), something rich and fatty (peanut butter), something to spread it on. Works for pizza, too: fruity: tomato sauce, rich and fatty (cheese), spread it on: dough/crust. ............. large-systems = These are precisely the kinds of things that exist in daily life (wealth/poverty, power struggles, civil rights, etc) that people don't notice and tend to think they are all "one off" examples. Archetypes are all around us.
cooking  food  analysis  large-systems 
january 2016 by daguti
Guide To Flavoring With Fresh Herbs - L4vyBLd.png (PNG Image, 801 × 3829 pixels)
Great content idea, great execution. Note the plug at the very botom. It's unobtrusive, but clearly visible. (backed up in \media\pictures\cooking & food)
cooking  reference  visualization  food  marketing-good-content-examples 
january 2016 by daguti
Diana Young - WTF Not labeling the source of meat is not going...
What the hell is the point of ending country of origin labeling? It could only be moneyed interests buying this vote. Yet another reason to buy from a local farmshare... meat as well as vegetables. .............. home-stuff = Buy a freezer big enough to keep frozen meat from the farmshare. Figure out how to store vegetables for the long term. This might mean having a cool, dark basement area.
food-meat  legal-or-law  capitalism-greed  corruption  meetup-movnat  me-stuff  to-do-before-you-die  home-stuff  health  food 
december 2015 by daguti
Turning Down The Heat When Cooking Meat May Reduce Cancer Risk : The Salt : NPR
The previous bookmark made head lines a few weeks ago (but I just bookmarked it now) and seemed to indict meat as a carcinogen. But this link seems to say that the problem is in the preparation... Fuck you, vegans!
food  food-meat  cooking  disease-cancer  warnings  research-studies-conflicting 
november 2015 by daguti
World Health Organization Report Links Red, Processed Meats To Cancer : NPR
This was all over the news a few weeks ago. I forgot to bookmark it then. According to the next bookmark (which have these same tags), the problem may be in the preparation, not in the meat itself.
food  food-meat  cooking  disease-cancer  warnings  research-studies-conflicting 
november 2015 by daguti
For cooking purposes... - Album on Imgur
Different cuts of meat and where they come from on the cow, lamb, veal, goat, etc
cooking  reference  visualization  food 
november 2015 by daguti
Are Nightshade Vegetables Worsening Your Pain? | The Healthy Home Economist
I had no idea members of the nightshade family included things other than tomatoes. .............. "Taking chances with calcification anywhere in the body is a big risk whether or not someone chooses to eat nightshades. In particular, if there are calcification issues genetically within your family already even with no symptoms appearing at the present time, adequate intake of Vitamin K2 is quite possibly the most positive preventative step you can take."
food  health  interesting  meetup-movnat 
may 2015 by daguti
Propyl Paraben | EWG
"The pastry you're thinking about buying may contain the preservative propyl paraben, linked to disruptions in hormone signaling. "
food-processed  food  warnings 
april 2015 by daguti
8 food studies that have completely reversed themselves
At some point, coffee, red meat & eggs have all been considered good or bad, depending on the study.
research-studies-conflicting  food  health  diet-paleo  food-eggs 
march 2015 by daguti
Salty, Sweet, Sour. Is It Time To Make Fat The Sixth Taste? : The Salt : NPR
"The taste of fat may also signal to our brains and digestive systems that we should eat less, because something caloric and satiating about to make its way down to our guts. "This may be why low-fat foods have been generally unsuccessful so far," Mattes says. Most low-fat alternatives are designed to emulate the texture of fat, but not the taste — and our bodies aren't fooled by it."
food-fat  food  language  language-concepts  paradigm-shifts  paradigm-shifts-new-or-emerging-things 
february 2015 by daguti
The Food Pyramid Was Supposed To Show Us How To Eat. Why It Did That In The Worst Way.
Also see the Kickstarter project, which I would have backed, but the $10 level is for a one-time online viewing of the film. A digital copy of the film starts at the $25 level, which is a lot for me right now.
diet-paleo  food  health  food-fat  food-carbs  video  movies-to-watch-documentaries 
february 2015 by daguti
Why is America fat as shit, you ask? - Imgur
"When you have a widespread obesity epidemic it goes beyond personal choice and simple diet and exercise. There is a problem with processed American food. It's bad for us." ........................... I've been saying this forever, yes, personal responsibility is a good thing, but when the entire population is getting so fat, it's not something you can cast off as "Oh, one day people will wake up." .... That's why I supported Bloomberg's ban on large sodas. Unfortunately, you HAVE TO think for people, sometimes.
disease-obesity  large-systems  food  food-processed  photos  meetup-movnat  food-sugar  food-sugar-fake 
january 2015 by daguti
Food Psychology: How To Trick Your Palate Into A Tastier Meal : The Salt : NPR
I've said this a billion times and I will say it again and again and again: Everything is a variable waiting to be tweaked. People don't realize that seemingly small changes affect the way things get perceived and how people react to them. It's just like that time Charles Rawls said that he had a friend who has studied how wording in surveys affects the answers people give. If you phrase things a certain way or present them with a sliding scale instead of a fill in the blank, answers change - sometimes in dramatic ways.
color  food  perception  marketing-tactics--split-testing 
january 2015 by daguti
Evolvify - how many things are wrong with this picture?
corruption = Processed food companies funding research and education for dieticians. Ugly.
corruption  food  food-processed 
december 2014 by daguti
Meat and Antibiotics - 2013 Meat Eaters Guide | Meat Eater's Guide to Climate Change Health | Environmental Working Group
"A significant contributor to the looming superbug crisis, according to scientists and health experts, is unnecessary antibiotic usage by factory farms that produce most of the 8.9 billion animals raised for food in the U.S. every year. Industrial livestock producers routinely dose their animals with pharmaceuticals, mostly administered with limited veterinary oversight and frequently without prescriptions, to encourage faster growth or prevent infection in crowded, stressful and often unsanitary living conditions." ............................ explanation-simplification = See the 4-step infographic "Superbugs From Farm To Work"
medicine-pharmaceuticals-drugs-prescriptions  food  food-factory-farming  warnings  explanation-simplification 
december 2014 by daguti
The Quest for a Healthy Primal Mayonnaise (plus a Limited-Time Sweepstakes) | Mark's Daily Apple
Lists a lot of the benefits of avocados, as well as the reasons why organic avocados are not necessarily needed based on cost-effectiveness.
diet-paleo  food  analysis 
december 2014 by daguti
15 Helpful Lists That Make Life Easier. - Imgur
shortcuts = ALT + various keypad combinations give symbols such as trademark, square root, degree, etc ............. grammar/writing = 2nd list ......... exercise = 3rd list ................. resumes/interviewing = List of questions to ask your interviewer. food/wine/visualization = Food/wine pairing guide.
keyboard-shortcuts  exercise  grammar  writing  resumes  food  drink-alcohol-wine  jobs-interviewing 
september 2014 by daguti
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