While browsing for new books to read on a Kindle, I somehow ended up looking at cookbooks. Imagine my surprise to see some going for the princely sum of $ 0.00. Yeah, it’s the electronic version, but hey, it’s free.
And they’re weren’t all the “I-never-heard-of-this-cookbook-before” kind either. Vegan Junk Food is one I’ve been meaning to pick up. As of this posting though, it’s back to its regular price. I don’t know how often or when the prices change.
afrofoodtv.com Yeti makes Jollof Rice. In this clip I will show you how to make Jollof rice. One of the most loved recipes and national dishes of Nigeria. If you have never had Nigerian food, here is a simple introduction into the world of Nigerian food. Enjoy. The view more recipes, tips and videos at afrofoodtv.com For African spices visit afrofood.com You can follow Yeti at twitter.com
This Stir-Fried Noodles with Green Tea made with baked tofu, bell peppers, scallions and stir-fried with udon noodles. You can increase fiber by Add a green capsicum and any vegetables of your choice. This dish is perfect for hot summer’s dinner.
20-Year Estimate Predicts 2.2-Fold Bulge in Extreme Obesity
May 7, 2012 — By 2030, 42% of Americans will be obese and 11% of Americans will be severely obese, Duke University and CDC researchers predict.
These shocking numbers actually are conservative, note study researchers Eric A. Finkelstein, PhD, and colleagues.
May is Celiac Awareness month, and with more and more people going gluten-free, we wanted to shine the spotlight on this growing health issue.
Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder that is triggered by the consumption of gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye. Three million Americans have celiac disease, yet 95% of those who have it are undiagnosed. You can find out if you have celiac by requesting a blood test through your doctor. However, the celiac test is not a reliable way to find out if you have gluten intolerance.
Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times