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3 Eco-Friendly Lunch-Packing Materials To Stock Up On Now

As kids return to the classroom and parents return to the office, packing lunches is suddenly part of our daily routine again. It needs to get done, so you may as well do it sustainably. Cutting down on single-use plastic bags and cutlery is a small step in making our planet clean and green. Americans […]

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How Much Sugar Does Your Kid Eat? See How It Compares To The Recommended Limit.

Steve Wisbauer via Getty Images Let’s start with the basics: Adults and children should approach sugar the same way. That is to say, all humans should strive to indulge in some sugar in moderation. However, a child’s willpower usually isn’t as strong as an adult’s, which is why recommendations regarding sugar consumption vary across age […]

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Meet The Guatemalan Woman Who’s The ‘Guardian Angel’ Of Zacapa Rum

Zacapa Rum/HuffPost In 1979, at the beginning of the Nicaraguan Revolution, Lorena Vásquez moved from her hometown of San Marcos, Nicaragua, to Guatemala with her then-husband. The most difficult thing about embarking on a new life in a new country was leaving her family behind, but she managed to get the most out of it. […]

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This Chef Is Empowering LA’s Elderly Asian Community In The Most Delicious Way

HuffPost Linda Sivrican is the owner of Sesame, a thoughtfully curated Los Angeles neighborhood superette (or small supermarket) in the heart of Chinatown that sells Asian specialty products from various Asian-owned brands. She’ll soon be opening an eatery in nearby Long Beach called Sesame Dinette that serves Vietnamese and Pan-Asian dishes that are mostly vegan […]

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Get Dinner On The Table Faster With These 9 Chef-Approved Hacks

Making dinner, especially on weeknights, can be stressful and annoying ― we get it. You’ve just had a full day of work, kids, errands, what have you, and now you need to get a meal on the table before anyone gets hangry. Chefs are pros at making delicious dishes under tight timelines, and they have […]

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Why This Latin American Chef Rejects The Term ‘Latinx’

Isabella Carapella/HuffPost Sandra Gutierrez sees chipotles, tortilla and guacamole as more than the foods we love. They’re symbols of America’s cultural and culinary shift. As the former food editor of The Cary News and North Carolina-based author of cookbooks, including the award-winning “The New Southern-Latino Table,” Gutierrez has documented how Latin foods and flavors have […]

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Do You Really Need A Rice Cooker? (The Answer Is Yes.)

Stefan Tomic via Getty ImagesMmm, freshly cooked rice that you didn’t have to watch like a hawk on the stove. As a Filipino American, a rice cooker is the No. 1 appliance used in my house. Growing up, I’d come home to the smell of rice cooking on the countertop, and when I moved out […]

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The Easy Ratio That’ll Make A Perfectly Balanced Kids Lunch

spxChrome via Getty Images Packing a nutritionally balanced lunch that your kids will actually eat can sometimes feel like a crapshoot — the second you think you have your lunch game on lock, that’s the day they’ll come home with the elaborate bento box you packed them still intact. As parents, we feel responsible for […]

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3 Tricks That’ll Help Your Morning Yogurt Keep You Full Past 10 A.M.

HuffPost/Getty A cup of yogurt may seem like the perfect on-the-go breakfast, but if you’re hungry again by midmorning, you might be making some basic yogurt mistakes. First, let’s be clear that we love — love! — yogurt, in all its many permutations, flavors and countries of origin. The experts we spoke to agree it’s […]

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The Healthy Snack Bars Approved By Kids And Nutritionists Alike

HuffPost If your kids like to snack on cookies and chips, getting them to nosh on a healthier option can be tricky ― but it doesn’t have be a hair-pulling experience. Snack bars are an easy grab-and-go choice, especially as kids head back to school and schedules get busy. But with a proliferation of possibilities […]

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