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  • Increase the longevity of all your berries
    Increase the longevity of all your berries
    Berries are wonderful little fruits that are packed full of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Depending upon the area you live in when berries are in season they can be expensive to purchase. When splurging a little on the budget the next thing...
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    How long will stuff last in an emergency?
    Let’s say that you have stocked up for an emergency, for some kind of disaster. You want to be prepared. Now, the question is how long will that stuff stay useable and safe to eat or drink? There are different types of preppers out there....
  • Military pizza: Combat ready pizza has a three-year shelf life
    Military pizza: Combat ready pizza has a three-year shelf life
    Ever order a pizza on a Friday and accidentally leave it out on the counter overnight? If it’s a new “military” pizza, you can leave it sitting there for 156 straight Fridays – the new combat pizza has a shelf life of three...
  • The shocking truth hybridized fruits and vegetables
    The shocking truth hybridized fruits and vegetables
    Most fruit of will hybridize itself naturally. Man has been intervening in plant reproduction for some time now, even farmers and gardeners knowingly do it. GMO is a different horse of another breed altogether. Breeding fruits and vegetables is...
  • Which category will your family fall under?
    The divided Twinkie
    A few weeks ago there was news that Hostess was going to be back in business, heralding the return of Twinkies. You and your family may have been disappointed when these desserts were taken off of the store shelves.With the announcement of the...
  • Twinkies are back. Are you happy?
    Twinkies are back July 15th with new more unpronounceable ingredients
    Twinkie® assembly lines are rolling once again and all is right with the world. As comebacks go, only Anthony Weiner, if he wins election for NYC Mayor, will have a bigger one.That iconic mini speed bump to nutrition, the Hostess Twinkie®,...
  • to pulp or not to pulp, here are the choices
    To pulp or not to pulp; the choice is yours
    People in other countries don’t have the food choices we Americans enjoy. It’s possible they’re jealous because we have 35 types of Oreos® and their dessert is sweet and sour cicada. (See my story on food bugs) http://oreos...
  • The iconic stoner treat Hostess twinkies could be going down for the count
    Is iconic Hostess Twinkie close to its shelf life?
    What is the shelf life of a Twinkie?Just when marijuana laws seem to be loosening around the country Hostess cakes, makers of the iconic ‘Twinky’ may be shutting its doors for good. WTF?If Hostess workers don’t reach an agreement...
  • Pumpkin Pie
    Getting ready for the "Baking Season"
    The summer heat of Bakersfield has gone on vacation, and Autumn chill seems to be settling in, and we all know what that means - Baking Season! But are the ingredients in the pantry still good?Here's a quick reference on the shelf life of your...
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    Hunt's 100% Natural Ketchup eliminates HFCS, but GM sugar?
    Hunt’s, a ConAgra Foods brand, has removedall high fructose corn syrups from its ketchup products. Hunt’s 100% Natural Ketchup will now contain only five simple ingredients: tomatoes, sugar, vinegar, salt and other seasonings, with no...
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    Non-organic fruits and vegetables contain pesticides linked to ADHD
    Arecent study conducted by researchers at Harvard and the University of Montreal published today in the Journal of Pediatricslinked children's attention-deficit disorder with exposure to common pesticides used on fruits and vegetables.While the...
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    Position against GE/GM labeling could create major problems in the long term for U.S.
    Consumers Union, the nonprofit publisher of Consumer Reports, today called on the Obama Administration to endorse a compromise on guidelines for labeling of genetically modified (GM)/genetically engineered (GE) food, that was supported by the...
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    President's Cancer Panel sees chemical causation
    The President’s Cancer Panelreleased a landmark 200-page report yesterday, warning that commonly usedchemicalsadversely affect health. Some 41 percent of Americans will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lives.The proliferation...
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    Free iPhone app for one of the fastest growing food trends
    There is a clever new lifestyle app quickly growing in popularity because it takes the guesswork out of how to find non-GMO products.The new, freelifestyle iPhone application, 'ShopNoGMO', was created for the 9 out of 10 Americans polled who would...
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    Earth Day: Clue for rising infertility rates found in GM soy
    Russian biologist Alexey V. Surovand and his colleagues set out to discover if Monsanto’s genetically modified (GM) soy, grown on 91% of US soybean fields, leads to problems in growth or reproduction. The study, jointly conducted by Surov...
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