Is it true that you don't get the same nutrients from raw spinach as you do from cooked spinach?
08/03/2010 - 4:55pm
are organic foods healthier than non-organic foods
08/02/2010 - 10:31pm
That sugar free is better that regular...
07/28/2010 - 7:55pm
Well, not all of us have access to swanky farmer's markets with organic vegetables and farm fresh eggs. The word 'organic' is synonomous with expensive to me anyway. I can see if people have certain food allergies and must eat organic fruits and vegetables, but there is a difference between that and people just eating it so that they can boast about eating 'organic' and "local".
I love the information about frozen vegetables being just as nutritious or even more so. The other big plus to frozen is that they don't go bad in three days, which is a huge money saver!
07/28/2010 - 9:35am
I would like to know if Dried beans are less nutritious than Fresh.
07/28/2010 - 8:46am
FROZEN FOODS CAN'T BE RE-FROZEN...
07/27/2010 - 9:06pm
Yellow cheese tastes better than white cheese
07/27/2010 - 8:32pm
I had to laugh when I read this article - the biggest myth of all is that the best place to buy any of these items is at the grocery store! I get my eggs from a friend who has chickens, my milk from a herdshare arrangement, vegetables from a CSA and farmer's market, and either make my own bread or also purchase it at the farmer's market. It's so much cheaper when I stay out of the store - and I'm able to find organic versions of everything, plus support my local economy.
That's not to say I don't occasionally go to the store to pick up non-staples, or a bunch of cilantro or pasta, but it's definitely not where I get the above items on a regular basis.
07/27/2010 - 5:21pm
that "orange" cheese, such as orange cheddar or longhorn is bad because it's been colored. As I understand it, the coloring used is carotene. I grew up in the Midwest with orange cheese, and where I live now, in New England, the folks look down upon orange cheese.
07/27/2010 - 4:18pm
I would like to remind consumers that while there is no nutritional difference between white and brown eggs, "free-range" or "cage-free" eggs will be packed with more nutrients, such as omega 3 fatty acids.