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Mold. It can be a confusing topic when it comes to cheese because so many cheeses are made using mold in one way or another. Most of us have opened that cheese drawer in the fridge and noticed white or green flecks on a block of Cheddar or Gouda. So, is it safe to eat moldy cheese? Find out definitively so you're prepared the next time you open the cheese drawer. Plus, learn the difference between good and bad mold and how to prevent it.
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When you see those green sprouts popping out of a head of garlic, do you lop them off and keep cooking? Do you toss the whole head? Or do you chop up the green parts along with the normal cloves, business as usual? Read on to find out what to do with sprouted garlic, how to choose the freshest bulbs and keep them fresh and what exactly those green shoots are.
Ever peel back the dry outer layers of an onion and find a softer, brown layer in between perfectly fresh rings of onion? Sure, we all have. But what do you do next? Read on to find out what you should be doing when your onion has a brown ring.
You may be confused as to whether or not it's OK to eat raw eggplant. You're not alone. Read on to learn the truth about raw eggplant, the array of nutrients it contains and whether or not you should be incorporating it into your eating routine.
Raw or cooked, learn how to properly freeze everyone's favorite purple-skinned vegetable.
Find out how to store fresh peaches properly.
Find out how to properly choose, store and freeze blueberries. Plus, glean some delicious recipes that highlight this antioxidant-rich fruit.
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Slices of blood orange are topped with rose water and pistachios in this simple, colorful dish.
Because these waffles reheat so well, you can skip feeling like a short-order cook—slinging them out one at a time—and prep them all ahead.
Find out how to properly choose, store and freeze blueberries. Plus, glean some delicious recipes that highlight this antioxidant-rich fruit.
Slices of blood orange are topped with rose water and pistachios in this simple, colorful dish.
Because these waffles reheat so well, you can skip feeling like a short-order cook—slinging them out one at a time—and prep them all ahead.
Inspired by the flavors of loukaniko, a classic Greek sausage, these sausage patties are flavored with orange, fennel and leek.