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Just How Bad an Idea Is the ‘Carnivore Diet’?

If you ate nothing but steak for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, would you die? Get scurvy? Have terrible poops? To be honest, the science isn’t totally clear on this, but we asked some experts anyway. (Spoiler: they think it’s a bad idea.)Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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The Case for Fake Crab

Imitation crab—also known as “krab,” “kay-rab,” “fake crab,” and “krab sticks”—is a mixture of fish (usually Alaska pollock) and starch that has been shaped and colored to resemble the leg of a crab. It’s basically the lunchmeat of the sea, and it can be surprisingly tasty. (I used to eat it straight from the package,…Read […]

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How to Make Panera’s Double Bread Bowl at Home

Soup and soup delivery systems continue to evolve and, as Jezebel reported earlier this week, Panera is transforming the soup-eating experience into something quite dadaesque by giving us a soup trough, with not one—but two—compartments.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Which Store-Bought Foods Do You Prefer Over Homemade?

Hello, and welcome back to What’s Cooking?, the open thread where you get to share your brilliant thoughts, advice, recipes, and opinions on all things food-related. Most foods taste better when they’re homemade, but there are a few treats that I prefer to purchase, whether it’s due to my lack of ability, laziness, or…Read more… […]

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This Ginger Dressing Tastes Exactly Like it Came From a Japanese Restaurant

I am obsessed with ordering side salads at sushi restaurants. Not because I feel the need to keep my body running with leafy greens—because I love that damn ginger dressing. I’ve tried to make it at home before, never quite getting it right, until I stumbled on the secret while trying to make a dipping […]

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These Are the Best Store-Bought Veggie Burgers

There are two types of veggie burgers: those that try to approximate meat, and those that really lean into the vegetables. Though you can make the latter at home to extremely delicious results, the former takes a bit more engineering, and the meat-abstaining people of this world deserve something they can heat and…Read more… Continue […]

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