Nutrition

This American Heart Month, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Million Hearts®–a national effort to prevent 1 million heart attacks and strokes in the United States by 2017–are encouraging Americans to know their blood pressure! Uncontrolled blood pressure is the leading cause of heart disease and stroke. In fact, more than 67 million Americans...

Quinoa has been an important crop for civilizations dating back before the Inca Empire. They referred to it as the “Mother of all grains”.  It has been consumed for thousands of years in South America, although it only became trendy and reached “superfood status” a few years ago. These days, you can find Quinoa in almost every grocery store and on...

It’s not hard to host an incredible party this weekend for the most die-hard of football fans! Everything that you need to throw a fun and tasty party is included in these simple Super party tips!

1.  Let’s be honest, the real reason people come to a party like this is for the food and the commercials!! Make sure that you have plenty of great game day foods....

Sustainability has been part of the conversation within the food community since I began my career nearly twenty years ago.  In food, I guess you could say that it means to “Buy and Eat Local”.  But what does it mean to live sustainably?  At the most basic definition, sustainability means “the capacity to endure.” On a grander scale it means humans need to...

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Blogger Lisa Lillien a.k.a. Hungry Girl today posted a list of four "superfoods" to supercharge your diet, including quinoa, chia seeds, swiss chard, and kefir! "Time to supercharge your diet, people. Maybe you're eating these things already -- good for you! -- but maybe you're stuck in a food rut that needs a little healthy shake up," she said. Check out the...

It's always exciting when we come across chefs using Verlasso in ways we may have not see before. By discovering pictures of his beautiful meals on Instagram, we were introduced to Michael Scipione, a private chef and personal trainer with a vast knowledge of fitness and nutrition from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Michael is committed to delivering healthy,...

"It's ok to use the oceans, it's not ok to use them up."  This was the succinct, and eminently tweetable, summary of the Economist Magazine’s World Ocean Summit offered by Jane Lubchenco, currently a professor at Oregon State University and former Administrator of NOAA.

The World Ocean Summit brought together about 300 people divided between NGOs, government...

To make cooking with Verlasso® salmon easy and efficient, here are a few choice tools and equipment that we like to keep around the kitchen. 

1.       Fish Knife

With a pliant, narrow blade that thinly cuts and finely trims, a fish knife is specially designed to bone, fillet or remove the skin from salmon.

Try this Wüsthof Classic Fish Fillet Knife from ...

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