Mara Leighton, provided by Published 4:10 pm CST, Thursday, February 21, 2019 TheInsider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Patagonia Provisions Facebook Patagonia's lesser-known food line, Patagonia Provisions, is full of delicious, responsibly sourced food perfect for at-home cooking or the backcountry. Patagonia Provisions is a concerted effort to reshape our food chain using organic, regenerative farming practices, so the foods we consume are better for us, the people making it, and the environment. I tried some of Patagonia Provisions' food and, while the mission is great, the food is also surprisingly delicious, affordable, and only takes minutes to prepare. Right now, you can save 20% sitewide through February 25 when you use the promo code "EATWELL" at checkout. Patagonia is more often associated with ingenious, feather-light puffers that … [Read more...] about Patagonia has its own little-known line of prepared foods that can be eaten while camping or at home — and it’s surprisingly delicious
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Two companies have introduced their fish-free takes on the once-popular household staple. Stephen J. Bronner Published 1:00 pm CST, Tuesday, February 19, 2019 Photo: Good Catch Photo: Good Catch Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Good Catch Tuna Is the Next Food to Get the Plant-Based Alternative Treatment 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Most of us are already familiar with plant-based alternatives to meat, with products including the Beyond Burger and Sausage and the Impossible Burger. Efforts are also underway to bring lab-grown meat (also known as "clean meat") to the market. But people who wanted a replacement for seafood have had limited options. That's changing. Good … [Read more...] about Tuna Is the Next Food to Get the Plant-Based Alternative Treatment
Back in 2015, Jennifer Aniston revealed that then-husband Justin Theroux had the perfect hack to a healthier margarita – ditching the sugary syrups, mixes, and sweeteners altogether. Aniston is known for leading a healthy lifestyle, so even though she and Theroux have since split, she still makes his version of a margarita. I tried it out and will never buy pre-made mixes or syrups again. Jennifer Aniston is open about the fact that she leads a very healthy lifestyle – she adheres to a pretty strict diet and workout routine, constantly switching up her workouts and eating a surprisingly simple diet, with the occasional splurge on pasta and Mexican food. But Aniston loves to enjoy a good drink, and she revealed that her favourite cocktail was actually mixed up by her ex-husband, Justin Theroux, first sharing his healthier margarita recipe in a 2015 interview with Yahoo. Even though they have since split, it seems Aniston still loves to whip up his go-to … [Read more...] about I tried Jennifer Aniston’s ‘clean’ margarita recipe and now I’m saying goodbye to sugary mixes forever
It’s not always obvious when food has gone bad. When it comes to fish, a strong “fishy” smell, surprisingly, is a sign it might not be good to eat. It’s important to also be on the lookout for a shiny or slimy film covering your food. With more and more evidence revealing that expiration dates are not always correct, causing many of us to throw out perfectly safe food just because it has expired, it can be confusing to know if those frozen leftovers or that can of tomatoes is actually still safe to eat, regardless of a printed date or common misconceptions about eating expired food. There are plenty of obvious signs that an item in your pantry or fridge has gone bad – if it’s stale, moldy, or smells sour or rancid, you know to toss it in the trash. But there are several subtle signs your food has expired that you might not even notice, but definitely should because it could unknowingly be dangerous to consume. INSIDER spoke with two chefs … [Read more...] about 10 subtle signs your food has expired
PUBLISHED: 08:43 19 January 2019 Emily Cashen A wide selection of cakes and bakes available at The Greenhouse Cafe Archant Our vegetarian reviewer tried out Felixstowe’s newest cafe specialising in plant-based food. The 'Nossage Feast' at The Greenhouse CafeFood It was a drab and dreary mid-January Saturday afternoon when I headed here for a lunchtime pick-me-up. I’d heard great things about the town’s newest vegan and vegetarian restaurant, and I was keen to try their plant-based offerings for myself. They say good news travels fast, and I clearly wasn’t the only one to get the memo about this exciting new spot. Accompanied by my (meat-eating) mum, we arrived shortly before 1pm, and every single table of this bijou establishment was already taken – with more diners patiently waiting to be seated! We joined the queue of waiting punters and were greeted warmly by the café staff, who pulled out some stools for us to sit on … [Read more...] about What did our reviewer make of the vegan food at the Greenhouse Cafe?