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If you eat chocolate for your health, use dark chocolate for its lower sugar content, or better yet, use cocoa powder, in your baking.
Win your own "gold" medal by trying these easy, low-salt egg recipes.
Although it's easy to pick up the phone and order a pizza, as with all salty things, the best answer is to make your own.
Adding fiber to food is not only good for you, but tastes good as well with this recipe.
Using rich umami-flavored foods in your cooking allows you to avoid high-salt seasonings that raise blood pressure and ruin your kidneys.
During the cold of winter, Northwest vegetables make great pickles.
Mixing sweet and sour flavors is one way to replace salt in dishes.
This diet is guaranteed for weight loss, heart and kidney health, blood pressure control, diabetes control and cancer prevention.
Too much zucchini! What's a person to do?
Dramatic in the garden, artichokes also add great flavor to salads.
With this summer's heat, a cool tomato salad is one way to cool down and stay healthy.
After a long winter of dreary greens and veggies shipped from halfway around the world, I am ready for something fresh, local and unique. Luckily, lots of flowers are edible.
Spring greens grown in the Pacific Northwest include lettuce, spinach, dandelion greens, endive, radicchio, watercress and even fiddle head ferns!
With spring in the air in the Northwest, fresh herbs add a blast of flavor to heart- and kidney-healthy foods.
Snowmageddon. Snowpocalypse. Polar Vortex 2.0. If you’re like most Americans, you’re limping to the finish line of yet another never-ending winter. But this winter doesn’t just have people at their breaking points, it has lawns across the country ready for a relief as well.