If you are concerned about your health, animal welfare, and the environment, making the switch from grain fed to grass fed beef is one of the best things you can do. The Health Benefits of Grass Fed Beef Study after study has found that grass fed... read more
This hub provides a brief overview of some of the food items that are generally not allowed for children / adults with G6PD. The information contained in this hub are based on the personal experience and knowledge of the writer. read more
I am one of those
women for whom food is a vital part of sex.
In my fridge you will find homemade ginger and lemon jam, fresh whipped
cream, champagne for... read more
How effective is SNAP, the US Food Stamp Program under the Department of Agriculture? Does it provide enough food, nutritious food, and education for purchasing and preparing it? Might is cause some obesity among Americans, refugees, and guest workers? read more
AN anecdotal history of cutlery and fine dining; origins of fork; silver cutlery; place settings; flatware; shopping for silver service read more
Native Kakanins or Filipino Native Desserts are staples in the every day Filipino life. Featured in this hub are 8 well loved kakanins that will tempt your palate. read more
we are beginning to look at current food production practices with an eye to how these critical systems function, and more importantly, how we can improve them...education; zero tillage; sustainable food production, biodiversity; use of chemical agents; redefining land use; crop rotation; traditional methods read more
There was a time when food labels were plain and simple but not anymore read more
This week's HubMob is about food - it's ethics and traditions. If you are looking for food facts, you are definitely going to want to check this out. read more
The fact that humans must eat food to survive is universal. What is not universal is the food that they eat, and how they eat it. Beef or Pork In predominantly Hindu Nations like India you can not even imagine eating Beef in some cities. This is... read more
Every big city has its specialty foods and St. Louis is no exception. See if you have tried any of these local favorites! read more
Nothing says Kentucky like Bourbon.
An act of congress in 1964 declared Bourbon to be "America's Native Spirit" and its official distilled spirit. Most bourbons are distilled in Kentucky and it is widely believed that only Kentucky whiskey can... read more
What are the good and bad foods for diabetes? Best foods for diabetics. read more
Allergies only start in childhood - right? Not right! Adult-onset allergies are just as common, but, unlike childhood-onset allergies, we don't get to grow out of them. read more
The thought of organ meat can cause some people’s mouth to water or it can make you want to fast for the rest of your life (I tend to lean toward that reaction). But no matter which reaction you possess, organ meat is a popular ingredient in many countries around the world. But as with all things, with the popular usage and all the pros of eating it, there are also many reasons not to indulge. read more
Ever wonder how the eating utensils you dine with came about? I mean, the cavemen surely did not have the same tools to eat with that we do now. How did they come about to look the way we have them today? Like anything else, our cutlery has a history. But with that history is the reflection of the history of the world in which it all developed. read more
Being of Irish ancestry, it has always been tradition in our family since as long as I can remember to have corned beef and cabbage on New Year’s Day for good luck and prosperity in the New Year. Of course, St. Patrick’s Day is also a big day... read more
Roman Catholics have a long tradition of eating fish on Fridays. The Friday Fish Fry is still common, especially during Lent, at many Catholic churches and other organizations and restaurants in areas with large Catholic populations. Learn how this tradition began despite the fact that there is no rule in the Catholic Church that its members eat fish. read more
Yeah grass fed cows will yield safe meat I guess hehehe
Appalachia is a mostly mountainous area situated in the eastern section of the United States, It stretches from Alabama in the south to Pennsylvania and into parts of New York in the north. The people living in that area originally migrated from... read more
Whipped cream is one of my specialities. Fresh, smooth and sweet, whipped cream is always present in my fridge, ready to liven up any starter, to disguise a humble fruit and convert it in a sumptuous dessert and even ready to be used to spice up my love encounters. read more
by Wendy Iturrizaga 11 years ago
Hi everybody! Another week starting, another challenging weekly topic to tackle. Last week we were all about marriage, this week we are going to write about what some people seem to think is the best way to man's heart: food. But before we start getting hungry I want to mention last week's...
by Wendy Iturrizaga 10 years ago
HubMob Weekly Topic: Cooking Ingredients
by Ryan Hupfer 10 years ago
That's right Hubbers, with Halloween just around the corner and with Thanksgiving next month, you know that it's about time for everyone to be focusing on the holiday of all holidays, Christmas. Very soon millions upon millions of people will be looking for all kinds of things that have to do with...
by Ryan Hupfer 12 years ago
First of all, I hope that you all had an amazing weekend and it's great to see you all back here on HuPages....this is going to be an awesome week!Now, for all of you Hubbers out there who have been following my forum thread about HubMobs, this is the first official topic that we will all be...
by Wendy Iturrizaga 9 years ago
HubMob Weekly Topic: Food and Recipes
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HubMob Weekly Topic: Summer Products
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