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Cod (White Fish) Patties with Home-made Tartar Sauce by Glenna M. Posted Wed 24 Oct 2012 11:21am A couple of weeks ago, my cousin, Colleen, made salmon patties for her family for dinner and let me blog them. They were so inviting in the photo I suddenly had a craving.  Fish patties is one of those things that are quick, easy, and tasty, but I usually I forget to make them unless something reminds me.  Thanks, Colleen! I ... Read on »
Curried Quinoa and Aduki Bean Patties by Gena Patient Expert Posted Sat 18 Aug 2012 5:53pm Remember how, ages ago, I asked you all for tips on prepping food at my Mom’s place, sans food processor? A few of you said I might consider simply getting a refurbished or used processor, and keeping it here as an investment for when I’m home. I won’t be in NYC much this fall, but I did finally decide to invest in a food processor ... Read on »
NiceLabel Americas (Niceware) Won Best Channel Vendor 2014 by Press Release L. Facebook Posted Mon 20 Jan 2014 6:56am Brookfield, WI, January 20, 2014 - Business Solutions Magazine conducted a survey among over 2,500 Value Added Resellers (VARs) in the fall of 2013. Vendors were rated in seven categories with the top 5% earning the status of Best Channel Vendor 2014. NiceLabel Americas (Niceware) was recognized for its dedication to product features and innovation ... Read on »
Would You Buy This Product? (An Ethical Bridge to Cross, Revisited) by Pattie B. Patient Expert Posted Sun 09 Mar 2014 7:22am This post is reprinted (complete with comments) from March 12, 2008, almost six years ago to the day. I realized when I did buy this product again recently that I had not researched it more thoroughly or recently, and that I do still feel very uncomfortable about it. The company that makes this one-vegetable product (that's a hint!) grows a ... Read on »
You Ask, I Answer: Mock Meats by Andy B. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 30 Nov 2008 10:08am From a nutritional standpoint, what do you think of fake meats like Tofurkey or Boca [soy-based] burgers? Seems like they are a kind of vegetarian junk food. -- Christine (last name unknown) Via the blog Soy burgers, hot dogs, and turkeys are a great way to add protein to a meal while keeping excess calories, saturated fat and cholest ... Read on »
You Ask, I Answer: Mock Meats by Andy B. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 13 Nov 2009 10:01pm From a nutritional standpoint, what do you think of fake meats like Tofurkey or Boca [soy-based] burgers? Seems like they are a kind of vegetarian junk food. – Christine (last name unknown) Via the blog Soy burgers, hot dogs, and turkeys are a great way to add protein to a meal while keeping excess calories, saturated fat and choles ... Read on »
Pfizer 1 Aetna 0 – Score in Off Label Drug Legal Case – Kaiser Used Education to Change Prescribing Practices and Ma by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 10 Jan 2010 3:12pm Pfizer has already paid a settlement here on the marketing of Neurontin with a settlement in 2004 with the Department of Justice.  According to the article, Aetna is still reviewing the response.  I guess when you look here you see 2 different reactions to dealing with off label marketing by a pharmaceutical company and how to deal and handle ... Read on »
Thesis (Διατριβή) by Maria Verivaki Patient Expert Posted Thu 28 Feb 2013 12:00am 1 Comment The more Westernised/globalised people become, the more animal-loving they become, the fewer animals species they eat, the more animal species they treat as pets, and the less they want to see any animal staring at them on their plate. But the more Westernised/globalised people become, the more meat they also eat, especially people who come f ... Read on »
Reading labels versus seeing a label by Fitsouffle Posted Mon 09 Sep 2013 3:21pm On Saturday we attended the Chicago Chipotle Cultivates Festival , it is a free festival put on by Chipotle bringing together food, artisans, music, farmers, and community leaders.  We had the chance to taste some new Chipotle items, a concept store's food, local specials, and listen to great music.  Along with all of this Chipotle's goal is to ... Read on »
Mental Monday by Michelle Posted Wed 08 Jul 2009 11:43am I don't know about you, but grocery shopping when you're new to living a healthier lifestyle can be a challenge. We are constantly bombarded with "low-fat", "fat-free", "healthy", "reduced", "enriched" labels on just about everything out there. I found the following information to be very helpful, and in fact, I have it printed out and kept in my p ... Read on »