Sponsored: Taste of Local in Waynesville
201 Barber Blvd, Waynesville. Thursday, February 7, 3-6 p.m.
Sponsored: Un-scrambling Egg Lingo
There are so many different types of eggs at my Ingles store these days... can you explain what some of the labels mean like ...organic... free-range... pasture-raised... and cage-free?
Sponsored: Taste of Local in Asheville
1141 Tunnel Road, Asheville, Thursday, January 24 • 3-6 p.m. Meet 20+ local farmers and craft food, sauce, beer and cider makers and sample products!
Sponsored: Should you "Detox" and "Cleanse" your way into 2019?
It's that time of year when many of us, filled with remorse over one too many cookies or glasses of eggnog combined with skipping our workouts decide to try a detox or cleanse.
Sponsored: Year of the Pig
According to the Chinese horoscope calendar, 2019 is the “Year of the Pig.” The pig represents “…wealth and generosity” (Source: https://chinesenewyear2019.org/horoscope/).
That’s about as far as I’m going to go with the whole horoscope thing and instead I’ll focus on just the pig and the pork.
Sponsored: What’s New for 2019?
Every year it’s fun to predict what will be the new food fads or trends. This year “plant-based” is the term du jour and more products are reflecting that trend…or is it only a short term fad? Let me know what you think!
Sponsored: Healthy Habits … Don’t Stop During the Holidays
Looking for an easy to use eating plan that’s not a fad diet with a long list of foods you can’t eat?
Sponsored: Supermarket Vocabulary
Inside Ingles: Supermarket Vocabulary
Sponsored: What To Do with Leftover (Canned) Pumpkin
Canned pumpkin is an excellent source of beta carotene (vitamin A) and fiber so if you have extra cans of 100% pumpkin around, don’t let them go to waste and don’t think you just have to use them to make a pie. Here are a few ideas of what you can do with canned pumpkin.
Sponsored: Processed Foods … should you avoid them?
Sometimes we hear people make statements like, “I don’t eat any processed foods!” …and then open up a Greek yogurt or order hummus with pita bread… and all of those foods are processed. What I think some health gurus are trying to say when they make that sort of pronouncement is in fact, “Avoid or limit foods that have been highly processed and include high amounts of fats, sodium (salt) or sugars.”