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Title: 9 Healthy Foods That Lift Your Mood

When you're feeling down, it can be tempting to turn to food to lift your spirits. However, the sugary, high calorie treats that many people resort to have negative consequences of their own.

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Title: Chinese New Year and 18 Other Food & Drink Events in Denver This Week

The Mile High City has a delicious lineup of events this week. You can start the week testing your spicy tolerance at the Hot One’s Challenge at Crush Pizza and Tap or celebrate the Lunar New Year throughout the week. Whatever your plans may be, make sure to check out this list of food and drink events in Denver.

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Title: The Best Foods To Make In An Instant Pot, According To Chefs

From chicken noodle soup to braised pork, find out which dishes professional cooks like to prepare in the popular multicooker.

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Title: California beer, cheese, pickles win big at annual Good Food Awards

The Good Food Awards’ 10th annual celebration of American food and beverage artisans convened Friday night at San Francisco’s Herbst Theater.

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Title: Produce pioneer Frieda Caplan, who normalized shiitake and named kiwi, dies at 96

Frieda Rapoport Caplan was ahead of her time on many fronts.

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Title: THE SECRET NUTTY SAUCE RECIPE A DOCTOR USES TO MAKE PLANT-BASED MEALS ’10 TIMES BETTER’

When you have a good sauce on hand, it’s really all you need to take your meal from good to great. And it’s especially helpful if you’re eating a plant-based diet.

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Title: Wild Huckleberry Seeds - $3 (Hurricane,Utah)

Produce many sweet berries by summer.Great for container gardening or planting a larger area.Seed packets come with planting tips,and are $3, $6,and $15. Can send to you.

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Title: We need a clear vision into food safety for 2020

Americans eat a lot of meat and poultry, and if USDA forecasts are correct, they will continue to do so in 2020.

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Title: The 7-Day Sugar Challenge

How to skip the extra sugar, one delicious daily challenge at a time.

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Title: Freeze an extra batch of this hearty black bean soup so you can stay warm all winter long

"Though I’ve written this recipe, I’ll be the first to tell you that you don’t need a recipe to make this soup"

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Title: How the Kiwi Queen Transformed America’s Supermarkets

Seventy years ago, most Americans had never heard of sugar snap peas or spaghetti squash or passion fruit. What changed?

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Title: Community-Led Efforts to Ban Glyphosate in Public Spaces Pick up Speed

Buoyed by scientific and public concern, hundreds of communities around the country are banning the herbicide's use and working toward organic lawn management.

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Title: Braided Buns Recipe

Make your Easter holiday a festive affair with these flaky braided rolls.

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Title: The 21 Best Events in Denver This Week, December 16 to 22

We're heavy into the holidays now, and entertainment opportunities abound — from blowout seasonal shows to offbeat performances popping up around town.

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Title: Food inspectors warn of 'mystery' pork under new meat inspection rules

Two federal inspectors warned that “mystery” meat and other unwanted materials will contaminate pork throughout the U.S. under the new meat inspection rules currently being used in a pilot program, NBC News reported Monday.

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Title: Lessons Learned from My Year-Long 100% Homegrown and Foraged Food Challenge

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Title: Creamy Wild Rice and Chicken Soup

Make this creamy, classic soup with leftover chicken for a quick and simple meal the whole family is sure to love.

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Title: Healthy Homemade Bread. So why invest in the habit? For starters, your homemade bread will be fresher than any loaf you purchase in a store.You’ll also avoid this myriad of chemicals often used in commercial breads:

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Title: There are 2,000 untested chemicals in packaged foods — and it’s completely legal

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Title: The Thanksgiving Pie Recipes You've Been Waiting For All Year

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Title: How much do you need to knead?

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Title: Fluffy pull-apart dinner rolls are a cinch to make

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Article

Title: Exploring a Decade of Big Changes in Local Food

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Title: Using and Seasoning Cast Iron Pans

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Title: Grind Your Own Whole Grain Flour

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Title: For the first time ever, a US cheese is named best in the world

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Title: Grandma’s Secret Recipes for Keeping You Toasty Warm This Winter

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Title: Midwestern farmers branch out with pizza.

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Events

Title: 29 Fantastic Foodie Events Coming to Colorado in October

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Recipes

Title: Canning Pumpkin Puree

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Recipes

Title: Caribbean Habanero Salsa and Habanero Relish

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Recipes

Title: Scientists have shown the perfect way to make pancakes, and that has huge implications

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Title: EPA on 'forever chemicals': Let them drink polluted water

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Recipes

Title: How to Make Mead from Honeycomb

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Recipes

Title: Brussels Sprouts Recipes

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Article - New York Times

Title: A Shadowy Industry Group Shapes Food Policy Around the World

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There’s a Blueprint to Halve the Food Waste Fiasco

Title: A food waste expert at World Resources Institute lays out their plan for a multi-stakeholder, global approach to fix a solvable problem.

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Lost and Found

Title: A team of cider makers, foragers, and orchardists are bringing forgotten apple varieties back from the past.

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Three Years After Soda Tax, Sugary Drink Consumption Falls Drastically in Berkeley

Title: Taxing sugary drinks can help in the fight against obesity, heart diseases, and diabetes, shows new study. But Big Soda continues to oppose local efforts to imposes such taxes.

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5 Cheap(ish) Things to Make the Perfect Pie

Title: The more comfortable you can get with the tools you own, the more you can spend time perfecting flavor rather than worrying about technique.

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Mother Earth News

Title: How to Roast Coffee in a Cast-Iron Skillet

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Countryside Network

Title: What to Cook in a Solar Oven

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NPR

Title: Can This Breakfast Cereal Help Save The Planet?

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FoodDive

Title: Kind exposes sugar content in its competitors' products

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The Gazette

Title: Thrifty chef: Great meals that won't strain the pocketbook

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The Daily Camera

Title: Drinking with Doug: Discover and savor during Natural Wine Week in mid-April

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Countryside Network

Title: How to Make Mozzarella Cheese in Seven Easy Steps

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Business Monthly

Title: Record number of entries for U.S. Championship Cheese Contest in Green Bay

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Ecowatch

Title: The 18 Best Healthy Foods to Buy in Bulk (And the Worst)

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Ecowatch

Title: Look Out, Bone Broth: Mushroom Broth Might Be Even More Magical

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Patch

Title: Food Entrepreneur Workshops Offered By Dept. of Agriculture

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Grit

Title: Yeasted Rye Bread Recipe with Sponge Starter

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Grit

Title: Pressure Cooker Recipes

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Grit

Title: Pressure Cooker Pork Roast Stew Recipe

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Grit

Title: Yeasted Rye Bread Recipe with Sponge Starter

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Grit

Title: Are You a Locavore?

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Grit

Title: Baked Cranberry-and-Walnut-Stuffed Acorn Squash Recipe

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Food For Thought

Title: Delicious Denver Food Brands You Can Buy in Local Stores

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Food For Thought

Title: The Seven Best Events on the Culinary Calendar This Week

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Food For Thought

Title: Delicious Denver Food Brands You Can Buy in Local Stores

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Food For Thought

Title: 7 Health Benefits of Horseradish

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Food For Thought

Title: New uses for zucchini

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Food For Thought

Title: Flavorful bites from the garden

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Food For Thought

Title: A Late Summer Bourbon Cocktail

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Food For Thought

Title: Bored kids? Here are six easy recipes that will get them cooking over the summer

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Food For Thought

Title: Everyday recipes: Sweet corn stars in summer salad

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Food For Thought

Title: 3 recipes to make the most of season’s fruits and vegetables – from your garden or the market

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Food For Thought

Title: Cooking at Home – Colorado Peach Salsa

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Food For Thought

Title: Pico de Gallo Salsa Starter

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