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Day: March 25, 2021

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Many of us are trying to get rid of unhealthy habits that we picked up during the COVID pandemic. And if you’re like the 24 percent of American adults who live on diet soda, which has been proven to cause obesity, increase the risk of dementia, and lead to heart disease, you may be looking for another refreshing beverage to replace the artificially sweetened diet drinks. Now, a nutritionist has recommended a natural probiotic be consumed as a replacement for diet soda, according to NDTV. Read on to find out the surprising drink she recommends sipping on instead,

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A rendering of the upcoming La Neta restaurant and lounge at Downtown Summelrin.

Best Friend reopened on March 19 at Park MGM. Roy Choi’s bodega-inspired Korean barbecue hot spot is operating on weekends only, Friday through Sunday from 5 until 11 p.m.

Bella Vita celebrated the grand opening of its second location on Blue Diamond Road last week with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and a donation to Central Christian Church and the Firefighters of Southern Nevada Burn Foundation. The Italian restaurant that began with a location at the District at Green Valley Ranch and is already planning a

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IMAGE: Rammohan Aluru and Grigoriy Zyryanov ones on scientists group, who have developed edible food films based on seaweed (stripped off solution of ferulic acid and sodium alginate in a Petri…
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An international group of scientists from India and Russia has created edible food films for packaging fruits, vegetables, poultry, meat, and seafood. Films consist of natural ingredients, they are safe for health and the environment. In addition, films are water-soluble and dissolve by almost 90% in 24 hours. Description of the research and results of experiments are published in the Journal of

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A donabe is a Japanese cooking vessel made of clay — do means “clay,” nabe means “pot.” But if you talk to Naoko Takei Moore, it’s also a way of thinking about cooking, a way of finding joy in the day-to-day of the kitchen. Takei Moore, who was born in Yokohama and grew up in Tokyo, remembers the communal-style donabe at the center of her family’s dining table year round, and how it drew everyone toward it for the simmering dish known as a nabe, or hot pot. “The most common style when I was growing up was yosenabe,

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Charles Troup has seen his share of fine dining, having worked front-of-house in some of Denver and Boulder’s top restaurants, among them Oak at Fourteenth, Safta and Departure. But his two newest ventures are decidedly more casual. Last fall, he opened Boychik with chef Chase Devitt, specializing in shawarma and hummus bowls, at Avanti Boulder, and now he’s ready to debut Gorlami Pizza at the original Avanti Food & Beverage in LoHi.

Gorlami Pizza is named after Brad Pitt’s attempt

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CLEVELAND, Ohio – A survey ranks Cleveland baseball fans fourth in how much they drink at the ballpark during games.

Njonlinegambling.com conducted the survey this year of 2,631 Major League Baseball fans over age 21 (respondents’ average age was 36). Fans were asked how many alcoholic beverages they typically consume while watching a baseball game as well as about how much they spend.

When it comes to imbibing, fans in only three cities were ahead of Tribe rooters: Chicago White Sox fans top the list at 4.2 drinks per game while dropping $46. Atlanta Braves backers quaff four drinks a

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