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Day: April 2, 2021

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Real Water’s bottled product, which has been linked to liver failure and non-viral hepatitis by the federal government, is still up for sale online and being pushed through social media despite the company’s voluntary recall, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warns.

“The FDA has become aware that ‘Real Water’ brand alkaline water is still being offered for sale through online retailers,” the FDA wrote in an update on March 31. “The agency is working to locate any remaining products to ensure they are no longer

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“Lunch is ready,” I called out to my husband and daughter, setting the serving dish down on the dining table. On cue, Anoushka, my 14-year-old, reached out to open the lid to check what was inside.

We were having khichdi – mashed lentils, diced vegetables and rice topped with caramelised onions. “Did you know that the British kedgeree (a mix of rice, flaked fish and boiled eggs) is inspired by our khichdi?” Anoushka asked, drizzling spoonfuls of ghee (clarified butter) onto the khichdi on her plate.

She was studying the colonial history of India for her upcoming exams and trivia

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Two chemicals that are commonly found in processed foods may harm the immune system, according to a new study.

The chemicals are the preservative tert-butylhydroquinone (TBHQ), found in Kellogg’s Pop-Tarts, Cheez-Its and more than 1,000 other foods; and per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), a group of chemicals that can leach into food from packaging, according to the study authors, from the Environmental Working Group (EWG), a health-focused nonprofit. 

“The pandemic has focused public and scientific attention on environmental factors that can impact the immune system,” study author Olga Naidenko, EWG vice president for science investigations, said in a statement

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“Does It Work?” This cooking technique looks a bit like a science experiment

“Does It Work?” This cooking technique looks a bit like a science experiment



MANY PEOPLE HAVE >> MANY PEOPLE HAVE GOTTEN MORE CREATIVE IN THEIR KITCHENS OVER THE PAST YEAR, AND HAVE TRIED COOKING TECHNIQUES THAT ARE TYPICALLY USED BY PROFESSIONAL CHEFS. TODAY, WE’RE GOING TO PUT ONE OF THOSE TECHNIQUES TO THE TEST. GABRIELLE KOMOROWSKI FINDS OUT DOES IT WORK? >> WE’VE COME TO GREENVILLE TECHNICAL COLLEGE’S TRUIST CULINARY AND HOSPITALITY INNOVATION CENTER TO COMPARE

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With Covid cases on the decline, many restaurants are opening back up to full capacity. Yet owners say they are struggling to hire new staff to keep up with demand.

FOX Business spoke with multiple restaurant owners across the country who say applicants, drawn by the lure of unemployment benefits and stimulus checks, have tapered off over the course of the pandemic and it remains unclear whether that trend will continue.

Tom Sacco is the CEO of Happy Joe’s Pizza & Ice

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Mangonadas have long been an iconic Mexican beverage that combines just the right hint of spice with the sweet flavors of tropical mango puree and the savory from the tart kick of chamoy. Baskin Robbins is now paying tribute to the refreshing drink with its own rendition, arriving in time for the warmer weather.

With a light dusting of tajín to finish off the drink, the seasoning adds the finishing touches to the signature Mexican combination of lime, sea salt and mild chili peppers, leaving the tastebuds with an unforgettable experience.

Vice President of Marketing & Culinary at Baskin Robbins

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