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Getting involved in the process of cooking is probably one of the best things you can do for your well-being. You don’t have to be a top chef to get interested in preparing your own meals. Start with one meal a week—maybe it’s dinner on Sunday—and see where that leads you. Cooking can be a great wellness practice, sparking creativity, reducing stress, and allowing you to slow down and reconnect with yourself.

My mom always teases me that I had no interest in cooking growing up, and now it’s a big part of my lifestyle. The shift for me began

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Say hello to your new cooking secret weapon: the air fryer. You may have been hearing buzz about this kitchen gadget, but does it suit the needs of your plant-based cooking? The answer is yes. While many tend to think an air fryer is a meat-centric device, it’s actually well suited for cooking up vegan, vegetarian and plant-forward meals and snacks all with fewer calories and less fat. From frozen vegan burgers to veggies, tofu, and more, there are seemingly endless plant-based air frying possibilities.

To celebrate the air fryer as a healthful way to cook, we’ve rounded up air

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An Oklahoma man who had been released early from prison in January as part of a mass commutation effort is now accused of three killings, including the death of a neighbor whose heart he cut out, authorities said.

A judge denied bail Tuesday for Lawrence Paul Anderson, who faces three counts of first-degree murder, one count of

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When Chris Young started working on Modernist Cuisine with Nathan Myhrvold almost 15 years ago, their original idea was to simply write a book about sous vide cooking.

“I still have emails where we thought it’d be a few hundred pages, we could get it done in a year,” Young told me in a phone interview.

As most know, Modernist Cuisine would grow far bigger than a hundred pages, and take much longer than a year to write. And while much of the multivolume work is dedicated to sous vide cooking, what Young and other early sous vide enthusiasts knew

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A triple murder suspect broke down in tears in an Oklahoma courtroom as a prosecutor detailed how he cut out the heart of one of his victims, cooked it with potatoes, and fed it to his relatives before trying to kill them too.

Lawrence Paul Anderson, 42, confessed to breaking into 41-year-old Andrea Lynn Blankenship’s home in Chickasha, Oklahoma, on Feb. 12 by breaking down her back door with his shoulder. He then allegedly confessed to killing her and cutting out her heart, taking it across the street to his aunt and uncle’s home and sauteing it with potatoes. He

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Lawrence Paul Anderson then allegedly killed his uncle and his uncle’s 4-year-old granddaughter in a gruesome case that has rocked the city of 16,400 about 40 miles southwest of Oklahoma City. Anderson, 42, was charged Tuesday with three counts of first-degree murder and two felony charges of assault and battery with a deadly weapon and maiming, court records show.

Anderson was denied bond on Tuesday, and it isn’t clear whether he made a plea. Lawyers for Anderson didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment late Tuesday.

Police have not said whether they suspect a motive in the slayings.

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