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I have a problem with milk. Well, multiple problems. Let me elaborate. (Are you excited?) Cow’s milk is, of course, bad news for the planet: three times worse in greenhouse emission terms than any plant milk. I have known for ages, but pretended not to, because tea is horrible with oat milk.

I do, however, seek out the least bad dairy. I get my milk from cows fed on seaweed, which reduces bovine belching: research has recently found this can cut methane emissions by up to 82%. So, great? Well. First, it comes in a plastic bottle, not a glass

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Neetu Kapoor’s story may make you want to try this remedy too.

The year of the pandemic has made a huge impact on mental health of many people. Mental wellness has become the utmost priority in these testing times. This new shift of perspective has thus brought the focus onto anxiety, depression and stress. It is best to consult a qualified doctor for the right treatment and avoid over-the-counter medications and treatments. However, there are some home remedies which are known to relieve the body of stress and anxiety. These are ingredients which can be easily found in the kitchen

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While most of the world has struggled with COVID-19 for the past year, many incredibly wealthy people have continued to indulge as they did before the pandemic. I know this because I work at a fine-dining restaurant in a ritzy ski town and it’s my job to provide a luxurious dining experience for the guests who walk through our door.

As millions of people have hunkered down in their apartments, eating frozen pizza, binge-watching Netflix and trying not to think about how or if they’ll be able to afford next month’s rent, our wealthy restaurant guests have been enjoying $500

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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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One ubiquitous effect of the pandemic has been forced self-reflection. In this fraught landscape and constant uncertainty, this has proven true for parents, doctors, small-business owners — you name it. It’s perhaps most profoundly true for those in the hospitality industry. With so many employees having been laid off, and so many more demands being made on the managers who are still working, people in the industry have had to take a hard look at themselves and ask some very tough questions. How do we pivot to meet the needs of today, let alone tomorrow? How do we prioritize our

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Austin restaurants and grocery stores are working hard to get food and water to everyone who needs it. 

After days of empty shelves, H-E-B said they will restock all Austin locations Friday night.

“So because we had so many delays and deliveries that were delayed because of the weather, we do have hundreds of trucks in excess of what we normally would, making sure that product

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