Make your own jam the easy way with chia. The seeds’ binding power means you won’t need pectin—just a bit of sweetener (how much depends on the fruit). For blueberry jam, for example, add a few tablespoons of maple syrup or honey and 1/4 cup chia seeds to a few cups of berries and cook, stirring, over medium-low heat until it thickens. The result is so delicious and healthy. Use any fruit you like, or a combination; we love berries mixed with peeled and seeded stone fruits, like peaches or plums.
I know that sauerkraut can be an acquired taste for some, but I've loved that stinky, fermented cabbage since the first time I laid eyes on it, way back in elementary school (seriously). Though its smell might have put me off at first, its briny, funky flavor immediately won me over. While other kids were […]
Conditions Some of the most normal foods could be absolutely awful for your pearly whites and gums. We caught up with top dentists to see which foods they steer clear of—and some are pretty surprising. Popcorn Glevalex/Shutterstock Put down that bowl of microwave popcorn, friends. “Countless number of people come in with cracked teeth from […]