Produce Prep: Raw or Cooked?

Here's how to cook and eat your vegetables to get the most nutrients out of them.

Produce Prep: Raw or Cooked?

Adding plenty of fresh produce to your daily diet is just one part of living healthy. You also have to know how to prepare them to preserve their nutritional value. Supercharge your vegetables by learning how to get the most out of them.

Onions: Cooked!

Onions contain a flavonoid called quercetin, which has anti-inflammatory properties. Cooking increases the total amount of flavonoids. Red and yellow onions have more flavonoids than white onions. Bake or sauté onions for 5 minutes; any longer and the onion will begin to lose nutrients.

2 Small Kitchen Tools That May Save You Big Time & Space

Both of which are crucial for the holidays.


During the holiday season, your time and kitchen space is more valuable than ever. How can you maximize both to entertain family and serve a delicious meal? Here are two small gadgets that may make a mighty difference.

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