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.
The “Keto Krew” in Texas is the mid-week inspiration you need. You’ve probably heard of the keto diet by now. Although there are risks to consider before you try it, there are also many success stories cropping up on our social media feeds. The latest? Five coworkers at Sprouts Farmers Market in Katy, Texas, have lost 200 pounds […]
Food Fun & News Reader’s Digest EditorsJun 19 Food storage brings up a lot of questions and concerns, especially when it involves meat products. Here are the guidelines for deciding what’s safe to eat. Raw poultry Natasha Breen/Shutterstock Raw poultry lasts just a day or two in the fridge (at a temperature of 40 degrees […]