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Are you accidentally eating the toxic parts of fruits and veggies?

Nearly every reference to healthy eating will list fresh fruits and vegetables at the top of the must-eat list. That’s no surprise, considering that together, they can provide nearly every vitamin and mineral a body needs. While some produce options can be gobbled up from the outer skin to the inner seed, there are parts of certain fruits and vegetables that contain dangerous substances. While most of these substances are not toxic in small doses, they can definitely make you sick, especially i...
Tags: Design, Vegetables, Produce, Features, Fruits, Toxins, Vegan, Vegetarian, Eat & Drink, Fruits And Vegetables, Food Toxins, Poisonous Food


This AI food truck could bring fresh produce directly to you

It’s no secret that artificial intelligence is trending worldwide, which is why it is also a prominent component of CES 2019. But as interest in futuristic tech grows, so does consumer interest in fresh, local food. The farm-to-table concept continues to gain popularity, which is why Panasonic has proposed an innovative mash-up of these two seemingly polar opposites — an AI mobile delivery service that operates like an ice cream truck to bring local fruits, vegetables and other grocery items di...
Tags: Food, Design, Produce, Ces, Gmo, Panasonic, Food Delivery, Local Food, Eat & Drink, Food Truck, Fresh Food, CES 2019


59 People Now Sickened by E. Coli Romaine Lettuce as Investigation Continues

The investigation into the E. coli outbreak that has sickened dozens and forbidden our sweet, sweet romaine lettuce is still underway, but officials with federal agencies investigating the outbreak said this week that they’ve identified at least one farm in California to which the infecting strain O157:H7 may be tied.Read more...
Tags: Health, Science, California, Cdc, Produce, Fda, Romaine Lettuce, Bad Lettuce


Margot Robbie to Produce Barbed Wire Heart for Warner Bros.

Margot Robbie to produce Barbed Wire Heart for Warner Bros. Margot Robbie’s production company Luckychap has teamed with Dan Lin’s Rideback to adapt the gritty crime novel Barbed Wire Heart for Warner Bros., according to The Hollywood Reporter. Robbie is not expected to star in the adaptation. Here is the Amazon description of the novel written by Tess Sharpe: “Harley McKenna is the only child of North County’s biggest criminal. Duke McKenna’s run more guns, cooked more meth, and killed more...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Movies, Produce, Harley Quinn, Warner Bros, Margot Robbie, Duke, Ewan McGregor, Tonya, Harley, North County, Robbie, ComingSoon, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Travis Fimmel


Is the future of pop music in artificial intelligence?

Computers are getting better and better at making music and soon the top songs in the charts could have little to no human involvement – at least that’s what Popgun AI are hoping. Artificial Intelligence is getting more sophisticated by the minute and it’s capabilities are beginning to know no bounds. Some see it as a threat, some see it as a blessing, and most of us just think it’s pretty cool. Popgun are the developers behind an AI that can intelligently create sophisticated music using al...
Tags: Music, Featured, Produce, Pop, Artificial Intelligence, Production, Software, Pandora, Tim Westergren, Silicon Valley, Ai, Alice, Phillips, Stephen Phillips, Algorithmic, Popgun


How to cook and enjoy 10 types of squash other than pumpkin

‘Tis the season for pies, soups, breads and fall produce. Whether you roast, puree, bake or sauté it, squash is one of the few fall/winter options for cooking with fresh produce, thanks to its tough outer skin that shields it from cold temperatures. While pumpkin steals the show this time of year, there are many other options from which to choose. From butternut squash to sweet dumpling squash, there are endless varieties of this amazing vegetable, and even more delicious ways to prepare it. To...
Tags: Food, Cooking, Fall, Design, Winter, Produce, Features, Recipes, Healthy Eating, Squash, Eat & Drink, Farmers Markets, Hubbard, ACORN, Winter Recipes, Eating Seasonally


Farmscape helps communities embrace urban farming

The majority of the world’s population lives in cities, and thanks to the rising monetary and environmental costs of transporting food to these areas, interest in urban farming has dramatically increased over the past decade. In cities like Atlanta, Chicago, New York and Los Angeles, it is relatively easy to find food growing in windowsills, on rooftops, in community gardens and even on corporate campuses. Since 2008, Farmscape has helped people, communities and companies across the country emb...
Tags: Food, Gardening, Design, California, Environment, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Vegetables, Produce, Organic, Features, Farming, Fruit, San Francisco Giants, Gardens, Urban Farming


Legendary Developing Live-Action My Hero Academia Film

Legendary developing live-action My Hero Academia film According to The Hollywood Reporter, Legendary Pictures is developing a live action film based on the Manga series My Hero Academia. The outlet describes the series as taking place “in a world where 80 percent of people have developed powers, known as quirks. One boy, who has no quirks of his own, obsessively follows the heroes who have emerged, though not everyone uses their powers for good. Although he has no powers of his own, the boy ...
Tags: Movies, Produce, Dreamworks, Alex Garcia, Japanese, Ryan Reynolds, Robert Rodriguez, Mystics, ComingSoon, My Hero Academia, Film adaptation, Kohei Horikoshi, Jay Ashenfelter, Manga Comic, Hollywood Reporter Legendary Pictures, Ryosuke Yoritomi


How to grow a lush garden in your tiny kitchen windowsill

Envision a garden — you probably picture rows of corn neatly spaced across a field or lettuce coming to life in large raised beds. What you might not realize is that produce can grow very well in limited spaces, too. You can transform the confined windowsill in your kitchen into an oasis of herbs, greens and other goodies. In addition to growing flavorful herbs and fresh food, you also bring visual appeal to the space and produce a natural air filtration system. By growing plants organically, y...
Tags: Food, Gardening, Design, Diy, Vegetables, Produce, Organic, Features, Plants, Urban Farming, Herb Garden, Eat & Drink, Fresh Food, Indoor Gardening, Windowsill Garden, Westermayer Gemma Evans Cassidy Phillips


We made baked potatoes 8 different ways to find the one perfect method

Here in the Midwest, there’s an appealing crispness in the air, and perfectly sane people who would commonly have no interest in anything so festive are chirping about apple-picking and hay rides and strolling down the street wearing sweaters over plaid collared shirts. There is no bad season to eat a baked potato,…Read more...
Tags: Cooking, Produce, Potatoes, Lifehacks, Midwest


How To Make No-Cook Pasta Sauce From Basically Any Vegetable

Noodles don’t need a lot of stove time to taste good, which is why they’re a no-fail summer standby. As much as I love cold peanut noodles, sometimes I crave a bowl of silky-sauced pasta laden with vegetables and cheese—without spending an hour simmering that sauce. Read more...
Tags: Food, Cooking, Vegetables, Produce, Pasta, How To, Lifehacks


This Beet and Sour Cherry Salad Is a Study In Contrasts

Spending your money on ripe sour cherries is a serious commitment. For me, the promise of cherry pie doesn’t outweigh the pressure to pit and/or freeze several pounds of very expensive fruit before it turns to soup, which happens seemingly overnight—but apparently, the promise of a marinated beet salad sure does. Read more...
Tags: Food, Cooking, Produce, Recipes, Lifehacks, Cherries, Salad, Beets, The Crisper


How to create your own iPhone ringtone on GarageBand

Bored of your iPhone’s plain ringtones? This guide will show you how to make your own straight from your phone for that custom touch. If you’re not familiar with GarageBand then you’ve been missing out. It’s a free music creation and production software that has been a staple of Macs for years and has since found it’s home on iPads and iPhone’s as well. It’s super easy, super intuitive, and super-free. There’s lots you can do with GarageBand, including making your very own custom ringtone on...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ipad, Music, Mac, Produce, App, Software, How To, Track, Garageband, Project, Ring, Custom, Create, Ringtone


'Food in the Nude' project helps New Zealand supermarket reduce plastic use

A New Zealand grocery store is attempting to slash its plastic use creatively with a new “Food in the Nude” project. And no, it’s not about people getting naked – it’s about serving produce without a pile of packaging. According to SUPERMARKETNEWS, the New World Bishopdale market has installed a refrigeration shelving system for displaying vegetables and fruit without plastic packaging. New World Bishopdale is having fun with cutting plastic. Owner Nigel Bond told SUPERMARKETNEWS in his 30 yea...
Tags: Food, Usa, Design, News, Vegetables, Produce, Supermarkets, Fruit, Plastic, New Zealand, Grocery Stores, Supermarket, Bond, Grocery Store, North Island, Eat & Drink


Remix Pharrell Williams top hits and beats in ROLI’s free app

ROLI are bringing one of the world’s hottest producers to their free app to remix hits like ‘Happy’ using their awesome devices. The creators behind the incredible expressive keyboards ‘Seaboards’ and more recently the fascinating BLOCKS devices, ROLI are back with some Pharrell for you. Through their free NOISE app ROLI have launched a unique soundpack that deconstructs Pharrell beats for you to build up again. ‘Lemon by N.E.R.D.’ is the Studiopack which takes all the vital elements from Phar...
Tags: Music, Remix, Rihanna, Los Angeles, Produce, App, Appointment, Production, Software, Happy, Pharrell, Pharrell Williams, Lamb, Lemon, Roli, Mix


How to Score Free Plants for Your Garden or Windowsill

Gardening might cost less than other pastimes but it’s usually not without expenses. At a minimum, you might have to buy planters, potting soil and starter plants or packets of seeds. You can actually eliminate most expenditures if you make your own potting soil, repurpose old containers into pots, and even obtain plants for free.  Here’s how to track down sources of free plants. Craigslist Check out the farm and garden subsection within Craigslist’s sales section. While most of the listings...
Tags: Garden, Giveaways, Facebook, Craigslist, Free, Marketing, Produce, Freebies, Plants, Florist, Nurseries, Gardening Supplies


PC Plus Offers: Get 4000 PC Plus Points When You Spend $20 On Produce At Your Independent Grocer Until September 16th

A popular PC Plus points offer is available at Your Independent Grocer stores this week . Until September the 16th, get 4000 PC Plus points when you spend $20 in the produce department. For those of you who have never done this offer, items lie refrigerated dressings and ready made salads in the produce department also count for this offer, in case you need a boost to reach the $20 mark. Also, you will not receive the points for every $20 you spend at one time, so if you are planning on spendin...
Tags: Shopping, Produce, Canada, Canadian Deals & Coupons, PC Plus, Independent Grocer


Real Canadian Superstore Ontario: 4000 PC Plus Points When You Spend $20 On Produce July 20th – 26th

Real Canadian Superstore Ontario has a great offer to sway you into buying your produce there this upcoming week. Get 4000 PC Plus points when you spend $20 in the produce department from July the 20th to the 26th. This is like getting $4 back in points, or 20% of your $20 spent. If you do have any coupons you can also use those to bring down your out of pocket cost, and you also price match the... Source
Tags: Shopping, Produce, Canada, Canadian Deals & Coupons, PC Plus, Real Canadian Superstore, Real Canadian Superstore Ontario


What's Cooking? What Spring Produce Are You Pumped About?

Hello, and welcome back to to What’s Cooking?, the weekly open thread where you get to share all of your brilliant thoughts, advice, recipes, and opinions on all things edible. Spring has sprung and, though I’m kind of sad to see Brussels sprouts go, I’m pretty excited for all of the tasty treats this new season…Read more...
Tags: Kitchen, Food, Cooking, Vegetables, Produce, Fruit, Forum, Spring, Brussels, life-hacks, Whats Cooking


Vegeo Vegeco

I absolutely love the simple design of the new Vegeo Vegeco shop — and no wonder, since it was designed by Masamichi Katayama. The company behind it started by selling produce from the Kyushu region online, and now on top of this physical store (in Tokyo’s Nezu neighborhood), they also offer an app called Vegery for quick deliveries in areas of Tokyo. This is the kind of thing that would make me eat my greens more. More details in this Spoon & Tamago post.
Tags: Travel, Food, Design, Vegetables, Produce, App, Tokyo, Stores, Kyushu, Spoon & Tamago, Tamago, Masamichi Katayama, Nezu, Vegeo Vegeco, Vegery


Quesong Puti / Filipino White Cheese

Somehow, the promise of what lies within is almost always overestimated when it comes to quesong puti wrapped in fresh banana leaves.
Tags: Food, General, Produce, ETC, Kitchen Equipment, Other Food Products


The top up-and-coming Electronic producers and EDM artists to watch in 2017

Next in our series of the rising artists to keep an eye on this year we’ll be looking at the wave of awesome new electronic artists who are bringing in a fresh wave of new and unique beats, mixes and bangers. Tom Misch At just 21 Tom Misch’s smooth beats and jazz-influenced production work have established him as one of the UK’s hottest new producers. His skill doesn’t lie solely in producing however with a great voice and jazzy guitar skills. Following the release of ‘Beat Tape 2’ in 2015...
Tags: Music, UK, Featured, Remix, Top, Produce, Dj, Production, Dance, Artists, Musicians, Soundcloud, 2017, Electronic, Mixes, Edm


You could direct Elton John’s official music videos for Bennie and the Jets, Rocket Man, Tiny Dancer on YouTube

Elton John launched ‘The Cut’, a global competition where the winners will direct the official music videos for 3 of Elton John’s biggest hits. Ever wanted to direct a music video? How about a video for some of the most loved songs ever written? And then collaborating on that vision with one of entertainment’s most imaginative minds? Well then step up and see if you can make “The Cut.” That’s what Elton John offering with his new competition, supported by YouTube. The competition will see...
Tags: Video, Music, Rihanna, Youtube, Produce, Competition, Animation, Elton John, Dreamworks, Contest, Director, Direct, The Cut, Bennie, Parris Goebel, Kurt Hugo Schneider


What if a new powder could keep your produce fresher longer? Edipeel can

Keeping your food fresh never tasted this ... much like nothing. Looking to solve the age-old problem of spoilage is a new startup in Santa Barbara, California. Its name is Apeel Sciences and its product is known as Edipeel. The post What if a new powder could keep your produce fresher longer? Edipeel can appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Home, Trends, Produce, Santa Barbara California


Akai are making MIDI controllers wireless with their 2 new releases

Akai are helping you solve the constant struggle of being buried in wire coffins under your rig with their 2 new MIDI controllers which work wirelessly. Akai have once again proved their position as affordable innovators by introducing 2 new Bluetooth powered MIDI controllers that eliminate the need for wires (though you can still use USB connection of course). The two wireless additions to Akai’s range include the LPK25, a 25-key MIDI keyboard.controller, and the LDP8, a compact MIDI con...
Tags: Music, Bluetooth, Mac, Equipment, Produce, Dj, Controller, Production, Keyboard, Wireless, Keys, Midi, Producing, Creation, Daw, Akai


5 free spooky plugins to make your own Halloween soundtrack

Looking to set the mood this Halloween? Create your own creepy, scary soundtracks with these 5 plugins that are guaranteed to send shivers down your spine with each note. It’s that time of year again – Halloween, when we rejoice to try and be the most ridiculously dressed, give children a year’s supply of sweets in one night, and drink far too much. These are staples of Halloween but what would the celebration of the dead be without some spooky, atmospheric music. We’ve collected together 5 pl...
Tags: Halloween, Music, Top, Produce, Best, List, Plugins, Production, Software, Scary, Vst, Spooky, Hallow, Instrument, Krakli


5 free spooky plugins to make your own Halloween soundtrack with

Looking to set the mood this Halloween? Create your own creepy, scary soundtracks with these 5 plugins that are guaranteed to send shivers down your spine with each note. It’s that time of year again – Halloween, when we rejoice to try and be the most ridiculously dressed, give children a year’s supply of sweets in one night, and drink far too much. These are staples of Halloween but what would the celebration of the dead be without some spooky, atmospheric music. We’ve collected together 5 pl...
Tags: Halloween, Music, Top, Produce, Best, List, Plugins, Production, Software, Scary, Vst, Spooky, Hallow, Instrument, Krakli


NASA-inspired indoor gardens may make at-home farming easier and healthier

Farming ain’t easy. It takes care, plenty of space, and no shortage of hard work. That makes homegrown produce a luxury for most city dwellers. But a company called Click & Grow wants to make at-home farming as easy as pressing a button. The post NASA-inspired indoor gardens may make at-home farming easier and healthier appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Home, Gardening, Trends, Vegetables, Produce, Nasa, Farming, Interior, Cool Tech, City Living


Seed-Saving 101: How to harvest and store herb, tomato, and berry seeds

Another great aspect of harvest season is that it’s the time of year when most plants go to seed, thus ensuring a strong new crop for the following spring. Those of you with food gardens have probably noticed the metamorphosis that your plants are going through right now, but unless you have experience with harvesting and keeping seeds, you probably don’t quite know how to go about doing so. Good news, then! This is the first in a 2-part piece on how to harvest those little nuggets of potentia...
Tags: Design, Diy, Vegetables, Tomatoes, Produce, Fruits, Gmo, Innovation, How To, Monsanto, Seeds, Berries, Botanical, Gardening And Plants, Organic Gardening, Sustainable Gardening


Vin Diesel moves behind the scenes as producer of TV series ‘First Responders’

Action movie star Vin Diesel is taking on a project for the small screen. He's an executive producer on First Responders, a procedural drama that may be coming to NBC. The post Vin Diesel moves behind the scenes as producer of TV series ‘First Responders’ appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Television, Nbc, Trends, Produce, Home Theater, Vin Diesel, Movies & TV