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  • Afeltra
    by olivia vachon on December 11, 2015 at 11:06 am

    O Premiato Pastificio del Cavalier Olimpio Afeltra está entre os mais antigos de Gragnano. Foi essa fábrica de massas que, no início do século 19, lançou o formato de massa macaroni, famoso até hoje. The post Afeltra appeared first on Eataly Brasil.

  • Ricetta Eatalyana: Acqua Pazza
    by olivia vachon on December 10, 2015 at 9:27 pm

    The post Ricetta Eatalyana: Acqua Pazza appeared first on Eataly Brasil.

  • Entrevista com: José Barattino
    by olivia vachon on December 9, 2015 at 7:42 pm

    José Barattino, chef-executivo do Eataly São Paulo fala sobre alimentos frecos e saídas pra uma alimentação mais saudável. The post Entrevista com: José Barattino appeared first on Eataly Brasil.

  • DESIGN WEEKEND NO EATALY
    by eatalymanager on June 18, 2015 at 9:25 am

    De 12 a 16 de agosto nossa loja recebe a exposição “comer com os olhos”, feita pela.. The post DESIGN WEEKEND NO EATALY appeared first on Eataly Brasil.

  • FAÇA SEU EVENTO NO EATALY
    by eatalymanager on June 18, 2015 at 9:25 am

    Nossa Scuola e o Brace Bar & Griglia estão disponíveis para que você faça o seu evento.. The post FAÇA SEU EVENTO NO EATALY appeared first on Eataly Brasil.

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  • The Pandemic’s Waste Problem: How Stalled Composting Programs are Contributing to Food Waste
    by Jodi Helmer on September 30, 2020 at 5:00 pm

    Reducing food waste through recycling, composting, and other sustainable programs has gained steam over the last decade. But since the coronavirus pandemic began, these efforts have largely been stalled or abandoned entirely by city municipal waste programs, threatening to undo progress in reducing landfill waste. The post The Pandemic’s Waste Problem: How Stalled Composting Programs are Contributing to Food Waste appeared first on Food Revolution Network.

  • How to Take Care of Your Eyes & the Top 12 Foods for Eye Health
    by Ocean Robbins on September 25, 2020 at 5:00 pm

    Your eyes do so much for you, from allowing you to see the beauty of the world to warning you of potential dangers. But many of us don’t think much about the importance of our vision until it’s threatened. The good news is that by eating well, you can keep your eyes healthy and your vision sharp for as long as possible. The post How to Take Care of Your Eyes & the Top 12 Foods for Eye Health appeared first on Food Revolution Network.

  • How to Start an Indoor Garden
    by Ocean Robbins on September 23, 2020 at 5:00 pm

    Do you think you need a plot of land to grow your own herbs, veggies, fruits, and berries? Actually, if you know how to do it, it’s possible to grow food indoors, and provide your family with delicious produce that will be a source of pride and delight. Read on to find out how. The post How to Start an Indoor Garden appeared first on Food Revolution Network.

  • What is Quinoa? Nutrition, Health Benefits, & How to Cook It
    by Ocean Robbins on September 18, 2020 at 5:00 pm

    Quinoa is the tasty, nutty, and tiny seed of the quinoa plant. It’s rich in fiber and protein, easy to prepare, and delicious in a wide variety of dishes. Quinoa is low on the glycemic index, and a source of manganese, phosphorus, magnesium, and folate. And it’s gluten-free, to boot. But is this tiny pseudo-grain as healthy as people claim? Is it ethical and sustainable? And how do you cook it? The post What is Quinoa? Nutrition, Health Benefits, & How to Cook It appeared first on Food Revolution Network.

  • From Food Deserts to Food Oases: Addressing Access to Healthy Food
    by Ocean Robbins on September 11, 2020 at 5:00 pm

    Millions of people in the US and around the world live in “food deserts”: areas where it’s hard or even impossible to find healthy food. These food deserts promote poor health outcomes, are a drag on our economy, and reinforce the worst effects of racism. How did food deserts come to be? What do they cost all of us? And what can we do to make healthy food available for all? The post From Food Deserts to Food Oases: Addressing Access to Healthy Food appeared first on Food Revolution Network.