How to Make Miso Soup

How to Make Miso Soup

If you’re a Japanese food enthusiast, you might be familiar with their focus on umami, or the “fifth” taste. A very popular source of umami is miso. This is one of the most utilized ingredients in Japanese cuisine, and is the main ingredient for miso soup, a staple in most ...

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Kratom as an Alternative for Opium Withdrawal

Kratom as an Alternative for Opium Withdrawal

By Dr. Mercola With opioid overdose being the No. 1 cause of death of Americans under the age of 50, it’s quite clear we need safer alternatives to pain management. Rampant opioid addiction is so significant it has even led to a decline in life expectancy in the U.S. In ...

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Out of the box (+ a Cravings giveaway)

Cooking with liv

This post is sponsored by Blue Apron. The first 50 to order using this link will get $50 off their first two weeks using Blue Apron! BACK IN THE KITCHEN, and it feels so.good.   We are slowly starting to get back into the routine of life around here. Living ...

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5 Steps To the Perfect Steak—and a 4-Recipe Video

5 Steps To the Perfect Steak—and a 4-Recipe Video

Today’s awesome guest post and video is offered by Head Chef Yankel of ButcherBox. If you’ve been around Mark’s Daily Apple for a while, you’ve likely heard of ButcherBox, a company close to the core Primal values of clean eating, great flavor and healthy sustainability. I’ve been a happy customer ...

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What's Lurking in Your Dish Towel?

What's Lurking in Your Dish Towel?

By Dr. Mercola Hand-washing is one of the simplest ways to reduce exposure to potential disease-causing germs.1 This may also reduce your chances of getting sick and/or spreading infection. Regular and proper hand-washing drastically decreases the number of germs having access to your body, especially at key times such as ...

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The Beauty of Virtualized Desktops in the Clinical Environment

In a virtualized desktop, also known as client virtualization, the data, and often operating system, is stored on a remote central server, instead of local storage in end-user computer terminals. Thus devices, such as personal computers, notebooks, and smartphones, can be used to access the centralized data, applications, programs, and ...

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