This classic brewing technique is a minimalist — and cost-effective — way to enjoy the healthy benefits of java.
This simple fermented classic can boost your digestive health.
With a few homemade seasonings and sauces, you can transform a simple summer cookout into an exploration of African, Caribbean, and Southern cuisines.
Keep your body and your budget healthy with these savvy recipes that make the most of whole-food ingredients.
Whip up a dairy-free alternative with this simple whole-foods recipe.
All you need is a few quick-pickling tricks to make your life a little easier and your microbiome a lot happier.
Who says an elimination diet has to be torture? These recipes will change the way you think about clean eating.
Learn to love plant-based meals with approachable foods that are as healthy as they are delectable.
To find true pleasure in the kitchen, focus first on the dishes that make you happy.
Forget the caveman stereotype. Paleo is all about eating whole, nutrient-dense food.
With this technique, you can release all of those tart, jewel-like treasures in just a few minutes.
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This classic tea has long been prized for its healing properties, and brewing a cup can be a lovely daily ritual.
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Alan Bergo, executive chef of The Salt Cellar in St. Paul, Minn., shows Experience Life senior director of content Jamie Martin how to sear scallops in this how-to video.
Alan Bergo, executive chef of The Salt Cellar in St. Paul, Minn., shows Experience Life senior director of content Jamie Martin how to sauté cauliflower in this how-to video.
Alan Bergo, executive chef of The Salt Cellar in St. Paul, Minn., shows Experience Life senior director of content Jamie Martin how to braise kale in this how-to video
Learn how to sauté, sear, and braise like a pro — and bring out the best in your food, simply.
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