Tag: Foods

Journalist Michael Moss says people have been conditioned to consume processed foods like a drug addiction

Pulitzer-prize winning journalist and food science author Michael Moss joined Tucker Carlson for the second installment of “Tucker Carlson Today” on Fox Nation to discuss the dangers of processed foods, particularly their adictive nature.

“I’m starting to call a lot of these products fast groceries, like fast foods from restaurants,” said Moss. “And one of the defining characteristics is that they’re so highly engineered and processed, you really can’t tell what original food stuff from the farm went into them.”

“Much of the grocery store now is populated by these products. It’s not just cookies, sodas and ice cream treats,

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These Are the Strangest Foods From Every State

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The world’s most nutritious foods


42kcal, $0.62, per 100g

Peas are an excellent source of protein, carbohydrates, dietary fibre, minerals and water-soluble vitamins.


49. COWPEAS (v)

44kcal, $0.68, per 100g

Also called black-eyed peas. As with many legumes, high in carbohydrate, containing more protein than cereals.



13kcal, $0.39, per 100g

Also known as butterhead lettuce, and including Boston and bib varieties. Few calories. Popular in Europe.



50kcal, $0.33, per 100g

A raw, unprocessed and unfrozen variety of sour cherries (Prunus cerasus). Native

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Kepak Foods recalls Rustlers and Feasters Hot Dogs because of faulty seals

Kepak Foods is recalling Rustlers Classic Hot Dog 146ge, Rustlers 2 Classic Hot Dogs 271g and Feasters Hot Dog 140ge because some seals may be faulty due to a packaging fault, which could make these products unsafe to eat.

Product details

Rustlers Classic Hot Dog

Pack size 146ge
Use by 15 June to 30 June 2020

Rustlers 2 Classic Hot Dogs

Pack size 271g
Use by 15 June to 30 June 2020

Feasters Hot Dog

Pack size 140ge
Use by 15 June to 30 June 2020

Risk statement

Some seals for the products listed above may be faulty, which could

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The 50 Best Things To Eat In LA – Iconic Foods – Bucket List

You know all the things you’ve gotta do in LA before you die, but what about all the things you’ve gotta eat before heading to the big traffic jam in the sky? Here’s our list of 50, from Apple Pan’s hickory burger to an ice cream sandwich at Diddy Riese.

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1. Chorizo breakfast burrito

Cofax Coffee Shop


It may only be less than a year old, but this small coffee shop’s chips-and-smoked-potato-laden breakfast burrito has become a defining member of the city’s hand-held tortilla-wrapped community.

2. #19

Langer’s Delicatessen

MacArthur Park

The most iconic pastrami sandwich in

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