For many people, pasta salad conjures up the image of macaroni elbows slathered in a mix of mayonnaise, finely-diced vegetables, and minimal seasoning. For some, it’s a delicious nostalgia trip. For others, it’s…well, pretty bland. Thankfully, chef and Well+Good Council member Candice Kumai has a pasta-based salad that is incredibly flavorful—and
Nutrition isn’t just a health issue; it is a social justice issue, compounded by systemic racism. Black, Hispanic and Latinx, and Native American communities in the U.S. are more likely to experience food insecurity compared to their white counterparts. Additionally, food and eating are deeply entrenched in cultural norms and
When it comes to hydrating foods, watermelon is probably the first one you think of. It makes sense—water is in the name, after all, and it’s 92 percent water (and 100 percent delicious, but that’s besides the point). Other hydrating foods that come to mind probably include cucumbers and celery.
How many times have you stared at your salad wishing it would magically transform into a big bowl of pasta? While both meals are great, they’re undeniably better together—and that’s where your favorite healthy grocer comes in. Trader Joe’s sweet corn ravioli is back, and it’s essentially a summer salad
Typically, canned grocery hauls consist of plenty of chickpeas, beans, tomatoes, peas, and other must-haves. One underrated veggie that belongs in every shopping cart, though, is none other than the very humble hearts of palm. Hearts of palm—which either comes canned or jarred—is found in the inside of certain palm
Avocado oil has become a staple in healthy kitchens across the country. But, unfortunately, the oil sitting in your cupboard is most likely rancid. And, worse yet, there’s a chance it’s not even avocado oil at all. In a new study published in the journal Food Control, reachers extensively looked
Those in the wellness set have been well-acquainted with kombucha—a fermented tea—for quite some time; in fact, the beverage has been around for thousands of years, and is believed to originate from China or Japan. You can actually make your own kombucha by adding particular strains of bacteria, yeast, and