Chia, matcha, olive-oil frying, quinoa tails & more Healthy Living Week doesn't have to be over-over. You can still recite fun facts to make it look like you didn't make this over the weekend, and we've got 10 good ones to memorize.
Tesco's move to sell ugly fruit and veg at lower prices suggests it's something to be ashamed of, says Josephine Fairley, whose own experience of running an organic food store shows customers love to ogle knobby carrots and bent cucumbers – the ruder...
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"In today’s foodie/cellphoneography/Instagram world, everyone is a food photographer. It’s almost customary to take a photo of your food before digging in. Some restaurants have even had to instate a “no photography” policy because patrons complain about the constant flash of cameras.
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