FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: How liquid calories can keep you full, why suffering is your default, & not all processed foods are created equal

by | Mar 17, 2017

For the Love of Food

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup. 

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This week how liquid calories can keep you full, why suffering is your default, and not all processed foods are created equal. 

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8 Responses to “FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: How liquid calories can keep you full, why suffering is your default, & not all processed foods are created equal”

  1. Alex C says:

    This is a great list!
    I just got inspired by an interview I heard on the Leonard Lopate show podcast with the writers of a new cookbook, Scraps: Wilts & Weeds…
    It was great to hear different ideas of what to do with juice pulp, black bananas, fish bones, lots of foods people tend to throw out.

  2. Eileen says:

    Hi,
    WRT the fasting recommendations in the Washington Post article – it recommends “science based” fasting. Do you have any recommended reading for that.
    thanks,
    Eileen

  3. Shannon Murphy says:

    Whole Foods is struggling, in my city at least, because they remodeled their store to massively expand their prepared foods section, which they made space for by cutting their selection on so many items that it ceases to be a one-stop-shop for me. The bummer is that their prepared foods are basically just artfully assembled Cisco products–the quality is terrible. It’s a shame, and it bums me out as well, but they brought it on themselves.

    Great roundup of links this week!

  4. AJ says:

    Hi, Darya!

    Thanks for the Atlantic article on true emulsion. Does this change the way you think about consuming smoothies as a treat? How often do you treat yourself to a smoothie?

    • Darya Rose says:

      I’ve never been a fan of smoothies, because most of the ones available in my area are primarily made with fruit (and often protein powder––bleh) and are way too sweet for me. I still have a green juice (with a hint of fruit) maybe 1-2x/month. You have to figure out for yourself what is worth it for you.

  5. Dawaiyatra says:

    I think the article linked on Smoothies is very convincing. Just like water before food keeps our stomach full but for few minutes, a smoothie can keep it full for hours and more over it is healthy like a horse.
    Thank you sharing these links.

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