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On the ground floor of the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, is an exhibition titled “Food: Transforming the American table 1950-2000″ with Julia Child’s kitchen as its crown jewel. It traces the most important moments in the history of American food, from the invention of the refrigerator to the introduction of canned goods to the pervasiveness corn in processed foods. Much of the exhibition is dedicated to a point of pride and shame in American cuisine: Food products —a staple of pantries, gas stations, and corner stores—are the quintessential embodiment of American eating habits. Junk food highlights two of the main characteristics of American culture: comfort (no cooking, no washing up, no cutlery) and unapologetic passion for enhanced tastes (cherry-flavored water anyone. Processed food accounts for 70% of the US diet and Americans “consume more packaged food per person than their counterparts in nearly all other countries. ” As an Italian who wasn’t even allowed higher quality Italian packaged food growing up in Bergamo (northeast of Milan)—the choices in America can be confusing and overwhelming. In the aisles of an American grocery store, you’ll often find supply for demands you didn’t know you had, like spraying cheese on crackers, or eating spaghetti out of a can (which is basically sacreligious in Italy). Processed food can lead the uninducted foreigner into tricky conversations, like this one I got caught in recently with a coworker:. Her: I can’t remember the last time I had Spaghetti Os. Me: What is Spaghetti Os. Her: It’s like spaghetti, but o-shaped. Me: Oh, you mean like bucatini. Her: No, it’s like—a ring. Me: But that’s not spaghetti. Her: Yeah, it’s spaghetti O. Me: But spaghetti is a string. Her: Sure, but spaghetti Os are little rings of spaghetti. Me: But that’s not spaghetti…. After living in the US for over two years, I thought it would be helpful to offer a guide of some of the most popular American processed foods. I asked Americans at Quartz and on Twitter for help narrowing down a few staples (that don’t require cooking) and set out to taste them all (a task not always pleasant, for us children of Italia ). Here is. Source: qz.com
From the microwave fit containers to the convenient lunch pack to disposable cups and plates and cutlery and mostly to any sort of packaging, plastic is everywhere. And while some voices come to warn of the potential health risks that some substances found in plastic pose, little is done to prevent the never-tiring plastic industry from introducing new substances that may well beat the previous in terms of... A scientific team from New York University Medical Center, led by Leonardo Trasande analyzed the health risks of two plastic components, part of the phthalates group. Previously, dr. Trasande had proved that the DEHP or di-2-ethylhexyl, also found in plastic products, was linked to high blood pressure. The two phthalates under scrutiny are di-isononyl phthalate and di-isodecyl phthalate, DINP and DIDP. They were introduced in plastic product composition after Dr. Trasande managed to usher DEHP. Trasande’s team was looking at the effects of DINP and DIDP on teenagers and children. The results of the study from the New York University Medical Center are published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. Trasande declared:. To accomplish their goal, the team pooled 356 participants in the age group between 12 and 19 years old. The researchers analyzed urine samples, blood samples, blood pressure and blood glucose levels. Phthalate levels were measured, particularly DIDP and DINP and it was found that for the participants which presented the highest concentrations of DIDP and DINP insulin resistance was also high. By comparison, only one participant in four had high insulin resistance without exhibiting the high concentrations of DIDP and DINP. Alongside dietary guidelines and healthy exercising, environmental chemicals also play a role in the epidemic of diabetes or high blood pressure. Plastic phthalates are part of these environmental chemicals. The study conducted by Dr. Trasande and his team is intended to raise awareness and hopefully change the process through which the EPA and the FDA are contributing to the widespread usage of DIDP and DINP phthalates, mostly related to outdated... EPA’s regulatory framework has been set in place in 1976, without any amendments since. Trasande commented:. We can eliminate or reduce the health risk posed by phthalates DIDP and DINP by ceasing to heat food in plastic. Source: www.councilchronicle.com
So you’ve given birth for the first time. Before the contractions started you were pretty damn confident about the whole thing. After all, you’re a human adult person, it can’t be that hard. You’ve read the books. You’ve downloaded the apps. You’re a fully paid up NCT class member. Hell – you are READY for motherhood. What surprises could there be in store. Getting a baby in a vest is harder than completing a Rubik’s Cube (without taking the stickers off). Just how much poo is involved. Babies have freakishly sharp finger nails no matter how frequently you attempt to cut them. How rapidly the crow’s feet and wrinkles set in after baby arrives. Where’s the botox. Eight hours a night. It is in fact possible to survive on NO sleep. How quickly your once lovely house is turned into a mini messy crèche. How frequently you feel the need to consult Dr Google. How few clothes are conducive with breastfeeding. You really don’t mind your own kid’s bogies/sick/poo/wee. Spilling expressed breastmilk is like losing a winning lottery ticket. You love every INCH of your baby – even the tiny hairs on their ears and the veins on their little baby head. Just how many flipping muslins you need on a daily basis. As above but NAPPIES. Old ladies love to peer in your pram. How easy it is to fall asleep mid sentence in the middle of the night. It is also entirely possible to fall asleep standing up in the shower. Kids’ TV can make you feel like you’re hallucinating. You can be immensely proud of your child for just burping. Discussing poo colour/texture/consistency/regularity with your new mummy friends is a daily exercise. Three course meals are a thing of the past. In fact proper meals with proper cutlery are not possible. Sausage roll and mini babybel for lunch it is then. Bathtime can be a terrifying affair. Wet babies are slippery little suckers. Nursery rhymes are not only annoying but also fairly sinister. There isn’t enough concealer in the world to hide the night shift eye-bags. Source: metro.co.uk
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The daylong classes, designed for culinary students entering their senior years, are intended to give students a head start with advanced instruction on cutlery, smoked meats and seafood, vegetarian dishes, stocks and sauces, and baked goods. Monday's
Make your lunch hour a little happier (and a lot sturdier) by ditching the cheap plastic utensils and keeping a bowl, plate and set of silverware for one in your desk. It may require a And, you can cut into your food without breaking your cutlery
It's set back from Clinton, so you could miss it. Owner Kevin McCann says, "People are going to come I grabbed my Fine Plastic Cutlery and devoured the thing in about 3 minutes and 47 seconds. It's the best sandwich I've had out in years. All
@Kevarno Fuck if kev you dry lunch id also set your heating to 30c in the middle of your night and rearrange you cutlery drawer! 06/27/17, @WhatJosephSaid