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Unhealthy food is the best food

Unhealthy food is the best food

Megan Mann

April 14, 2015


Filed under Blogs, Opinion

Breaking news: Kraft Singles are no longer considered a children's health food. Well no duh, Sherlock Holmes, I could have told you that. But you know what, they sure do taste amazing.Just last week I had this discussion with my mom. Well, it was more like she lectured me on how bad for me American cheese ...

Fearful of new food adventures

Fearful of new food adventures

Megan Mann

March 3, 2015


Filed under Blogs, Opinion

I have come a long way from being the picky child I was when I was little. No joke, I used to only eat the beans out of chili and the meat out of stew. Despite still having a completely insane tendency to dislike food if it's been "tainted" or "contaminated" by other food on my plate, I'm rea...

Don’t diet for image

Don’t diet for image

Allison Galbreath

February 15, 2015


Filed under Blogs, Opinion

  It seems everyone either wants to be or is on some kind of diet, whether it be Atkins, South Beach or some self-created set of restrictions. All these have one thing in common: they promise results and happiness to those unsatisfied with their appearance and body. Having those stark, un...

Readers, Digest: Grilled corn salad

Readers, Digest: Grilled corn salad

Christina Saschin

April 12, 2014


Filed under Features

The evenings are getting warmer, which makes it possible to cook and eat outside. Most of these ingredients can be found at the farmers market and incorporated into this recipe. You can eat this salad as a main dish or as side dish with grilled chicken or meat patties. Black-eyed peas are high in fiber,...

Modern-day mealtime is changing

Modern-day mealtime is changing

Kevin Crittenden

March 9, 2014


Filed under Columns, Opinion

  Food is big business. With unfathomable profits to be gained, corporations closely study how and what we eat. Remember Go-Gurt? The tubed yogurt of middle school days is a prime example of a shift in how we eat. Increasingly, Americans eat on the go and, as we age into the rigmarole of ad...

Genetically modified food damages diet

Genetically modified food damages diet

Matt Murphy

March 3, 2014


Filed under Columns, Opinion

The average college student's diet may soon be forced to drastically change. The advent of genetically modified organisms and the health risks associated with them have led some consumers to reconsider how they shop at the grocery store. College students should follow their lead. A g...

‘Cat Bites: Tackling Super Bowl essentials

‘Cat Bites: Tackling Super Bowl essentials

Nicholas Woodard

February 1, 2014


Filed under Sports

The greatest Sunday in the sports world is nearly upon us. In a matter of days, people across Chico and the rest of the world will be screaming at TVs, laughing at commercials and stuffing down more food than they care to remember. That’s right — it's Super Bowl Sunday. In the midst of all of this hysteria, ho...

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