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Readers, Digest: Holiday pasta

Readers, Digest: Holiday pasta

Christina Saschin

December 8, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Though kale has become a popular ingredient in dishes, not everyone knows how to use the leafy green vegetable, which is full of vitamin K, vitamin A, potassium and calcium.I like to cook kale to shrink the leaves. By cooking it in coconut oil, kale also takes on a nutty flavor and becomes instantly ...

Readers, Digest: Quinoa kale salad

Readers, Digest: Quinoa kale salad

Christina Saschin

March 15, 2014


Filed under Features

Quinoa has become a popular seed and is a complete protein source, which means it contains all of the amino acids our body needs to build muscle and repair cells. Animal products, such as chicken and eggs, are complete sources of proteins, but beans and nuts are not. This quinoa salad is simple to make and can be taken on the go. This meal provides 8 grams of protein, 5 grams of fiber a...

Fish feces fuel sustainable food business

Fish feces fuel sustainable food business

Christine Lee

March 11, 2014


Filed under News

Two Chico State graduates are starting a sustainable food business using a combination of fish feces and age-old agricultural techniques. Zi Kuang and Kirill Obraztsov, two friends who graduated from Chico State with masters degrees in business administration, are using a production method called aquaponics to grow ve...

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