We could all take a leaf out of grandma’s cookbook from time to time. Whether it’s on avoiding food waste, whipping up exceptional loaves of bread and cakes, or feeding a crowd, she likely has some stellar cooking advice. Here we round up some classic tips that prove grandma always knows best.



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Sure, they might seem a little old fashioned but these little dishes help ensure your butter is always spreadable.

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Your pots and pans may be busier this year, but with Thanksgiving and the holidays right around the corner, it’s not time to put them away just yet. With recalls and outbreaks affecting some grocery store foods recently, the FDA has released food safety tips to help reduce your risk of developing a foodborne illness.

While you can never be too safe right now, these six tips are things to remember all year round! (And be sure to check out the 21 Best Healthy Cooking Hacks of All Time before you turn the oven on again!)

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The FDA

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Food delivery bags outside door.
Food delivery bags outside door.

I’ve mentioned on my YouTube channel that I feel best when I am mostly eating whole foods like fruits and vegetables, while avoiding grains, starches, legumes/beans and processed foods. I am not impeccable in my eating. There are times I have been — eating squeaky clean and carefully monitoring exactly what and how much of what ingredient went in my system. That is how I know what seems to work best for my system — which things make me feel worse and what I can indulge in.

I understand that even talking about these options

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