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No more ‘Uncle Ben’s,’ now the rice brand is ‘Ben’s Original’

Mars, the company behind "Uncle Ben's," today revealed a new, slightly less racist brand name for the popular quick-cooking American rice. "Ben's Original." From AP: Mars had announced in the summer that the Uncle Ben's brand would "evolve." Since the ... ...

Ring in baking season with $200 off a KitchenAid stand mixer

09.23.2020 · Posted in Cooking Articles, Technology Articles

SAVE $200: The KitchenAid Professional 5 Plus Series Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer, which holds five quarts of dough or batter (enough for nine dozen cookies) is on sale at Best Buy for $299.99 as of September 23. That's 40% off its original price of $499.99... ...

Learn to make authentic pasta from scratch with a fun online class

09.22.2020 · Posted in Cooking Articles, Technology Articles

TL;DR: Hone your cooking skills with a Nonna Live: Cooking Pasta with Nonna & Family class for as low as $45, a 25% savings as of Sept. 22.  About three years ago, Chiara Nicolanti started an Airbnb Experiences page to share her grandmother... ...

Pope: *** says *** and food are A-OK

Enjoying *** and food is not a sin and church leaders who tell you that are "overzealous," says Pope Francis. From the New York Post: "Pleasure arrives directly from ***. It is neither Catholic nor Christian nor anything else; it is simply divine," he tells [author Carlo] Petrini in the book "TerraFutura: Conversations With Pope ...

Flour wins in this table listing foods by calories per dollar

If 2020 has you pinching pennies, this site listing foods by calories per dollar may be helpful. Engineer Michael Kirk says he was inspired to create the list after calculating cost per calorie of fast foods. He notes, "We think we know what food costs, but we have no idea what nutrition costs. We needed ...

Competing with both Perfect Day and Beyond Meat, Chile’s NotCo raises $85 million to expand to the US

NotCo, the Chilean food technology company making plant-based milk and meat replacements, has confirmed the close of a new $85 million round of funding to take the company’s products into the US market. The announcement confirms earlier reporting from TechCrunch that the company had raised new capital, but according to people with knowledge of the ...