For most people, the end of August now means only one thing: pumpkin spice latte season has officially arrived, and we want all the pumpkin spice products. Sure, most of the United States might still be experiencing regular temperatures in the 80s for weeks to come, but that isn’t about to stop true fans from walking into their nearest Starbucks and ordering a delicious pumpkin spice latte. Sweet, spiced, and made with just enough pumpkin taste, it’s really not hard to see why these lattes are a fall favorite. The only problem? The price adds up quickly (especially
Imagine a meal prep that wasn’t followed by any cooking. That’s what a raw vegan diet looks like. A raw vegan meal is void of much more than just animal products. It also gives up the heating process. To eat like a raw vegan, one must eat foods uncooked or exclusively heated below 118°F.
Sound kind of archaic? Maybe. But there’s reasoning behind consuming foods in their purest form. “Eating things in the raw state helps to protect the nutrient contents,” says Debbie Petitpain, MS, RDN, a media spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. When some foods are
Lutein is a type of carotenoid that has antioxidant properties and can provide various health benefits.
The most researched benefit of lutein is related to eye health, but it has also been linked to heart health, improved cognitive function, and reduced risk of certain types of cancer.
This article explores everything you need to know about lutein, including food sources of it, supplements, health benefits, and potential risks.
Lutein is a xanthophyll, or an oxygen-containing carotenoid. Carotenoids are responsible for the naturally occurring yellow, orange, and red pigments found in foods. They are considered an essential nutrient — since our
Is there anything vegetarian cooking can’t do? Whether it’s sweet and spicy tofu larb, an aromatic toor dal with whole boiled peanuts or the beautiful simplicity of a pile of roasted brussels sprouts, vegetarian cooking offers seemingly endless combinations of flavor profiles and textures — enough to satisfy any type of eater. The Veggie, a new newsletter from Tejal Rao, celebrates the vast and diverse world of vegetarian cooking, highlighting recipes from our archives every week. (If you haven’t signed up already, you can do so here.) Here are 11 vegetarian recipes that New York Times Cooking readers love.
After a year of coronavirus shutdowns and online learning, many college students across the country are preparing to move into dorm rooms this fall. Before they can move in, though, students must first gather all the things they’ll need to make their dorm both homey and practical, from general bath and kitchen supplies to decor and style solutions. For some students, cooking appliances are also top of mind: While most college dormitories have a shared kitchen space — either in the building or on the general campus — these small appliances allow students to cook meals from the comfort of