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B&K Korner

Confessions, Regrets, and Promises: Why Fake Food is Just not Worth Eating

by Brad
fake food just isn't worth eating because it's always followed by regret

I have a confession to make. It’s a hard one to admit, but yes, sometimes I eat unhealthy things I know I shouldn’t. It’s not often, but it happens. And here’s the kicker…I regret it every time.

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Doubting My Way through Dogma in Search of the One True Way to Eat Healthy

by Brad
thinking my way to the right way to eat

The most intelligently designed academic study can only tell us what’s right for the people in that study, or the average person, and I’ve yet to meet the average person.

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Juicer vs Blender – Which One Should You Buy?

by Brad
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So many times I’ve been asked this question. Which is healthier – smoothies or juices? Quality juicers and blenders are expensive so the juicer vs blender question almost always comes in the same breath. If a person has to choose, which one should they buy?

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Eating Healthy on a Budget Just Got a lot Easier – New Discount Club Featuring Your Favorite Brands and Bloggers

by Kelli & Brad

If you think eating healthy is expensive then we have some exciting news for you. We’re really excited to tell you about this because we commonly hear from our readers that it can be difficult to make healthier foods work in tight budgets.

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What is the Best Juicer to Buy? The Omega 8006 Juicer

by Brad
what is the best juicer to buy? the omega 8006 juicer

If you’ve got a couple grand laying around and want to open a juice stand, you can buy a juicer with a thousand pounds of hydraulic pressure to extract every possible drop of juice from a plant. For those of us happy to spend a more reasonable amount, the Omega 8006 Juicer answers the ‘what is the best juicer to buy’ question.

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Catching Up With Kelli

by Kelli

Ok, so you may have noticed I’ve been a bit absent for a while. I’m easily overwhelmed these days, so the idea of writing this post to catch you up feels daunting. But I decided I’d like to let you in on what’s been going on with me and keeping me so occupied that I just haven’t had much time for my baby (Fooduciary).

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Ponderings Inspired by My Diabetic Friend

by Brad
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What has to happen to make healthier eating easier and more accessible to the average person? What would it take to get those options into people’s hands as quickly and affordably? Is it possible to make changes significant enough that healthy food becomes the norm?

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Vital Choice is on Sale!

by Brad
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Ok, this is going to be the most direct product recommendation we’ve ever done, but we were excited enough about this sale for our own selfish reasons that we figured we had to share it. It’s the first time we’ve seen a site wide sale like this. If you’ve been with us for a while, […]

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A Few Things Have Changed

by Brad
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Earlier this week my email forwarding dad sent out one titled “Old ads that wouldn’t be allowed today.” I had to look. And I have to admit, a couple made me chuckle. Since this is a blog about food and health, I thought I’d pass along the ones along that theme plus a few others I found. You could say a few things have changed since these were put out.

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Confused For, and By, Vegans Once Again

by Brad

It happened again last week. We’re at an event where food’s involved. We try to be really mellow about without saying a word as we load our plates with plant-based food and skip the meats and creams. Almost inevitably comes the question from someone watching us, “Are you guys vegan?” We object to the mistreatment of animals on their path to our plates. But sadly the vegan label doesn’t reflect our deep concern about how food affects a person’s health.

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Blendtec vs Vitamix – The Choice is Obvious

by Brad
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Kelli and I love spending time in the kitchen exploring new recipes and inventing concoctions of our own. Hands down the tool that we use the most is our Blendtec blender. Anybody who knows us well knows that we have a virtual umbilical cord connecting us to the thing. So we get asked about it a lot, and particularly in regard to which is better when it comes to the Blendtec vs Vitamix debate, the two best blenders for smoothies and food processing.

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Houston, the Eagles Have Landed…in Austin

by Brad
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We’ve decided to unpack our bags and put away our suitcases…for now.  We’re in Austin, Texas, and people are starting to ask why we slowed the travel and how we chose Austin. From what we’ve seen of the world, there may be very few places around the globe that are as friendly to the clean […]

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Happy 4th…Back in the US of A

by Brad
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One thing that is amazing to us as we settle back in here in the States is our unlimited ability to choose…especially when it comes to food. In America we have created some of the worst food known to man, and we’ve spread that garbage to other cultures as well. However, in America, when you want it and look for it, you can find the absolute best (meaning healthy) food options in the world.

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