Switching to plant-based lifestyle with Chickpea and Bean
Switching to a plant-based lifestyle can have many healthy benefits.
Marc Remeriez, a blogger with Chickpea and Bean, and Oliver Bosnjakovski, who lost 90+ lbs. after making the lifestyle change, joined us on The Nine to tell us more.
You can hear from them in the video player above, and get Chickpea and Bean's tips for building your own bown online here .Read the full story
Regenerative Bread Camp June 23-24
Bread can make or break a good meal.
Greg Wade, Publican Quality Bread's Head Baker, is leading a workshop June 23-24 to share his knowledge of grains and baking. He joined us in the Fox 2 Cooking School ahead of the workshop to give us a little preview. You can hear from him in the video player above, and get a sourdough recipe from him below. .
For the levain: measure ingredients by weight into a bowl. Use lukewarm water, about 80 degrees. Mix by hand until fully incorporated. Let this mixture sit in an airtight container for 3 hours at room temperature (72 degrees). Use a container larger than the batter, it will double in size during fermentation.Read the full story
Tips for getting ticks off your pets this summer
This week on Jill of All Trades, Jill Washburn shows us safe and simple tricks for removing ticks from your pets or yourself.
While many people's "go-to" is a pair of tweezers, Jill says that's not really the best bet. If a tick is carrying disease, squeezing it with tweezers can force some of that into you or your pet. Ideally, you want to remove the tick without squeezing it.
Enter the Tick Key. This great little tool is available at pet stores and on-line, and Jill swears by it. It easily grabs the tick and removes the whole thing quickly. Plus, it hangs onto the tick, once it's removed!Read the full story
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