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Five one pan dinners

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Union St. Farmers Market moves West in June

By Mike Sanford. GLOB Editor

060220MarketLOGOAfter 25 years of being Gainesville's Union St. Farmers Market is moving West. West on Archer Rd. to the Celebration Pointe Shopping area that has more accessible parking and easier shopping access.

"The farmers and vendors are excited," said Market Manager and N. Florida beekeeper Charlie Lybrand. "It was time for a change and this area lends itself to a more friendly shopping experience with easy access for the customers and the vendors," Charlie said with a gleam in his eye.

"It was time for a change, the farmers have been struggling with parking problems and customer access for a long time," Charlie said it will be nice to have everyone in one place for the customers and the vendors. 

Adding tough yoga poses to workout

Acquiring the mobility, strength and flexibility necessary to perform challenging yoga poses comes with consistent practice, awareness and patience. But if one of these five poses is on your yoga bucket list, here's how to approach — and master — it. It's important to remember that the yogis performing them were beginners once too. They weren't flipping up into handstands on day 1.

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Five one pan dinners

When it comes to actually cooking a meal at home, busy schedules make it seem like there's not enough time in the day. And then there's the clean-up and dishes that need to be washed. Sometimes, when you take all of this into consideration, it feels like it's worth the extra expense of ordering out or grabbing something already prepared.  A July 2014 study published in Public Health Nutrition found that eating out at fast-food and full-service restaurants is associated with taking in more calories and poorer diet choices.

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About the farm-box boom

When Blessing Schuman-Strange was laid off from his job as the executive chef of Nitehawk Cinema, a dine-in theater in Brooklyn, he worried about how he and those around him were going to eat. So Schuman-Strange sent an email to a few friends asking whether they would be interested in splitting a big order from a sustainable farm collective he knew of in Upstate New York, Veritas Farms.

"I thought it would be five or six of us getting a case of kale," recalls Schuman-Strange. But word spread quickly, and for the last month, he's been coordinating weekly deliveries of produce, eggs, dairy, and meat for more than 20 households.

As reported on the SERIOUS EATS website - READ MORE

The differences in eight kinds of milk

Stand in front of a dairy case these days and you may feel a little overwhelmed by the options. From whole-fat cow's milk to hemp milk and kefir, which is best? "Nutritionally and functionally, these milk products are very different," says Bonnie Y. Modugno, a registered dietitian and nutritionist in Los Angeles. Here's what you need to know about several popular milks.

As reported on the MOTHER NATURE NETWORK website - DRINK MORE

S. Lee's Battlefield of American History

It's a funny thing, Zooming with Spike Lee. He's remote, confined within a box within a box on your computer screen, and yet somehow undiminished. Maybe it's the look — the ball cap and the glasses — or maybe it's the way he looks at you. Now, in the middle of a global calamity, and with a new film, Da 5 Bloods, that revisits the Vietnam War, he is its witness once again — older, more contemplative and as insatiable as ever, despite a legacy as solid as exists in American cinema.

As reported on the NEW YORK TIMES website - LEARN MORE

The non-essential rest. worker's life

We started to grasp the severity of the COVID-19 situation about halfway through a Thursday night shift. It was March 12, and I was on the takeout register at the Los Angeles Vietnamese restaurant where I've worked for the past two years. Our busser had been coughing heavily for about a month, and now he was visibly sweating. "I think I have to go home," he said. At that point, I was naive enough to think he could get tested and treated. He nodded and left.

News came to us in fragments. One table mentioned the NBA had just ended its season; another was frantic about the European travel ban. I began making a list of food and non-perishables to get from the grocery store. We laughed at my scattered list and our utter confusion, still unsure where this all was going.

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