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Milk:  The Udder Truth

Milk is a highly processed food. Learn about the different milk choices and which type of milk is best for you.

Fresh vs. Frozen Foods

While frozen TV dinners may not do much to whet your appetite, frozen whole foods just might be the ticket to enjoying off-season favorites.

Making Homemade Salad Dressing

Making homemade salad dressing is easy and can be done with ingredients you already have on hand. Don't douse your fresh produce with stuff from a bottle, make it yourself in a flash!

Grass-Fed Beef

Making the switch from conventional beef to grass-fed beef means you'll be paying more for your meat. Here's why you should do it today.

Top Ten Ingredients

The more you cook the more you begin to rely on certain basic ingredients. Olive oil, butter, salt are a few examples. Chef Susan shares her favorite brand names for 10 frequently used ingredients.

Butter is Better

Butter versus margarine: a good example of why making healthy food choices can be confusing and why the mantra "stay as close to Mother Nature as possible" always serves you well.