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LeafThink of this as your foodie home away from home: A place where you can aggregate your foodie activites, network with other food lovers, share recipes, tips, reviews, updates, pictures, and so much more! You can browse the site anonymously, or join us to create a profile and integrate your Instagram and/or blog feed, or even create a food blog right here.

We launched on March 21, 2017 and we are growing each and every day!

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Baby food puree could be made even safer with new processing technique: high pressure thermal sterilization (HPTS)

High pressure thermal sterilization (HPTS) instead of conventional thermal processing canning showed a reduction of furan, a carcinogen resulting from heat treatment techniques.

Why wine and tea pair so well with a meal: It's all in the mouthfeel

steak dinner with wine

The astringent wine and fatty meat are like the yin and yang of the food world, sitting on opposite ends of a sensory spectrum. The findings offer a whole new definition of the balanced meal. They also offer a new way of thinking about our eating habits, both good and bad.

Coffee Grounds Perk Up Compost Pile With Nitrogen

Coffee grounds can be an excellent addition to a compost pile. The grounds are relatively rich in nitrogen, providing bacteria the energy they need to turn organic matter into compost. About 2 percent nitrogen by volume, used coffee grounds can be a safe substitute for nitrogen-rich manure in the compost pile.