Good news! Some types of wild rockfish, as well as other seafood species have become plentiful enough that you can now put them on your plate guilt-free. For the full list of fish that have changed status, go to Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch. We’ve tweaked our Complete Seafood Buying Guide a little to include […]
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Purple snap peas caught my eye at the farmers market this week, so I brought them home and lightly sautéed them in olive oil, added a splash of reduced-sodium tamari just before removing from the skillet, then topped them with sprinkling of roasted sunflower seeds. Divine! Dr. Alan Kapuler, who developed these “Sugar Magnolia Snap […]
Struck with a food craving? Conventional wisdom suggests you should brush your teeth, take a walk or find another way to distract yourself until the craving passes. “Distraction can be effective, but not always and not for everyone. In fact, it can backfire for some people,” says Evan Forman, Ph.D., Associate Professor ion the department […]
Impress your family and guests this Memorial Day weekend by grilling a piece of salmon as gorgeous as Sidra’s (see photo). It’s easy—just follow these steps, ripped from the pages of The Pescetarian Plan. They work on any type of fish. Be sure to pick up a copy of the book for more tips, tricks, […]
By Isabelle Sanderson, New York City 5th grader When my mom and I first made the Sesame and Coconut Cookies on page 266 of The Pescetarian Plan we didn’t have the baking soda. We found out that if you substitute baking powder (triple the amount of baking soda needed) you get close to same results. […]
Sample recipes from The Pescetarian Plan at the Kentlands Whole Foods Market in Gaithersburg, MD this Sunday, May 18, from 3 pm to 4 pm. I’ll be manning the booth, giving out samples, (Kale Salad, Salmon Salad, and and Chocolate Cupcakes with Mint Glaze–gluten-free version) answering nutrition questions and signing books. Kentlands is reopening, so […]
Washingtonians listen up! Your news radio station–WTOP–is telling you to go pescetarian for better health. Click here for the terrific piece on The Pescetarian Plan by WTOP writer Rachel Nania.
What are the four diet books every thinking, motivated woman needs to read according to Oprah.com? The Pescetarian Plan, along with three other terrific books. Click here to read the review.
Pescetarians–and the pescetarian-curious–came to hear Janis and Sidra talk about The Pescetarian Plan at the P St. Whole Foods in DC last night (April 24, 2014). The crowd asked a lot of great questions, and seemed to love samples of recipes from the book: Kale Salad, Salmon Salad, and the gluten-free version of the Chocolate […]
Have Sirius radio? Then you can hear Janis being interviewed today at 12:30 Eastern time on The Health & Nutrition Show with host Samantha Heller, MS, RD.