Day: January 28, 2022

Serving Sizes of These Foods Are Way Smaller Than You Thought










Serving Sizes of These Foods Are Way Smaller Than You Thought
















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Serving Sizes of These Foods Are Way Smaller Than You Thought. As handy as serving sizes are, they’re often misleading and can easily be misread and misinterpreted. Here are 10 food servings sizes that are most often misunderstood, according to a group of 10 nutritionists. 1. A single serving of instant ramen is half the ramen ‘brick.’. 2. One serving of raw almonds is only 12 of them. 3. Some brands of “healthy” ice cream split their pint into multiple servings in order to advertise as “low-calorie.” . 4. Cooking sprays measure servings by the amount of “spray time” and are

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How will Americans eat in 2022? Food forecasters predict the trends

Last year at this time, optimistic trend forecasters predicted that the cork would burst from the bottle by summer. With vaccines in arms, food culture would vibrate in a robust economy. American menus would be full of innovation driven by waves of international travel, and a new generation of digital-native cooks would rewrite the rules.

Clearly, the prediction game can be a losing one. But so what if things didn’t turn out like everyone thought they would? Trying to forecast food trends is still fun and sometimes even accurate. (Kudos to those professional prognosticators who in recent years nailed the mainstream rise of quesabirria, soufflé pancakes, delivery-only restaurants and CBD. And a special citation for those who saw early on that those ripples of veganism would become a plant-based tsunami.)

So, how are things looking for 2022? Not great. The year is starting with a surge of a highly contagious

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Friday January 28, 2022