Autumn brings with it deer hunting season, and if you’re a hunter, there’s a lot to keep in mind about staying safe both in the field and when you return home with your spoils. As hunting season begins, here’s what you need to know about cleaning your kill, safely storing the meat for consumption and more.
Is it safe to eat moldy food? A dietitian explains what happens if you eat mold accidentally, and what you should (and shouldn’t) do if your food goes bad.
Washing raw chicken may seem like the right idea but a Cleveland Clinic expert explains why it’s actually something to avoid.
Egg labeling isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. There are so many different terms, and they’re not well-defined. Discover what each egg label means so you can make informed decisions at the grocery store.
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