Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Why Halal Is A Big Deal to Millennials

Why Halal Is A Big Deal to Millennials, Country Archer Jerky Co. The True Bar Cayenne is a HIT!

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October 11,  2016

It's not just Muslims buying certified halal.

"Halal" is an Arabic word that means "permissible,” and it's typically used to describe what foods are acceptable to eat for MuslimsProperly prepared halal meats must come from animals that are healthy when they are slaughtered. The slaughter must take place in a specific manner that includes draining all of the animal's blood. Many people confuse Kosher with Halal as they are similar – but different. Halal is often used to describe Islamic dietary laws, but it can be used to refer to anything in the world permitted by Islam. Halal forbids all alcohol consumption, while Kosher allows the consumption of alcohols that are certified to be Kosher. Some seafood such as shellfish that has lived its entire life in the water is allowed in Halal, while shellfish is forbidden in Kosher. More...

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Phil's food reviews
Country Archer Jerky Co. The True Bar Cayenne is a HIT!
Now this is a protein bar! 20 grams of protein in just 140 calories and 2 grams of sugars. It does have a little too much sodium clocking in at 370 mg. Made from beef, pork, beef stock, brown sugar and spices. No artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. Watch my full review.
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Phil's Food Reviews for October 10th, 2016: This week Phil reviews a seriously protein packed snack bar, a refreshing tea, a cool new spin on apple sauce, pizza crust made from cauliflower, and some spicy bean and rice chips. Watch all reviews here.

Is Pasta Healthy?: October is National Pasta Month, and SupermarketGuru wants to address the healthfulness of pasta.

Pasta often gets a bad rap, and sometimes for good reason – today’s serving of pasta is about 6 to eight times larger than what the USDA and health professionals have determined to be an actual serving size, and some sauces are way too rich and creamy to be considered a health food. But what about the pasta itself? Yes the pasta on it’s own, tossed with some extra virgin olive oil, garlic and a ton of veggies, lean meat or seafood can actually be a very healthy part of a varied and balanced diet. 

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