Geoduck Clam aka Great, Big Weiner Clam

This week’s enormous salt-water clam looks like… well, watch and judge for yourself! The geoduck (pronounced “gooey duck”) is native to America’s Pacific Northwest and can weigh about three pounds. Find out what they taste like and why they can cost up to 0 a pound in this week’s episode of Why Would You Eat That. Subscribe for more strange foods: Watch More Why Would You Eat That?: On Why Would You Eat That? we scour the globe for the most bizarre foods and explain why anyone would be crazy enough to eat them. You’ll be shocked to see how one man’s trash can actually be another man’s delicacy. Don’t forget to subscribe to Tasted for a new episode of Why Would You Eat That? every Friday! Images we used: Cpt.Obvious um Watson Bellevue/Seatle 91.3fm lawdawg1 Story of a Forest Ranger Clamdiggers New Hampshire Sketches Kent Wang
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Do you know of a great juice recipe book?

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I am looking for a recipe book with great recipes and pictures as well as health tips. Do you happen to know one or several?

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Try “The Juicing Bible”
It has everything you will ever need to make the best juices.

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Cooking Up Great Health with Dr. Fuhrman

Learn how to cook, the Eat To Live way, making high nutrient eating taste great, with green smoothies, sorbets, high cruciferous soups and other super foods that super-charge your health. This is a 10-minute excerpt from Dr. Joel Fuhrman’s 80-minute presentation at the Healthy Lifestyle Expo 2007. To get a full length DVD of this talk, as well as talks of 11 other fascinating speakers, visit: and click on “Store.”

The Family Dinner: Great Ways to Connect with Your Kids, One Meal at a Time

The Family Dinner: Great Ways to Connect with Your Kids, One Meal at a Time

The producer of An Inconvenient Truth, Laurie David’s new mission is to help America’s overwhelmed families sit down to a Family Dinner, and she provides all the reasons, recipes and fun tools to do so.

Laurie David speaks from her own experience confronting the challenges of raising two teenage girls. Today’s parents have lots to deal with and technology is making their job harder than ever. Research has proven that everything we worry about as parents–from drugs to alcohol, promiscuity, to obesity, academic achievement and just good old nutrition–can all be improved by the simple act of eating and talking together around the table.

Laurie has written a practical, inspirational, fun (and, of course, green) guide to the most important hour in any parent’s day. Chock-full chapters include: Over seventy-five kid approved fantastic recipes; tips on teaching green values; conversation starters; games to play to help even the shyest family member become engaged; ways to express gratitude; the family dinner after divorce (hint: keep eating together) and much more. Filled with moving memories and advice from the country’s experts and teachers, this book will get everyone away from electronic screens and back to the dinner table.

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Be Healthy! It’s a Girl Thing: Food, Fitness, and Feeling Great

Be Healthy! It’s a Girl Thing: Food, Fitness, and Feeling Great

Mavis Jukes is here to help girls learn how to be healthy so they can stay healthy. In this newly updated edition, Jukes and co-author Lilian Cheung, D.Sc., R.D. target what girls need to know in order to achieve an active lifestyle and how to avoid the pitfalls of body image issues. Readers will find basic nutritional information; ideas for safe exercising; tips on how to eat right no matter where they are; and lots of other kid-specific information on food, fitness and feeling great.

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Great Black-backed Gull ( Handsome chap )

Great Black-backed Gull ( Handsome chap )
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The Great Black-backed Gull (Larus marinus) is a very large gull which breeds on the European and North American coasts and islands of the North Atlantic. It is fairly sedentary, but some Great Black-backed Gulls move farther south or inland to large lakes or reservoirs.
The Great Black-backed Gull was one of the many species originally described by Linnaeus in his 18th-century work, Systema Naturae, and it still bears its original name of Larus marinus.[1]
This is the largest gull, bigger than a Herring Gull. It is 71–79 cm (28–31 in) long with a 1.5–1.7 m (5–5.7 ft) wingspan and a body weight of 1.3–2 kg (2.9–4.4 lb), though large males regularly exceed this weight.[2] It is bulky, and has a powerful bill. The adults have black wings and back, with conspicuous white "mirrors" at the wing tips. The legs are pinkish, and the bill yellow with a red spot.
Young birds have scaly black-brown upperparts, and a neat wing pattern. They take at least four years to reach maturity, development in this species being somewhat slower than that of other large gulls. The call is a deep "laughing" cry.

Great Black-backed Gulls are opportunistic and get most of their food from scavenging (refuse at times comprising more than half of their diet) and capturing fish. However, unlike most Larus gulls, they are highly predatory and frequently hunt and kill any prey smaller than themselves, behaving more like a raptor than a typical larid gull. They frequently rob other seabirds of their catch and have been known to follow feeding Humpback Whales, Porbeagles and Northern Bluefin Tuna to catch fish driven to the surface by the larger animals.[3] Great Black-backed Gulls are major predators at the nesting colonies of smaller seabirds, killing and eating eggs, chicks and adult birds. Atlantic Puffins, Common Murres, Herring Gulls, Common Terns, Roseate Terns, Manx Shearwaters, Horned Grebes and Laughing Gulls are regularly culled by the Great Black-backs. They generally target chicks since they are easily found, handled, and swallowed. They can swallow puffins, terns[4] or small ducks whole.
This species breeds singly or in small colonies, making a lined nest on the ground often on top of a rocky stack. A female lays one to three eggs. Young Great Black-backed Gulls leave the nest area at 50 days of age and may remain with their parents for months afterwards, though most fledglings choose to congregate with other immature gulls in the search for food.[3] Chicks and eggs are preyed on by crows, cats, other gulls, storks, raccoons and rats. The Bald Eagle and White-tailed Eagle are the only birds that take healthy, fully grown Great Black-backed Gulls. Killer whales and sharks also prey upon adult birds.

Cooking Without Measuring: Taste and Approximate Yourself to a Great Dish

Cooking Without Measuring: Taste and Approximate Yourself to a Great Dish

Kiss your cookbooks goodbye and turn your kitchen-time into fun-time that’s all about creating great flavors without the fuss! Cooking Without Measuring teaches you to rely on your own taste and experience to cook creative, delicious meals without being bound to cookbooks and measuring spoons. Packed with sensible, practical tips, coaching advice and “non-recipes,” Cooking Without Measuring is like your personal cheerleader in the kitchen, giving you the confidence to taste and approximate yourself to a great dish – without measuring.
Book includes:
Comprehensive no-measure guide, tips and advice
25 Non-Recipes, with many variations and ideas to change things up
An Eyeball Proportion Chart
Additional No-Measure Resources including books, websites and blogs
and much more!


The Kaizen Method to Living a Healthy Lifestyle: Easy Steps to Better Eating and Exercise Habits to Help You Lose Weight and Feel Great

Proven in Japanese management for decades, “kaizen” can be used to turn your health challenges into joy and energy-filled success. Dietitian and Life Coach Barbara Bingham shares the science and the savvy to guide you through a small-step approach which always works when you wish to exchange an unhealthy habit for a healthy one. You can create an entirely healthy, energy and joy-filled lifestyle, one step at a time, no matter what your current physical condition, attitude or age. This is the program approach used, along with Dr. Harvey Mishner, at the popular Kaizen Total Wellness Center in Sarasota, Florida. You won’t find any deprivation diets, gimmicks or task-mastering in this book; you will discover how to use a notebook, specific tips and tools to master a healthy lifestyle, and maintain it effortlessly.

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Do you need great diet and health tips and good exercise techniques?

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if you need great diet tips and good exercise techniques follow me on twitter ill respond back if you need personal help. I am trying to make the world healthier since I used to be overweight and now I am living happy being healthy and I want other people to feel the same way I do.

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