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Farmers Market Pro Tips: Shopping Dos and Don'ts

Lindsey Howald Patton 33 comments

I asked farmers from across the country how they think we should all act when we sidle up to their booths on market day. What are the best questions to ask about how you raise your animals or treat your fields? Am I a total jerk if I try all of your samples and don't buy anything? Are you just pretending to like my dog? More

A Guide to Tofu Types and What to Do With Them

Kelly Bone 22 comments

High in protein, low in cost, and easy to work with, tofu has endeared itself to eaters across the globe. But with the dizzying array of tofu types out there, it's worth learning your soft silkens from your medium blocks. Here's a guide to identifying, shopping for, and preparing over a dozen different kinds of tofus. More

Extra Large, Cage-Free, and More: How to Shop for Eggs

Cathy Erway 16 comments

What makes a good egg? There are so many things to consider, especially when egg carton vocabulary seems to grow by the day. If you're in an egg-sistential quandary in the grocery aisle, here's a cheat sheet on how to decipher egg dozens. More

The Serious Eats Field Guide to Asian Greens

Ben Jay 38 comments

When you walk into the produce section of your local Asian supermarket, you'll probably be greeted by a dazzling but daunting display of unusual greens. They're all great, and easy to cook, but it helps to be armed with some knowledge to tell your shoots from your choys. More

Where to Buy Mexican Ingredients in Los Angeles

Javier Cabral 13 comments

Los Angeles has the highest population of Mexicans in the United States, with the eats to prove it. When you're done completely redefining your regional Mexican food palate by taco touring your way through this sprawling city, there may come a time when you will want to start experimenting with your very own carne asada and long-braised lamb barbacoas at home. When this time comes, you can rest assured that the hundreds of Mexican markets, corner stores, and even some major local supermarket chains will have your back. Here's where to go for the best tortillas, produce, meats, dairy, and more. More

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