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Yes, they do go bad.
Don't be fooled by the spiky green exterior of this popular meat substitute.
Here's what a nutritionist has to say about "nooch."
Little green trees will not be underestimated.
It affects the taste—and your digestion.
It's almost un-BEE-lievable.
It's so much more than your grandma's go-to.
It's about to become a staple.
Unless you like your toast with a side of bacteria.
Consider adding these to your meal-prep rotation.
Copy the recipe to give your immune system a boost.
It could be *weeks* until things are back to normal.
So don't toss out your jack-o'-lantern quite yet.
How does an item make its way from your local cafe to Starbucks' menu?
You can now get the super green in supplements, snacks, and even skin care.
From asparagus and mushrooms to spinach and potatoes.
Egg Shop co-owner Sarah Schneider shares the recipe to their popular anti-inflammatory elixir.
The battle for your mermaid bowl is on.
With whole aisles filled with kale, spinach, and other nutritious leaves, it can be hard to keep them all straight. Consider this your definitive cheat sheet for going green.