A new report from the Environmental Working Group finds the leafy green kale contains more pesticide residue than most other kinds of produce. See a list of produce items that are most contaminated by pesticides. And a list of the least contaminated.
Children view influencers as more trustworthy than traditional celebrities, probably because they seem more familiar, research says. But when it comes to the power to influence young people to eat healthily, the effect is not the same.
Ninety percent Americans don’t meet their daily recommended amount of vegetables, so why not get ahead of the curve first thing in the morning?
If you’re trying to be healthier this summer, there are simple swaps to lighten up the go-to grilling dishes.
It’s not easy to instill a love of vegetables in your children. One study has found a way that might help but it’s best to get started early.
Summer is not the time for heavy meals of meat and potatoes. These light and fresh pasta recipes are perfect for picnics, weeknight afternoons and even dinner parties.
Here are a few ways you can use up tomatoes while they’re still at their peak.
Who said salads have to be boring — or even made of vegetables? These recipes turn summer’s best produce into unique and tasty meals.
Tomatoes aren’t just for August. Local farmers are selling “out-of-season” produce at D.C.’s farmers markets. Here’s the dirt on the growing trend.
A salad doesn’t have to be a bowl of cold and common vegetables. Put the iceberg aside and try these warm salads this winter.
Philip Haas sees vegetables differently than most. And you can view his interpretation on display at a local museum this winter. (Photos)
First lady Michelle Obama was joined by school children from across the country on Monday, June 6, to harvest the White House Kitchen Garden.
Local farmers are bringing more obscure products to the city’s streets. Some sting, some stink, but one thing’s for sure: They’re all tasty. Here’s what you should try the next time you visit the farmers market.
According to a book released this week, gardeners may wind up saving more money by purchasing commonly grown produce from the grocery store instead of planting them at home.
From the easiest way to keep asparagus fresh to where to store tomatoes for their best shelf life, these tips will help keep you from tossing out produce.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.