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When I agreed to spend a summer caretaking a ranch in Colorado, I never thought to ask about the kitchen. I knew that my family (my partner, Kellie, and our 6-month-old and 2-year-old sons) would be living in a cabin on an 800-acre ranch nestled in the Rocky Mountains, but for some reason, as I packed a box of favorite pans and dishes, I had pictured a full-sized stove, an ample table, and a countertop.

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The food storage aisle of your grocery store can be a mystifying place. All the papers and foils and wraps! Do you want natural or dyed parchment paper? Do you really need heavy-duty aluminum foil? And don’t even get us started on the bags! There are bags of every size imaginable, ones with single zipper tops, double zipper tops, and the ones with the sliding zippers! There are bags for regular storage and others intended specifically for freezer storage. How do you decide?

We can’t help you if you’re set on those fold-top sandwich bags, but we can explain the difference between freezer bags and regular zip-top bags.

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Yogurt-covered pretzels are one of my children’s favorite snacks, and why wouldn’t they be? They are sweet and salty with just a tiny bit of tanginess from the yogurt. I recently discovered yogurt powder as a new favorite pantry staple, and it inspired me to riff on the classic candy bark with yogurt and pretzels. Now we have a new go-to after-school snack that only takes 15 minutes and four ingredients to make.

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From Apartment Therapy → 10 Things to Get Done Before Labor Day

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Right about now you’re probably swimming in fresh heirloom tomatoes from the farmers market. First you’ll simply slice them up and enjoy them as is, of course, but after you’ve eaten your hundredth caprese salad, this soup will be here for you.

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When I moved to Seattle more than a decade ago, a tiny part of me was worried. I’d heard of the rain, of course — never mind that the stats told me Seattle gets less rain than New York, Boston, or Washington, DC. What really concerned me was the chill. Seattleites have a reputation as sometimes cold, unfriendly folk. But from the moment we touched down, we’ve felt the opposite.

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Adding intensity to an overstressed athlete is a recipe for burnout and injury, so be sure to find a balance.

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Choices today are: Kettlebell snatch (from floor), dumbbell power snatch, kettlebell clean + press/ push press.

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You can avoid your aversion to long, slow, boring cardio by mixing it into your lifting.

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It simply promotes the consumption of natural foods: nuts, seeds, legumes, fish, olive oil, fruits, veggies, and whole grains but it can get expensive.

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