Amid the fear and confusion around abortion options across the country, some on social media have suggested taking herbs. But experts urge caution.
Here’s what the evidence says about what works (and what doesn’t).
Samin Nosrat will say it: Every year, the meal is a lot of the same. Here are five ways she adds brightness, crunch, freshness and flavor.
Dust off your bottle. It’s a complete pour all its own.
You and plants, together during a fearsomely uncertain time.
While people deliberately breed plants, a team of researchers say humans have inadvertently prompted this one to develop camouflage.
Laura Kim shares a recipe for an updated version of a dish her mother used to make to entice her to eat vegetables.
Think of the rewards of cultivating the tastes of summer all through the winter. You can do this.
In our own era of mysterious diseases, the supposition that some plants might cure the human organs they most resemble is surfacing once more.
For these uncertain times, a step-by-step guide to growing brew-friendly plants at home, and using them to make infusions that soothe and restore.
Long thought to have medicinal benefits, fungi including reishi, lion’s mane and chaga are gaining popularity in the wellness world.
The 14 varieties identified include common ones, such as hibiscus, morning glory and lavender. Still, experts warned recipients not to plant them.
The herbalist Jade Marks shares three simple recipes for calming, restorative drinks.
A step-by-step guide to growing edible plants in the smallest of urban outdoor spaces.
The chef shares his recipe for a hearty broth-based dish, inspired by the version his grandmother used to make.