Whole Foods Owns Up to Overcharging Customers, Says They’ll Give You Free Food

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Photo via Flickr/David Shankbone

Last week, we told you guys that Whole Foods had been caught overcharging customers for prepackaged foods (think: nuts, berries, fruit, seafood) in their New York stores. And now, our friends over at BizPhilly have alerted us that co-CEOs Walter Robb and John Mackey have issued a video apology, ’fessing up to overcharging customers, though they say it was unintentional.

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12 Healthy (and Delicious!) Dip Recipes to Try This Summer

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It’s summer, guys. Which means cookouts, family reunions, Fourth of July parties, and barbecues galore. (Yay!) Whether you’re just hanging out by the lake with friends, having a drink with coworkers after a long day, or catching up with family from out of town, there are two things I can guarantee about any summertime celebration: one, there will be chips, and two, there will be salsa.

But this year, try mixing it up a little with some of these healthier dip recipes, loaded with summery flavors like pineapple, basil, crab, mango, cucumber, and more.

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The Checkup: The Truth About Drinking After You Work Out

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• Lately it seems to me like every organized run ends with beer. I don’t know about you, but it got me wondering whether drinking post-sweat session is good for you. These experts weighed in, and there’s good and bad news: Light drinkers can rest easy, because one victory drink won’t hurt you. But you’re going to want to watch it after that — three or more drinks downed post-workout can get you into trouble. [SELF] Read more »

Make: Creamy Zucchini and Basil Soup

Photo by Becca Boyd

Photo by Becca Boyd

You might see this title and say to yourself, “Soup … in July?” But the amazing thing about cooking with seasonal produce is that the temperature doesn’t really matter. Whether you eat this soup hot or at room temperature, it’s simply bursting with the fresh, summery flavors of tender zucchini and fragrant basil. The lime juice lends a bit of interest and zip (not to mention lessens the need for salt), and as I poured myself a second bowl I secretly hoped my kids would turn up their little noses at the green color so I could save it all for my weekday lunches.

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PHL Distance Walkers Has a Sweet New Website

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A few weeks ago, we told you about the awesome new Facebook community that is the PHL Distance Walkers, which aims to connect all Philadelphians who enjoy long walks, whether that means three miles or thirteen (now that’s a long walk). Since then, the group has amassed over 370 members on Facebook. Woohoo!  

Motivated by the group’s initial success, founder J Nathan Bazzel just launched a PHL Distance Walkers website to keep the momentum going. The site will eventually include a blog, tips for distance walking, suggested walking routes, and a full calendar of organized events. So useful, right? And when we checked out the website, we realized, the PHL Distance Walkers have some awesome events coming up. Check them out below. Read more »

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