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The chomp: Food to eat when you’re sick

Flu shots are here, there is a nip of autumn crispness in the air, and a nasty cold is going around campus. Some people are calling it the “UF plague.” As someone who recently experienced the “UF plague,” or at least some awful germ that made me want to curl up in bed and never get up, I can definitely say that being sick in college is absolutely no fun.


The chomp: Designer Greens review

When I first came to Gainesville, I struggled to find a place with affordable delicious salads. Croutons is convenient, but I always walk away hungry. I tried Subway salads, but the extent of their mix-ins only spanned the vegetables used to top their sandwiches – boring.  


The chomp: 3 quick egg recipes

It’s egg-making time! One of the most common college staple foods is the egg. I've already eaten more than a dozen eggs this semester, and I will probably buy more tomorrow. Eggs are inexpensive and delicious sources of protein. It just makes sense!


The chomp: Brunch basics

In the sweet time of day just before noon, when the weekend feels long and languid but you still have the warm optimistic feeling of having plenty of time to accomplish everything on your to-do list, brunch is full of possibilities.

Velveeta macaroni and cheese boxes line Publix shelves on Archer Road Monday afternoon.Internet users dubbed a current shortage of Velveeta cheese products a #cheesepocalypse. 

The chomp: College cooking tips

We’re often bombarded with a ton of food options as the school year begins. This is especially true for first-year students who are amazed at how much food is available in the dining halls. However, soon the barrage of free pizza at welcome events is going to slow, leaving students, especially those without a meal plan, wondering, “Where do I go from here?”

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