6 Old-Fashioned Ingredients That No One Uses Anymore 

Polenta is a type of Italian cornmeal and it can take the place of mashed potatoes or rice in many dishes. Golden praises it for being incredibly versatile.


According to the 2020-2025 dietary guidelines for Americans, only 15% of Americans are meeting their daily recommended amount of fruit.

Canned Peaches and Pineapple

This cheese provides protein, calcium, vitamins B12 and A, potassium, phosphorus, and selenium.

Cottage Cheese

Celeriac or celery root is a root vegetable with a lot of good-for-you properties. "It's also high in fiber which can help support heart and gut health. Celeriac makes a tasty addition to soups and stews

Celery root




Cinnamon is typically reserved for baking or holiday treats, but historically it was used to prevent food spoilage and even season savory dishes.


I love adding to baked fish or tofu for a delicate herbaceous note or whisking it into a mayonnaise-based creamy dressing with red wine vinegar drizzled over an apple fennel red onion salad with Little Leaf Farms' crispy lettuce.