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.. if you somehow think that life is handing you melons .. you might be dyslexic ..
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Search the USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference
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The puffiness that creates dark circles under your eyes is caused by fluid retention Green tea, a diuretic will reduce unwanted swelling
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no need for a special occasion for top Balsamic: Fresh ripe tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, fresh basil, EVOO, Balsamic drizzle, salt, pepper :)
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America's 10 Most Consumed Types Of
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Food's Biggest Scam: The Great Kobe Beef Lie
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Not all olive oils R the same Most stores treat it terribly so it is often oxidized Great olive oil should be fresh & extra virgin
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RT�.. Wish we had visual aids. Don't know what all these shapes are. <<
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Different soil types/regions are limited on what types of grains/products farmers can produce
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Food Safety Tip: Grocery shopping is an important piece of the Food Safety puzzle; check labels, packaging, dates, buy frozen last!
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I doctor jarred sauces & make my own...just depends on time, really I do keep the basics for both on hand
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During culinary school a chef taught us to throw a potato in soups if they are over salted. Always works!
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Foodie Follows May 3
You can freeze pesto in icecube trays to use for later
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