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  1. 6 Tips for a Better Burger

    Burgers get a bum rap for being unhealthy, and healthier burgers have the reputation of being bland and dry. Here are 6 tips to make a healthy burger taste great. 1. Add flavor and moisture to lean burgers by incorporating other ingredients into the meat mixture, such as sauteed onions and bell pepp

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  2. Green Choices: Meat & Poultry Buyer's Guide

    Meat and poultry labels are confusing these days. What does "Natural" on that package of chicken breast mean? Why does "Certified Organic" cost so much? What’s a meat-eater to do? Our green guide to meat and poultry will help you make choices that are best for you. Grass-fed animals eat nothing but

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  3. Whole Grain Cooking Guide

    Trying to eat more whole grains? Keep trying! Grains provide a healthy boost of vitamins, minerals, fiber, antioxidants and phytonutrients. Grains are also rich in carbohydrates—the body’s main fuel supply—so we need a fair amount daily (despite what low-carb/no-carb gurus say). When it comes to inc

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  4. Cooking Oils Guide

    A well- stocked kitchen includes a variety of different oils chosen for characteristics like cost, smoke point, nutritional profile and culinary uses. Regardless of which cooking oil you select, be proud of choosing a liquid over a solid fat, such as shortening or butter. It’s a fairly safe bet that

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  5. Indian Spices Guide

    Spices form the backbone of Indian cooking. Although the spice techniques used by Indian cooks may seem intimidating at first glance, they provide tantalizing layers of flavors in a matter of seconds. Arm yourself with the following pointers, and you will be well prepared to cook the Indian way. Sho

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  6. Root Vegetable Buyer's Guide

    Root vegetables can be found pretty easily in large supermarkets and farmers’ markets. Roots keep best when stored in humid environments at near-freezing temperatures. Root vegetables will keep you nourished through the winter: they are nutritious carbohydrate choices because they’re rich in fiber a

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  7. Bean Cooking Guide

    Besides being delicious and accepting of just about any flavoring, virtually all types of beans are nutrient powerhouses—rich in protein, folic acid, magnesium and protective phytochemicals. (Choose darker-colored beans, and you’ll benefit even more; recent research confirms that black, red and brow

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  8. A Buyer's Guide to Milk

    With its balanced mix of carbs and protein and rich supply of calcium and other bone-strengthening nutrients, (cow’s) milk certainly does a body good. But with so many choices on grocers’ shelves, how do you know which one you should buy? EatingWell helps you cut through the confusion with this guid

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  9. Omelet Making Guide

    The fastest meal on the planet is a simple folded French-style omelet. Once you have mastered the technique, as long as you have a few eggs on hand you will be able to whip up a healthful, satisfying repast that’s perfect anytime. Here are the basics: Use 2 eggs to make an omelet for one serving, 4

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  10. Salad Greens Buyer's Guide

    Ever notice all the different greens that make up "mesclun"? Mesclun, roughly translated from the Provençal dialect, means "mixture." Many of the greens in mesclun mixes are available individually at the supermarket or at farmers’ markets or in your garden if you grow your own. This guide will help

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