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  1. 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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  2. Essential Grill Guide

    Here is a no-frills, essential quick-cooking guide to help you grill meat, poultry, seafood or even tofu. Pick one of these lean, quick-cooking proteins and follow the marinating times, cooking times and temperatures for perfect results every time you grill. Keep this guide on the refrigerator to en

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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. Guide to Cooking 20 Vegetables

    If you want more fiber, nutrients and antioxidants in your diet—eat more vegetables! We know it’s tough to expand your vegetable vocabulary when you don’t know how to cook unfamiliar varieties, so we’ve compiled this cooking guide for 20 of our favorite vegetables. Here are some grocery shopping tip

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  7. Soyfoods Guide

    Long popular in the East, soyfoods have only recently found a home in Western kitchens. Yet beyond tofu, many people are still at a loss about what to do with the versatile bean. Soy foods are chock full of nutrients, are a great source of plant-based protein and unlike many other high protein foods

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  8. 9 Healthy Facts About Cucumbers

    The Cucumber Family Cucumbers belong to the plant family Cucurbitaceae, which includes melons, squash, and pumpkins. Cucumber Varieties Cucumbers come in many sizes, shapes, textures, and colors, including white, yellow, and even orange. Slicing vs. Pickling Cukes Two common kinds of cucumbers grown

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  9. Alcohol Substitution Guide

    Sometimes alcohol is called for in recipes to enhance the overall flavor of a dish. If you prefer to cook without alcohol, it can be omitted from a recipe or replaced with a nonalcoholic alternative. Keep in mind that the overall flavor of the dish will not be exactly the same, but the substitutions

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  10. Olive Oil Buyer's Guide

    Extra-virgin and virgin olive oil’s healthful properties come from rich levels of monounsaturated fat, which promote "good" cholesterol, as well as abundant polyphenols, powerful antioxidants that may help prevent cardiovascular disease and lower blood pressure. But when confronted with dozens of ol

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