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March as Nutrition Month is?here and it is time for some fun?ideas for back to basics and we?interpret that to be fruits and?veggies. We will be emailing?you the comments we receive?from our subscribers. Here is one we made up for you?with tropical fruits: Tropical fruits are in season?now and...
 
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Foods that require more chewing?typically provide more satiety per?calorie than more processed?foods. 2 very easy ways to promote?calorie control include: 1) Choose foods that are high in?fiber and low in calories that?require more chewing. This?means more salads, cooked?whole grains, fresh fruits,?cooked beans, baked potatoes?- in other words, whole?foods that...
 
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Collard Green Saute 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 tablespoon minced garlic 1 cup sliced sweet onions 1/2 bell pepper sliced thin 6 cups collard greens, chopped Black pepper to taste Saute the olive oil, garlic and onions?and allow the onions to brown?slightly. Add the pepper and collard?greens and saute briefly. Add a cup?of water. Cover ... Recipes – Collards, Ham Baked Chicken, Seafood Pasta
 
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Collard greens and cabbage are two of the best bargains in the grocery store for both nutrition and cost. Ounce for ounce they are both nutritional powerhouses. They are high in nutrients and phytochemicals, plant chemicals that may be beneficial to your health. But they are also low in...
 
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Chances are, even in this tight economy, you are wasting food dollars. What you do every day can be comfortable. But it might not be as budget-minded as possible. Here are 20 ways to cut food cost that works for every kitchen. 1. Stock your kitchen with easy meals...