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A good chef stars with good cookware.
A good chef stars with good cookware.

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This article explains how you can eat a low-carb diet, even if you are a vegetarian or vegan. Many delicious plant foods are low in carbohydrates.
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This tater tot hotdish recipe is perfect for fall and winter weeknight meals!
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If you love mussels, try adding lemongrass, lime and coconut milk to give this mussels dish a Thai twist. They're a quick treat, too, and will be on the table in just 15 minutes. Perfect!
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Almost every vegan has a tofu scramble recipe in their repertoire. This simple recipe gives you a delicious base to build on and make your own!
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'Because, no, I don't want a candy bar in disguise.'
Mallory Creveling
Mallory Creveling
womenshealthmag.com
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Eating a high protein diet can help people to lose fat and build muscle. By reducing intake of other types of food, such as carbohydrates and fats, it is possible to experience a range of health benefits that can include feeling fuller after eating. Many sources of protein provide additional nutrients as well.
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Have you started a low carb diet recently and got itchy? You might have keto rash due to a sudden diet change. But don't worry! It's easy to figure out how to identify and cure it.
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You already know exercise is good for your body, but did you know it may also give you better skin? That’s right: Provided that you stay hydrated and, if you exercise outdoors, always wear sunscreen, a regular workout can work wonders on your complexion. Here are three ways exercise makes skin more radiant and healthy-looking:
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How to make vegan hard cheese that's sliceable and can be grated. These recipes are made from nuts or seeds and are oil-free.
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