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I can see them snatching up whatever the farmers had around: a chicken or two, eggs, cheese, mushrooms, wild onions, regional wines, perhaps some early tomatoes. Older cookbooks also mention truffles (which makes sense since the Piedmont is renowned for them). http://bit.ly/2t9UXSk
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Unfortunately, we seem to give our feet the least amount of care than any other part of the body. Why is that? Perhaps it’s because most of us simply don’t consider our feet important, unlike major organs like our heart and lungs.
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Nutrient dense food is more effective at giving you glow-from-within skin than any products you may slather on it. Holistic nutrition enhances your inner and outer beauty, and many beauty experts swear by its effectiveness for maintaining happy, healthy skin.
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Have you recently heard or read about people losing a ton of weight on a ketogenic diet? If you’re wondering if this is really possible—and if a keto diet may be right for you—today’s article can help.
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Jicama is one of those oddball produce items that tends to be ignored by most people, probably because they don’t know what on Earth to do with it. It doesn’t help that it’s weird looking, ugly even, like a potato mated with a turnip. Yet beneath its drab, papery skin lies a delicious flesh with a slightly sweet, starchy flavor—somewhere between an apple and a raw potato—and a texture like an incredibly crunchy Asian pear.
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Seaweeds, or “sea vegetables” as they are also referred to, are a storehouse of nutrients, delivering impressive amounts of potassium and vitamin K, among many other things, but perhaps the biggest reason to add seaweed to your diet is its abundance of trace minerals.
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I don’t frequently eat cake, or sweets in general for that matter, so when I do indulge, I want it to be outstanding. I want it to be worth it. Unfortunately, too often I’m met with a disappointingly dry, crumbly cake, with cloyingly sweet icing and mediocre flavor. Certainly not outstanding, and definitely not worth it. http://bit.ly/2L6y0aa
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My hubby and our boys are of the icy school of thought. I’m not talking about just a couple of cubes either. They pretty much fill their glass with ice and then let the water fill in the nooks and crannies around it. My Californian sister is much the same, which I found out one hot afternoon when she was visiting.
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