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    Pairs nicely with a baked sweet potato, roasted asparagus & a green salad

    Recipe #349533

    This is simple and delicious. My friend Barb gets all the credit!

    Recipe #349479

    This salad has quite a few ingredients, but it is definitely worth it!

    Recipe #349456

    Very fresh and lovely!

    Recipe #349443

    Calling all Brussel sprout lovers....try this tasty recipe from the American Institute for Cancer Research!

    Recipe #349422

    This healthy recipe is from the American Institute for Cancer Research.

    Recipe #349382

    Artichokes are full of soluble fiber -- and therefore a tasty way to help with lowering cholesterol! Enjoy this as a dip with fresh veggies and whole wheat crackers or as a healthy sandwhich spread.

    Recipe #349375

    This is a simple but hearty recipe -- full of flavor, lean protein and fiber!

    Recipe #349159

    Make this low-calorie dense stew a lunch staple and you will be amazed at how full and satisfied you are. Make a pot and eat off it all week. If you are packing a lunch to go, for even longer sustained energy, fill a container with about 1-1/2 cups of the stew and add 2 Tablespoons of bulgur and 2 Tablespoons of water. Several hours later when you have lunch the bulgur will have adequately rehydrated. Enjoy not being hungry!!

    Recipe #348391

    from “Vegetarian Times Cooks Mediterranean”

    Recipe #347731

    I received this recipe from a friend, who received it from another friend and so on. It has come to be my family's favorite salmon recipe

    Recipe #334004

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