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Surviving Without Sugar: Part 3 New recipes

Surviving Without Sugar: Part 3

Well, I can’t believe I’ve gone seven weeks with little to no sugar. If you’d asked me at the beginning of January whether I’d expect to make it this far, I’d probably have said no. Why haven’t I caved?I don’t have a completely scientific explanation, but like I said in my last post, I’ve been craving sugar less and less.

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Make This Kale Salad With Spiced Chickpeas and Berries Your Bring-to-Work Lunch The best recipes

Make This Kale Salad With Spiced Chickpeas and Berries Your Bring-to-Work Lunch

To make this salad ahead of time, pour the dressing into the bottom of a portable container, and arrange the kale and all the toppings (except for the chickpeas) on top without mixing. When you’re ready to eat, combine all the salad components with the dressing. Bring chickpeas in a separate container so they’ll stay crunchy, and toss them on at the last minute.

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Celebrate Spring With a Radicchio and Chickpea Salad The best recipes

Celebrate Spring With a Radicchio and Chickpea Salad

The bright, fresh flavors of mint and lemon-tahini dressing provide just the right counterbalance for the bitter bite of radicchio in this salad. For the tastiest radicchio, go for a crisp, fresh head with tight leaves and little to no bruising. For a kid-friendly version, swap chopped romaine or spinach for the radicchio.

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Semolina–Lemon Syrup Cakes New recipes

Semolina–Lemon Syrup Cakes

Semolina–Lemon Syrup Cakes Recipe Beating the butter and sugar properly (read thoroughly) gives these mini cakes lift, but they will still be moist and marzipan-y in the center.IngredientsCakes1½ cups almond flour or almond meal¾ cup (1½ sticks) unsalted butter, room temperature1 cup plus 2 tablespoons sugar1 teaspoon finely grated lemon zest3 large eggs, beaten to blend2 tablespoons fresh lemon juiceSyrup1 teaspoon finely grated lemon zest6 tablespoons fresh lemon juiceRecipe PreparationCakesPreheat oven to 350°.

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The Healthiest and Unhealthiest Snack Bars New recipes

The Healthiest and Unhealthiest Snack Bars

Find out which snacks are not as wholesome as they seemistockphoto.comHere& 39;s which bars you should lean towards at the grocery store.Ah, snack bars. You can throw them in your purse, pack them in your kid’s backpack, and keep a box of them in your car for dire snacking situations. There are bars that boast slimming superpowers, protein powerhouses, and filling fiber.

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