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3-Ingredient Smoothies

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Imagine if choosing what to include in your health-conscious diet was as simple as pairing colors? Well guess what, with these quick but delicious recipes, you can do just that. Line up your veggies and fruits that match for an antioxidant and vitamin blast that will invigorate your body. Toss them into a blender, switch it on, and watch the …

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The Cost of Coffee in the US and Worldwide

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It’s basic economics—the more people consume a product, the higher its value will escalate. This describes our society’s ever-expanding coffee addiction and many bean roasters’ propensity to charge over $1 for just a small “cup o’ joe.” Satisfying your caffeine jitters has become something of a luxury, whether you frequent those big-budget chains or a trendy local hang-out. So, to …

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Easter Eggs: How to Make Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs

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Easter eggs, whether edible or purely decorative, give everyone a chance to show of their creativity. Here are a few tips for making your decorating extravaganza go smoothly and your eggs more beautiful than ever. Make the perfect hardboiled eggs. Happy Easter! Created by Lemonly  

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4 Best Cuts of Steak

4 Best Cuts of Steak

A quick overview of (IMHO) the 4 Best Cuts of Steak, where they are from, how to cook them and what sauce goes best with them. via thekitchenguy.net

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Restaurant Tipping: America’s Best (and Worst) Tippers

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2015 has come and gone, and with the no-tip movement generating what seems like a headline every day, it sounds as though the custom of tipping in restaurants may be on its way out as well. In reality, the no-tip movement is practiced only in a handful of restaurants and tipping contributes billions of dollars to the economy each year. …

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The right temperature to serve wine

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Serving wine at the right temperature is a necessary condition for evaluating properly organoleptic features of each denomination. Wine served at a temperature “beyond correct”, that is too warm or too cold, is like a beautiful dress wrong in size: you like it because of its flattering style, but the final result differs from your expectations. To avoid this unfortunate …

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Vitamix vs Ninja Blender ShowDown

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Are Blenders really the same? They perform the same functions such make blended drinks, crush ice, blend vegetables and blend fruits. However, the results will differ quite a lot. Below is quick comparison between the best blenders in the market Ninja & Vitamix. With the Vitamix, you will always get the better results. via ninjavsvitamix.com

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Starting a Low Carb Diet

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This infographic provides an easy to follow guide for starting a low carbohydrate diet, including what you can eat on a low carb diet, what your meals during the course of a typical day will look like, a quick guide on how to count carbs, and a step by step plan for getting started with a low carb lifestyle. via …

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Nature’s Candy | The Bountiful Benefits of Fruit

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Health and wellbeing continue to be a primary focus of modern society, and this trend has carried over to the workplace. Most major organizations today have a mixture of health and wellbeing programs in the workplace, and offering fresh fruit is one of the easiest and cost-effective ways to promote healthy snack habits in the office. Check out this infographic …

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Healthy Alternatives When You Crave Peanut Butter

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This infographic illustrates the key strengths of each nut butter and presents some interesting facts. Some of the key strengths highlight which nut butter is lowest in calories or which nut butter is highest in protein. All of this information is helpful in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. via freshbeak.com  

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The Ultimate Guide to Slow Cookers

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The ultimate guide to slow cookers teaches people how to be masterchef’s using one tool in their kitchen. Cooking is supposed to be fun and this helps you save money, have fun and eat delicious meals. via civilizedcavemancooking.com

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Keeping Food Safe from Farm to Fork

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Often when we think of food safety, our first concern is storing food at the proper temperature. Keeping food safe depends on a wide variety of factors, one of the most important being humidity. Lack of humidity control can cause discomfort and decreased value among livestock, a significant contamination risk in food processing facilities, and loss of shelf life in …

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Restaurants Should Be Using Technology As A Recipe For Growth

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The restaurant business has a lot of competition. Restaurants must have a stream of new and old customers purchasing from them. How do new customers find them though? Based on this infographic (via NetWaiter – Online Food Ordering For Restaurants) many restaurants are creating their own online ordering systems. To make the process easy, online food ordering gives customers the …

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Infographic: Breakfast Trends Around the World

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This infographic put together by the folks at ChefWorks will take you on a trip around the world, giving you a “taste” of what people cook and eat for breakfast in different countries. There are many health benefits associated with eating breakfast, so grab your forks, grab your spoons, and dig in!

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