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WHAT TO EAT TO KEEP ENERGY LEVELS UP
Read about 12 meals that may assist increase your vitality ranges. This story, taken from Shape, printed by SPH Magazines, tells you extra about why meals like hummus and elements equivalent to eggs, hen breast and salmon are good for you.
Dark chocolate is alleged to be nutritious too – it’s excessive in antioxidants and minerals.
12 meals for extra vitality: http://str.sg/oX52
WHAT TO DO WITH LEFTOVER ONIONS AND SCALLIONS
Are the scallions going limp? Need to make use of these additional pecans? Did you purchase too many onions or over-estimate the variety of kabocha squashes you wanted to your banquet?
Fret not. The New York Times has three good recipes for leftover elements.
Make a creamy linguine with onions and Parmesan, a straightforward simmered kabocha squash with scallions and a pecan crunch cream cheese pound cake for a weekend afternoon tea.
Recipes for pasta, squash and a pound cake: http://str.sg/oX5h
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