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9 Fat-Burning Foods and Simple, Satisfying, and Economical Lunch Ideas

Whether or not you are trying to lose weight, reducing your fat intake and eating foods that help your liver (your body’s main fat-metabolizing organ) burn fat better is a healthy choice.

 

You can also make your choices greener by shopping from local farmers (particularly organic farmers).

There are other foods that fight fat, but here are nine ideas from Care2.

 

1. Leafy Greens 2.  Cayenne 3. Oatmeal 4. Cinnamon

5.  Beans and Legumes 6. and 7. Garlic…

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Added by Danielle on January 15, 2011 at 11:08am — 1 Comment

Make Your Own Croutons

Yesterday as I opened the freezer, bags of bread butts (that’s what we call the bread ends at our house) slid out. I’d been avoiding the quick-but-nevertheless-annoying re-organization of the freezer.



We’ve been eating lots of peanut butter and jellys here, whittling down the homemade jam supply from last summer. And, as I’ve never had an appreciation for the ends…

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Added by Jeanine Ertl on June 18, 2010 at 6:09pm — 1 Comment

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