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This dish is close to my heart. It brings me good memories. I’m very close to my Mom Elizabeth and growing up, I didn’t eat anything my Mom didn’t eat.

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This dish is my twist to a traditional African Ghanian dish. Really is a fantastic healthy comfort food, for a winter night or for me anytime of the year. Have this for your dinner guest and they will love it!

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Yvonne Glasgow – Scientists have been experimenting for years, and now a Dutch researcher is getting paid a lot of money to bring some test tube meat to our tables. Meat that is real, but doesn’t come from the slaughtering of animals. Will this change some vegetarians back to meat eaters?

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Jaclyn Holtzman – Thanksgiving has come and gone, you fed yourself silly, and you are moving onward and upward to the heart of the holiday season. The winter holidays bring about a whole new genre of food replacing the sweet potatoes and pumpkin with cookies and candy canes.

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Jaclyn Holtzman- As a newfound, self-proclaimed, health-freak with limited funds, I have been experimenting with the less expensive health foods this world has to offer. When in doubt, stick to whole, natural foods: items that come from the Earth and are not manhandled. I have recently discovered a few super foods that are spectacular because of their health benefits, their price and their versatility. Included in this elite category are spaghetti squash, quinoa, kale, and sweet potatoes

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Yvonne M. Glasgow – Many people have lost their jobs, had to take jobs with less pay, or went through a process of reinventing themselves. With this, new anxieties have arisen concerning how to feed our families and ourselves. And it isn’t just about food, it’s also about healthy eating. Healthy eating involves fresh produce, lean meats, raw foods, vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat and no fat foods, like dairy.

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“Legumes, dried fruits and brown rice all have a high content of fiber, known to dilute potential carcinogens,” Tantamango noted. “Additionally, cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli, contain detoxifying compounds, which would improve their protective function.”

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