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Tostitos Mutigrain Scoops
Tostitos Multigrain Scoops are whole grain, zero trans fat chips with 15g per serving. If you're going to eat a corn chip, this is one to take a look at.
Edamame Guacamole Dip Recipe
Edamame is really good for you - and it's easy to make into a dip just like guacamole! It takes under five minutes and is delightfully low carb and healthy.
Black & Decker Handy Chopper Plus
The Black & Decker Handy Chopper Plus is a small countertop chopper that holds about a large coffee mug's worth of material and lets you blend it at one speed.
Veggie Krinkle Stick
Veggie Krinkle Sticks boasts that it is made from veggies - but what they mean is they're made from potato, corn, and rice. You have to get down past "salt" on the ingredients before you see spinach flour.
Chobani Greek Yogurt - Kumquat Topping
Chobani Greek Yogurt is full of calcium, protein, and active cultures. For those who aren't thrilled with the tangy flavor, adding a fresh cumquat topping to it gives you vitamin C and delicious flavors!
Edamame Tunafish Recipe
This easy recipe for edamame tunafish only requires a microwave to steam the edamame, and you're set! A quick, easy, nutritious meal.
Kumquat Marmalade Recipe
If you have a batch of kumquats in your fridge, it is incredibly easy to make a healthy kumquat marmalade. All you need is a microwave!
Kumquat Ice Cream Topping Recipe
Do you enjoy the orange - vanilla taste of a creamsicle? You can create the same result by creating a kumquat puree to top your low sugar ice cream, for a vitamin-C boost of dessert goodness!
How to Eat a Kumquat
Kumquats - also known as cumquats - are cute little cherry-tomato-sized citrus fruit. They taste sort of like a tangerine. Here's the secret to eating these delightful little items!
Arnold Whole Wheat Double Fiber Bread
Arnold Whole Wheat Double Fiber Bread provides 6g of fiber for every slice - that's 12g of fiber for a sandwich. Plug 4g protein per slice, and you're doing very well with your nutrition!
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