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Tofu Pesto Pasta

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Tofu is a terrific source of plant-based protein. Unlike other sources of protein however, tofu can be used in a variety of ways that hide or mask it. This “sneaky” element allows for tofu to be transformed in many ways, such as in sauces and puddings.

While the process of draining and cooking tofu isn’t difficult, many newcomers to tofu can be intimidated by it. That is why using tofu in a sauce like the Tofu Pesto recipe below is the perfect solution!

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Wheatgrass Lemonade Recipe

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Did you know that an ounce of fresh wheatgrass juice offers 240% of the RDA of vitamin A, 93% of the RDA of vitamin C, 356% of the RDA of iron, along with chalk full of calcium, dietary fiber and protein?

Wheatgrass offers amazing health and beauty benefits naturally, but honestly I don’t find its intense taste very palatable. So I am always looking out for recipes that can mask its raw grass like taste, while still enjoying its awesome benefits. I found a recipe online that I experimented with a little bit. It turned out to be very refreshing, tasty and easy to make.

Let’s take a look at the top benefits of Wheatgrass first and then I’d like to share the nutritious and yummy recipe with you.
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Fat-Burning Breakfast Recipe: Tropical Smoothie

Are you looking for a belly-flattening breakfast that tastes good? Fresh smoothies are an ideal fat burning food, because they are low in fat, high in nutrients and loaded with fiber. It’s quite cold outside, so I suggest making a fat burning breakfast that can get us thinking warm thoughts. Wrapped up in tasty and tropical package, this fat burning smoothie recipe provides a powerful dose of nutrients to prepare you for a great day at work!

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Quinoa Salad Recipe

For thousands of years, quinoa has been around and is a grain rich of high-protein. Having its origin in South America, it has been nicknamed ‘the wonder grian’. Some also called it the miracle food. Virtually foolproof, quinoa is more nutritious, lighter than other grains and cooks faster than rice.

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