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Healthy foods that taste great

Post by VAwkOb12 »

Do you believe in eating healthy and still manage to make super tasty meals?

If so what are some of your best dishes?
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Post by Alexia Karlisle_02 »

Definitely Sushi, Its quite easy to find and quite delicious indeed hehe :)
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Post by imSunshine »

Malunggay is very nutritious and delicious
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Post by dagobertocandelaria »

i think the best salad is a fresh chicken salad
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Post by pshaw1414 »

Hi! As a mom and a wife, I am always looking for healthy meals for my family. I am big into cooking, and I prefer to serve well rounded meals.

A big hit in our house is very simple. Boneless skinless chicken breasts, cooked with lemon pepper seasoning and olive oil on a skillet.
I also cook a vegetable in a separate skillet with olive oil (usually broccoli, cauliflower, or carrots with salt and pepper)
AND thin-sliced sweet potatoes, covered in olive oil, salt and pepper, garlic powder, and parmesan on a cookie sheet, in the oven at 425F until they are crispy. They turn out like chips and are very healthy/tasty :)
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Oats crepe. Grind a little oats, add water and salt to it and cook it over a pan.
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Post by Sammy00 »

Yeah,of course. It was salad. I try to eat properly. I lost a little weight during quarantine last spring. I think it's because I had more time and I was more attentive to my nutrition. But at the end of the summer I returned to my usual way of life, so I gained 4 kg. But now I plan to monitor my diet again. I liked my body last summer, I want it back. But it’s difficult when your family continuing eating cakes, burgers, pasta and you just look at that and think “I want it too”.
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Post by review-specialist »

I haven't met many persons who love pear/avocado but it's absolutely tasty. I love having it as is: picked, sliced, peel and eat. Yummy😍😍😍😍😍😍
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i love making avocado toast with scrambeled eggs and an orange juice
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Post by AfraBrb »

i sometimes make veggie salade, you boil or steam any veggie you like that are pre cut into small pieces then add olives tomatos tune or chicken some salt and olive oil and there you go nutritious and healthy
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Post by asteel18 »

Broccoli. Add some sesame oil, olive oil, garlic, salt, and ginger. Heat on the stove or in the microwave for just a few minutes. You want it tender, but don't kill it.
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