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29 Brussels Sprout Recipes With an Unexpected Twist

You Might Like {{displayTitle}} Brussels sprouts are one of the many vegetables people flock to in colder months. And it's clear why: The in-season veggie is healthy, filling, and versatile. That said, the go-to recipes-like maple and mustard, balsamic roasted, and pan-fried with honey and vinegar-can get old.
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Put a Label On It: Do You Know Where Your Food Comes From?

Greatist Op-Eds analyze what's making headlines in fitness, health, and happiness. The thoughts expressed here are the author's and don't necessarily reflect Greatist's outlook. Share on Pinterest Once upon a time, you could eat ice cream. You could eat it without knowing how many calories were in it, the name of the cow that produced the dairy, whether the cone would trigger a gluten sensitivity, or whether it contained DNA from some unpronounceable bacteria.
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Herb-Stuffed Turkey Breast

Thanksgiving isn't complete without turkey. But wrestling that bird can be rough! By taking on just a part of the bird, it's easier to wrangle, and also cuts down on cooking time. Plus, the swirl of herb-and-garlic filling makes for a super impressive plating presentation! We promise, no one will miss the giant bird on the table if replaced by these inventive turkey breasts.
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Feng Shui: The Ultimate Guide to Designing Your Desk for Success

You might like 27 Ways to Get More Sh!t Done Feng shui (pronounced “fung shway”) is the ancient Chinese practice of arranging physical objects to attract positive energy. It's based on the idea that everything in a person's surrounding environment affects his or her inner life. Feng shui practitioners believe that the placement of objects in a room, building, or other space will affect the flow of chi (life force or essential energy) within the space.
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Why We Love Salt (And How to Break the Sodium Addiction)

Some opt for cupcakes, while the rest reach for the Pringles. The desire to pass the salt may be thanks to mom and dad, since sodium preference is influenced by genetic makeup (in rats, at least)Forty mouse strain survey of water and sodium intake. Tordoff, M.G., Bachmanov, A.A., Reed, D.R. Monell Chemical Senses Center, Philadelphia, PA.
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This Is Why You Shouldn't Diet Like Beyoncé

Celebrity diets range from slightly obscure (Angelina Jolie's obsession with ancient grains) to completely insane (Beyoncé's love of the Master Cleanse, which just means drinking glorified lemon water). This amusing video from Elite Daily explains why we shouldn't follow these diets like gospel. For starters, we don't have the same resources to spend on nutritionists, trainers, or personal chefs.
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