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Rhubarb Healthy Food Guide

Tart and tangy rhubarb has flourished in America for two centuries, although it is native to Asia where as early as 2700 B.C. it was used medicinally. Rhubarb thrives in cool weather and it’s one of the first plants to mature each year. Prime time for rhubarb is April...

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Asparagus Healthy Food Guide

One of the most anticipated tastes of spring is the first bite of tender, grassy asparagus.Even before we realized that asparagus was a culinary treat, people in ancient times used it medicinally. The Greeks used it to treat bee stings and toothaches; Chinese herbalists...

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Snap Peas Healthy Food Guide

You’ve probably never heard of Calvin Lamborn. But he’s the guy who made sugar snap peas so sweet and succulent that you want to eat them raw. Though edible-podded peas have been enjoyed for hundreds of years, Lamborn accidentally developed snap peas in the late 1960s while...

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Rice Healthy Food Guide

All rice grains have four basic components: the protective outer hull (which must be removed), the bran and the germ (both of which are removed to create white rice), and the creamy endosperm. With the bran and germ intact, high-fiber brown rice has good amounts of vitamins...

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Soy Healthy Food Guide

Soyfoods aren’t just for vegetarians anymore. With so many soy options and so many health reasons to include soyfoods in your diet, there’s every reason to enjoy them.According to a 2005 study by the U.S. Soybean Board, 30 percent of Americans consume soyfoods or beverages...

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Salad Greens Healthy Food Guide

In spring and summer, salads using fresh, seasonal greens are an ideal way to get dinner on the table fast without spending much time in front of the stove.Use crisp romaine to make a refreshing, crunchy, classic Caesar salad. Toss tender spinach leaves with lean protein...

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Strawberry Healthy Food Guide

Nothing beats the flavor of a juicy, sun-ripened strawberry. If you're passionate about strawberries, you’re not alone. Strawberries have been highly prized throughout history—the heart-shaped berry was regarded as one of the best aphrodisiacs in provincial France....

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