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Onions Healthy Food Guide

Onions are an assumed part of most meals, whether they form a base for a stew or garnish for a salad. Most of the time they are not the focus of a dish, they’re included to enhance the other flavors in the dish. But after enjoying a steaming bowl of French onion soup, it’s...

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Pears Healthy Food Guide

There is something so sensuous about biting into a pear in its prime: first, the sweet juiciness; then the mild, but distinctive, sensation of texture. Enjoying the perfect pear requires patience; pears are one of the few fruits that don’t benefit from ripening on the tree...

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Cranberries Healthy Food Guide

Cranberries go hand in hand with the holiday season. Cranberry sauce is a must-have for most of us on Thanksgiving, and they do look lovely strung around the tree at Christmastime. But their value goes well beyond sauce or a simple decoration.Native to North American peat...

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Green Beans Healthy Food Guide

While one of the most iconic uses for the ever-popular green bean is in a creamy casserole at the holidays, fresh, local beans purchased in season at your local market can’t be beat. Also called snap beans or string beans, green beans actually come in a range of colors,...

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Winter Greens Healthy Food Guide

Dark leafy greens, such as kale, chard and collards, thrive in the chill of winter when the rest of the produce section looks bleak. If you’ve avoided these nutritious greens because of their bitter reputations, pair them with judicious amounts of intensely flavorful...

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Sweet Potatoes Healthy Food Guide

A veritable powerhouse of nutritional goodness, the sweet potato is only distantly related to the potato. And don’t call it a yam—it’s not even the same species! The sweet potato is a flowering perennial vine in the same family as morning glories, with delicious, starchy,...

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Pistachios Healthy Food Guide

Contrary to what most of us assume, pistachios are not technically nuts but seeds—they grow in bunches on trees. Pistachio trees, native to the Middle East, were introduced to the Mediterranean before being planted in the United States in the mid-1800s. Iran is the world’s...

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