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Wendy Ruopp
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March 18, 2013 - 9:57am

I used to do my own taxes, but in the last few years, with the complications of kids in and out of college and so on, I (gratefully) handed everything over to a professional. I’ve just dropped off everything with her for last year’s taxes—and immediately resolved to get our spending under control. Starting with grocery shopping. My idea of shopping within a budget is typically to ask the budget to look the other way.

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What’s your best no-chop recipe?

Brierley Wright
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March 15, 2013 - 1:02pm

Here’s why you can feel good about organic: USDA–certified organic means your food is produced without synthetic pesticides, bioengineering or radiation; animals are raised without antibiotics or growth hormones. But the debate about whether organic foods are healthier for you continues. And two new studies add to the controversy. (Here are 14 foods you should buy organic.)

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Which foods do you buy organic?

Healthy Veggie Burger Recipes

Healthy Veggie Burger Recipes

Make a healthier burger at home with these veggie burger recipes.

Try making a lighter, healthier burger with these easy veggie burger recipes. From quinoa burger recipes to bean burger recipes to mushroom burger recipes, these veggie burgers are delicious alternatives to beef or turkey burgers. Try our Quinoa Veggie Burger for a hearty vegetarian burger recipe or our Blue Cheese Portobello Burgers for a flavorful mushroom burger recipe. Download a FREE Healthy Burger Recipe Cookbook!

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Wendy Ruopp
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Dinner
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Food Blog
March 13, 2013 - 10:57am

Slow cookers seem to have a season. They’re used all fall and winter like a favorite down jacket, then tucked away once the crocuses start pushing up through the ground. But the best part about the slow cooker is that it’s convenient. And, surely, convenience has no season. Why pack it away just because it’s T-shirt weather?

Don't Miss: Spring Slow Cooker Recipes for Your Crock Pot

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What are you making in your slow cooker this week?

Natural Egg Dye & Egg Coloring Recipes

Natural Egg Dye & Egg Coloring Recipes

Find out how to make natural dye for coloring Easter eggs.

Are you interested in coloring eggs naturally with food-based Easter egg dyes? We’ve developed food-based dye recipes for for 5 natural Easter egg colorings: Yellow, Khaki Green, Red, Violet, Blue and Orange. Grab your eggs to get started. Happy Easter!

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Brierley Wright
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Cooking tips
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Health Blog
March 11, 2013 - 1:59pm

If you have celiac-disease, gluten-sensitivity or for some other reason you’re not eating gluten—the protein found in wheat, rye and barley—you probably know to steer clear of big, obvious offenders like bread, pasta and baked goods.

Related: 4 Easy Ways to Avoid Gluten

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Are you avoiding gluten?

Top Diet Recipes for Spring

Top Diet Recipes for Spring

Slim down with these top diet recipes for spring, which use the best produce of the season.

Take advantage of all of the spring’s fresh produce with our top diet recipes for spring. These low-calorie recipes for every meal feature asparagus, rhubarb, strawberries, artichokes, green beans, turnips, potatoes and more spring fruits and vegetables. Try making one of these top diet recipes for spring for your next meal! Download a FREE Spring Recipe Cookbook!

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Breana Lai
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Cooking tips
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Healthy Cooking Blog
March 8, 2013 - 1:48pm

One of the first recipes I learned in culinary school was how to make homemade chicken stock. Both stock and broth start with the same base of vegetables (carrots, celery, onions), herbs (parsley, thyme, bay leaf) and water, yet broth has an enhanced flavor from using the chicken meat while stock generally only uses the chicken bones. Many recipes and store-bought products use the terms interchangeably. You can use chicken broth and chicken stock interchangeably in recipes.

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Do you make your own stock? Why?

Wendy Ruopp
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March 7, 2013 - 4:53pm

A few years ago we asked some of our favorite EatingWell contributors to share healthy breakfast recipes from their part of the world. Darina Allen—chef, cookbook author and director of the legendary Irish cooking school Ballymaloe in County Cork—sent us her recipe for Irish Soda Bread, with this letter:

Gretel H. Schueller
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March 1, 2013 - 10:10am

There’s nothing worse than meeting someone and realizing that your breath smells like your tuna lunch, stale coffee or worse. What you eat and poor oral hygiene are the two main causes of halitosis, or bad breath.

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Do you avoid eating garlic or onions before meeting someone?
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