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Dried beans and legumes are healthy and cheap.
May 17, 2012 Legumes, lentils and beans are good for you, and end up costing less than unhealthy food when you calculate the price per average amount consumed. A new USDA study shows eating healthy is not more expensive, people just need to make the right calorie choices.
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March 15, 2012 Why would anyone get excited about eating fake meat? If plant-based "meatless chicken" tastes fine, is good for our health and the environment's health, and rescues chickens from slaughterhouse horrors, what's not to like?
July 12, 2010 For this Sandwich Monday, we go vegetarian, but still disgusting. The Wait, Wait crew treks to the Twisted Spoke to try their deep-fried portobello sandwich.
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