Archive for May 4th, 2012

Vegetarian Tomato Basil Pasta with Asiago Cheese

Vegetarian Tomato Basil Pasta with Asiago Cheese Vegetarian Tomato Basil Pasta with Asiago Cheese

This is a quick pasta dish for vegetarians who don’t eat meat substitutes and don’t have a lot of time or vegetables on hand. This healthy pasta recipe made with cherry tomatoes, basil leaves, cheese and little else. Use the freshest and best quality ingredients for the best flavor and nutritional value. You can omit the cheese and add in a bit of nutritional yeast instead for a low-fat vegan version.

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Hate Meat? It May Be in Your Genes

Study Shows Some People Carry Genes That Make the Smell of Meat More Intense and Unpleasant

May 2, 2012 — Whether we like or loathe the smell of a frying pork chop may depend on our genes, a new study shows.

The study, published in the journal PLoS ONE, is one of the first to show how genes may shape our food choices.

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Jamie Eason’s Chocolate Protein Bars – Bodybuilding.com


Eating clean doesn’t have to be unappetizing. Bodybuilding.com Spokesmodel, Jamie Eason, is in the Bodybuilding.com kitchen to share some of her favorite clean recipes to help get you lean. For original article and printable version, go to bit.ly

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A Healthy Cinco de Mayo Recipe: Greens, Beans, and Grains with a Spanish Twist

cincodemayo 0 A Healthy Cinco de Mayo Recipe: Greens, Beans, and Grains with a Spanish TwistOn the fifth of May in 1862, underdog Mexico beat the odds and defeated a powerful French army in the Battle of Puebla. Cinco de Mayo has since become a celebration of Mexican culture and ancestry, and of course, Mexican cuisine!

We love a good fiesta here in America, and Cinco de Mayo lends reason to celebrate with a few cervezas. But you may be surprised to find that there’s much more to authentic Mexican food than a packet of taco seasoning and a side of guac. Did you know that nachos are rarely eaten in Mexico? Or cheese for that matter?

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