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Switchel: The Sports Drink You’ve Never Heard of

If you’ve ever searched for a healthier, natural version of your favorite sports drink, you’re in luck. No, not coconut water — switchel. Switchel is the healthy, tasty, power-boosting beverage you’ve…

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Tummy Pleasing Maple-Pumpkin Custard

We all love a little dessert sometimes. But for those who are sensitive to wheat, dairy, or sugar, dessert leaves much to be desired. For others, most desserts are unfortunately loaded with inflammato…

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Roasted Pumpkin

Ingredients 1  (3-pound) pie or cooking pumpkin 2 tablespoons maple syrup, honey or brown sugar 1 tablespoon olive oil Salt and pepper Garlic powder Instructions 1. Preheat oven to 375F. …

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Beware! The 6 Most Mislabeled Foods

It is unthinkable that we allow companies to get away with blatant dishonesty on food labels. All ingredients should be listed, no matter what.  Be wary when you buy these 6 foods, and seek out their …

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Maple Syrup: Not Just For Pancakes Anymore

I grew up with maple-flavored syrup. I think the brand we stocked in our pantry was Log Cabin, which had that New England old-timey-feel, but none of the sincerity of the real thing. At one time, I do…

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Homemade Maple Cream Soda

Soda, as well as it may quench and as good as it tastes, sucks--not to mince words or anything. Studies by the Department of Nutrition at the Harvard School of Public Health found that children and ad…

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Maple-Teriyaki Beets

I can eat a whole raw beet out of my hand like an apple, and although I may have pink hands for a week, it's always worth it. That said, I find that I equally enjoy beets cooked in any number of ways.…

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Maple Nut Granola

It's granola season--and with the thermometer making its slow trek downward, this maple nut version from Eating Well magazine is sounding right on target. Make a batch to have on hand for out-of-town …

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