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Donuts in vinegar

Today I come back with a recipe from the cycle & 34; canned food for winter & 34 ;, donuts in vinegar.5 kg donuts1 kg sugar1 l vinegar4 tablespoons saltrefreef pepper mustardPortions: 1Preparation time: over 120 minutes RECIPE PREPARATION and cut it into quarters. Mix the sugar with the salt and vinegar and pour over the donut.
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Survey Suggests Berkeley Soda Tax Was Effective

Study found consumption of sugary drinks in some neighborhoods is down by 21 percentBerkeley was the first city in the United States to successfully pass a soda tax.A new study by the University of California, Berkeley, has shown a 21 percent drop in the consumption of soda and other sugary beverages among residents in low-income neighborhoods, NPR reported.
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Cauliflower bread

It is super extra tasty, worth a try! 1 cauliflower (mine weighed 1 kg), 3 eggs, 200 g flour, 1 sachet of bread mix, salt, oil for fryingPortions: 6Preparation time: less than 30 minutes PREPARATION RECIPE Cauliflower bread: I unwrapped the cauliflower in bunches and washed it. I put it in a pot with boiling water and salt to boil for 5 minutes, then I took it out in a strainer.
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Celery puree with mushroom sauce and beetroot

A fasting lunch !! Delicious and healthy !! 5 mushrooms3 green onion threads parsley parsley margarita halves of celery1 red pepper red beet with horseradish in vinegarPortions: 2Preparation time: less than 30 minutes RECIPE PREPARATION Celery puree with mushroom sauce and red beets: Peel and clean celery boil with water.
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Trader Joe's Fans Are Going Wild for These New Vegan Chicken Tenders

The latest vegan item from Trader Joe& 39;s is causing quite the frenzy.Any die-hard Trader Joe& 39;s fan will tell you that TJ’s frozen meals and snacks are the best, but that doesn& 39;t always mean they& 39;re healthy (eye-popping sodium counts are often an issue for frozen meals.) The latest item to hit the ready-to-eat aisle, however, is relatively low in sodium and calories.
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