Why does healthy eating have to taste like cardboard?

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    #16
    i would also buy meat and produce from local farms rather than grocery stores meaning the food is fresher and not been treated. my family raises our own beef and we try to garden certain veggies

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      #17
      You get used to it after some time. And then the processed foods start to taste too overwhelming to you. Nature knows how to create health. Men know how to create disease.

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        #18
        Have you tried adding some herbs / chilli / spices? Things like cumin, turmeric, ras-el-hanout, rosemary, oregano, .... but hang on, you know that anyway, right?

        As CaptainCanuck said, the recipes on here are just basics for you to then add things to. Try some different combinations, you'll be surprised.

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          #19
          I actually have to tweak certain recipes so i can share with my sister in law she is allergic to coconut

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            #20
            [QUOTE=Mostlypeacefulpatriot;n776889 I don't know how motivated I'll be... Any help?[/QUOTE]

            https://www.youtube.com/c/Simnettnutrition/videos

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              #21
              I was watching a TedX recently about how food researchers use MRIs to identify how food reacts with the pleasure centres in our brains so that they can better tweak the foods to make us hooked.

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                #22
                A cooking method for tempeh I like . . .

                https://gamechangersmovie.com/recipes/tempeh-bacon/

                I usually buy a ready marinated tempeh, great on salads. This week I bought sesame garlic. by Tofurkey

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